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Robe Helps Save Power in Style for Tokyo Girls


Japan's latest Autumn/Winter Tokyo Girls Collection (TGC) fashion show was lit in great style at the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo by lighting designer Masaaki Aiba and lighting co-ordinator Yoichi Ashikawa, using 90 Robe moving lights supplied by Tokyo based rental company M Tech Style.


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The Robe moving lights - a mix of Robe ColorSpot 700E ATs, ROBIN 600E Spots and REDWash 3●192s, were hung on trusses flown above the runway and to the front and back of that area. The idea was to provide the usual standard light levels - the show was lit in daylight - for the throngs of photographers and film crews in addition to creating some live style drama, glamour and special effects. The lighting was programmed and operated by Masaaki Aiba using a Maxxys console, and the lower power requirement of these Robe fixtures also helped in drawing less electricity.


Pulse Stage Lighting invests in LED technology from GLP


Pulse Stage Lighting, a leading provider of high quality lighting, audio, video, and staging services, proudly announces that it is among the first in its service area to own the new “Impression Spot One” 400 Watt RGB LED Moving Spotlights from leading manufacturer German Light Products (GLP). Pulse Stage Lighting’s strategic purchase of this cutting-edge technology now marries the company’s exceptional service, expertise, and experience in the lighting and production arena with the industry’s most innovative equipment, enabling Pulse Stage’s creation of unparalleled event experiences for customers and event-goers alike. Pulse Stage Lighting debuted its new Impression Spot One fixtures at the Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center/Hayden Planetarium in New York City on September 26th, during an EMI/Capitol-sponsored event celebrating the launch of Pink Floyd’s newly-released catalogue. Says Pulse Stage Lighting President, Scott de Villers, of the lighting services they provided; “We were able to create rich hues that truly enhanced the ambiance of the event. Crew members who had never seen the fixture before were absolutely blown away by what it could do, particularly with such little power.”


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Cree LEDs illuminate China’s highway LED lighting project


Helping to further drive the LED lighting revolution, China recently completed its largest highway lighting upgrade with more than 10,000 street lights featuring more than a million Cree XLamp® XP-G and XP-E High Efficiency White (HEW) LEDs. The Shenzhen highway project includes nearly 75 miles of roadways, with LED fixtures installed along one tunnel and four highways. In compliance with China’s stringent roadway lighting


requirements for light efficacy, brightness, luminance, heat dissipation and service lifespan, Kingsun Optoelectronic Co. Ltd., a leading LED lighting company in China, selected Cree XLamp LEDs to illuminate Jihe highway number G15, Nanguang highway number G9411, Longda highway number S318, Yanba highway as well as the Dameisha Tunnel.


Appointments


Martin Professional’s EMEA sales organization is pleased to announce that Frank Schiff has joined the company’s sales team as Project Sales Manager for EMEA Region North.


Ligman, a leading outdoor lighting manufacturer represented in 60 countries, has appointed Andrew Chell as Senior Manager, and Andrew Smith as Lighting Solutions Manager. Both will play a key part in its newly-launched UK operation.


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LumenOptix, the US leader in the retrofit-luminaire market, has announced the appointment of Chris Pico as Supply Chain Director at the company.


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