Chroma-Q News Archive - 2012 - Page 1
Chroma-Q® Color Force™ 72 RGBA LED battens were specified by award winning lighting designer Paule Constable for the new Cameron Mackintosh UK and Ireland touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of The Opera”.
The University of Derby has recently purchased a quantity of Chroma-Q® Color Force™ 12 LED fixtures and Chroma-Q Universal colour changers, for use on their acclaimed BSc (Hons) degree course in Sound, Light and Live Event Technology.
The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) have recently invested in seven Chroma-Q Color Force™ 48” / 1.2m LED battens to provide wash lighting effects for their various stage productions, including “Knives in Hens” and “An Appointment with the Wicker Man”.
Leading UK rental company, Visual Elements has upgraded 100 Chroma-Q® Color Block™ DB4 LED Fixtures in its inventory to the new Color Block Plus Replacement Engine.
UK-based Lincoln University has invested in 30 Chroma-Q® Color Force™ RGBA LED fixtures for its two television studios at the campus’s Media Broadcast Production Centre, which have recently been upgraded to full multi-camera and HD spec. facilities.
The lighting division of leading UK live event and communications agency, DRP Group, has made its first investment in Chroma-Q® products with the purchase of 24 Color Force™ 48 LED battens.
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