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Haze fluid specifications for HVAC design in NEW auditorium

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Paulson Jun 3, 2012. 3 Replies

We're in process of designing a new auditorium. Need to supply and educate myself on what makes up haze fluid from a reputable source. The mechanical engineer will need this info to help design the…Continue

LED RGBAW wash/cyc light recommendations

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason R May 14, 2012. 1 Reply

What fixtures would you recommend for a stage back down wash with trim height of 29'?And as an up/wall light for scenic design up to 27'?I've been looking at the Chauvet Batten 144, Martin Stagebar…Continue

Martin TW1's and LEDs for TV/Video

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nook Schoenfeld May 26, 2012. 3 Replies

We are in the design stages of a new auditorium. Thinking ahead we are wondering what it would look like to have the Martin MacTW1's for our main front/key light for tv/video and even as a backlight.…Continue

ArtNet information...?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Cole Jan 19, 2013. 9 Replies

Looking for a good source online to resource for ArtNet information. Mainly interested in how and if using a corporate network will work.Continue

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Joe Cole replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion ArtNet information...?
"If you're in a corporate environment or building you can usually isolate a few lines in specific places and isolate the ArtNET system via the hard patch (often located in a network room somewhere).   It's probably the easiest and…"
Jan 19, 2013
Valeria Silva replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion ArtNet information...?
"As Justin said ... here you can get info http://artisticlicence.com/, but to make it easier I attached the files"
Dec 18, 2012
Ben Diaz replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion ArtNet information...?
"The book looks great; thanks for the info."
Dec 18, 2012
Martijn Wezenberg replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion ArtNet information...?
"yes it did, what a search engine can do! :) Thanks for this tip Justin. My personal choice as well! "
Nov 20, 2012
Justin Lang replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion ArtNet information...?
"It took some time compared to when this was originally posted... John Huntington released his latest book a couple months ago. PERFECT for this subject. http://plsnbookshelf.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=307"
Nov 20, 2012
Martijn Wezenberg replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion ArtNet information...?
"Same for me, I read all the information on their website and yes its better to just do it small scale. But I would like some more information as well. I saw on the PLSN website some books that might be intresting…"
Nov 19, 2012
Jim Paulson replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion Haze fluid specifications for HVAC design in NEW auditorium
"Go to any manufacturer of any hazer, fogger, etc and download the MSDS sheets for the fluids they are using for the apparatus.  The MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) will tell you the specific components of the fluids.  There are a number…"
Jun 3, 2012
James Queen replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion Haze fluid specifications for HVAC design in NEW auditorium
"I have had some luck with LeMaitre now Ultimate Radiance Hazers."
May 30, 2012
Andrew Ayers replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion Haze fluid specifications for HVAC design in NEW auditorium
"Your best bet is to contact the manufacture. I use a DF-50. That was the only unit that did not agitate our fire protection system. "
May 29, 2012
Nook Schoenfeld replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion Martin TW1's and LEDs for TV/Video
"TW1's make an excellent choice for front light in a video, especially if you are shooting 3200k. If you have all arc lights behind it though, you may do well to color correct them.  Some LED strips can give a good cto color, but overall I…"
May 26, 2012
Clark Wilbanks posted a discussion

Haze fluid specifications for HVAC design in NEW auditorium

We're in process of designing a new auditorium. Need to supply and educate myself on what makes up haze fluid from a reputable source. The mechanical engineer will need this info to help design the HVAC system to allow us to haze safely w/out triggering fire alarms and yet keep it dispersed evenly throughout the room.See More
May 24, 2012
Gary Mass replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion Martin TW1's and LEDs for TV/Video
"Hey Clark,   Give me a call or email me when you get a chance.   Gary Mass Martin Professional gary.mass@martinpro.com 954-614-4453 cell  "
May 15, 2012
Donald Scobie replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion Martin TW1's and LEDs for TV/Video
"I have used the TW1 frequently on shows with video. I cant say enough good things about them. Demo them and see how they work out, I think you will be pleased. "
May 14, 2012
Jason R replied to Clark Wilbanks's discussion LED RGBAW wash/cyc light recommendations
"You are going to LOVE the ColorForce series! Jay"
May 14, 2012
Clark Wilbanks posted a discussion

LED RGBAW wash/cyc light recommendations

What fixtures would you recommend for a stage back down wash with trim height of 29'?And as an up/wall light for scenic design up to 27'?I've been looking at the Chauvet Batten 144, Martin Stagebar 2, and the Colorforce 48/72. They have to be video safe too.See More
May 13, 2012
Clark Wilbanks posted a discussion

Martin TW1's and LEDs for TV/Video

We are in the design stages of a new auditorium. Thinking ahead we are wondering what it would look like to have the Martin MacTW1's for our main front/key light for tv/video and even as a backlight. Does anyone out there have experience with these in a venue that was lit for video? How did they perform? Is this the right direction?Also looking at the potential for using LED's for floor uplights (downstage) for eliminating shadows and also as a back light for video. Would a RGBAW strip light be…See More
May 7, 2012

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rigger, technician, lighting designer, scenic designer
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