The server provides control of high definition still images and videos, using only twelve channels of DMX512. It is extremely fast, with images and videos able to be selected and played back in less than a quarter of a second.
Joining ImageCue will be the recently launched Mantra Lite from LSC Lighting. The Mantra makes control of LED fixtures easy and intuitive, whilst still allowing control of moving lights and conventionals. Mantra combines the ease of use of a fader-based console, with the power of a
touch screen graphical user interface.
The software also acts as a guide for those using it, ensuring a very easy learning curve for even the most novice user. Also on show will be LSC’s Gen VI, which is an advanced dimming system. The GenVI represents the sixth generation of dimmers designed by LSC and allows
users to configure any of its outputs in any combination.
WL will also be displaying the latest products from the CORE Lighting range; a company for which WL is the exclusive supplier. This includes the CORE Lighting StripPoint, which was recently purchased by the Science Museum to illuminate the building’s exterior. This lightweight lithium battery-powered 1 metre LED batten uses Wireless DMX control and has a 4000 lumen output, weighing only 5.5kgs. WL will also be showcasing the CORE PinPoint Battery Wireless Pinspot: a tiny lightweight lithium battery-powered LED pinspot lamp with Wireless DMX and Bluetooth control, ideal for exhibits, sculptures and task lighting.