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Brilliant Stages Build a Man!


Take That’s Progress Live 2011 Tour reunited the five original band members for the first time in over 15 years, as they played to packed stadiums in the band’s biggest tour to date. Central to much of the show’s action was the giant figure of ‘OM’, a 20m high animated man, brought to ‘life’ as a primitive god-like figure during the on-stage action. In reality, ‘OM’ was designed and engineered by Brilliant Stages with the expert help of Mechanical Engineer Guru, Andy Edwards. ‘OM’ was clad in translucent fibreglass panels, into which Brilliant Stages embedded bracketry for LED lighting, which formed points of light over the whole body. Working in conjunction with Neg Earth, Brilliant Stages also supplied LED clusters in the palm of each hand and two points for eyes and heart.


Robe is Centre Stage at EXIT Festival


EXIT festival is staged at the Petrovardin Fortress on the banks of the river Danube in Serbia, and this year saw over 100 Robe moving lights used extensively to light two of the largest stages. Lighting, audio and a scenic LED screen for EXIT 2011 were supplied by locally based Studio Berar. They have supplied production equipment to the festival since it started in 2000, and have been using Robe products enthusiastically for years. This was the first time on EXIT that they had used their new Robe ROBIN 300 Beams, 12 of which were deployed in the Dance Arena, along with 20 ColorSpot 700E ATs.


GLP impressions turn Orange into Green at Roskilde Festival


Following the energy-efficient formula first implemented at Roskilde in 2009, the low consumption of GLP’s impression


LED range was again in perfect harmony with the ‘Green Footsteps’ programme of Denmark’s largest music festival — on a vastly increased scale. Production substantially ramped up the number of GLP LED fixtures, so that this year the main Orange stage boasted no fewer than 174 impression 90 units and 48 impression XL, presenting the house and incoming LD’s with a vast colour palette from which to set up their cues.


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Ex-Or extends energy saving BattenFit sensors with IP65 version


Following the success of the popular BattenFit sensors, Ex-Or’s range of batten-mounted sensors has been extended to include Ingress Protection (IP) versions. The BattenFit offers advanced occupancy detection technology in a package that is quick and easy to fit to a batten-style luminaire. Now they are available as IP65 rated versions. Ingress Protection is an international rating that describes the degree of protection provided by an enclosure of electrical equipment. The IP65 rating ensures that it is protected against the ingress of dust and jets of water from any direction. This makes the product ideal for use in outdoor locations as well as wet and wash- down environments.


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