Chroma-Q News Archive - Page 9
Chroma-Q Showcases Leading Entertainment & Studio Lighting Solutions at Prolight & Sound 2014 Frankfurt - 05/03/2014
Chroma-Q®’s award-winning lighting products deliver premium performance for - and have been adopted by leading users in - some of today’s most demanding and prestigious lighting applications, including opera, theatre, film & TV, venues, touring, events, retail, houses...
Chroma-Q Inspire LED Lighting Raises the House at Swedens Famous Rondo Theatre Show Restaurant - 27/02/2014
Europe - One of Sweden’s largest ‘theatre show restaurants’, Rondo, have upgraded their house lighting system to Chroma-Q®Inspire™ premium performance, energy-efficient LED house lights, to transform the feel and atmosphere of the popular venue.
The historic Pieterskerk building in the Dutch city of Leiden recently installed 70 of the new, multi-purpose Chroma-Q® Inspire™ LED fixtures to provide energy efficient, flexible lighting for the former Church's huge nave.
The theatrical grade dimming and incredible colour palette of Chroma-Q®’s Color Force 72™ premium performance LED battens were utilised by lighting designer Tim Mitchell to provide precise control, dramatic colour changes and subtle intensity for the Royal Shakespeare...
Maryland’s Frostburg State University has invested in Chroma-Q®Color Force 48™ premium performance LED battens and Chroma-Q Color Charge Plus™ wireless LED fixtures to provide ‘flawless dimming’ and ‘incredible color mixing’ for its varied...
Chroma-Q Color Force Battens Provide Subtle Cycs for Emil and the Detectives at the National Theatre - 04/12/2013
Billed as ‘the latest in the exciting tradition of War Horse and His Dark Materials, Emil and the Detectives requires lighting designer Lucy Carter to transform the National Theatre's Olivier Stage into 1920s Berlin, utilising the subtle colours and theatrical grade dimming of Chroma-Q®'s...
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