Chroma-Q News Archive - 2013
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...
Lighting Designer Sean Agosta-Bidleman of Prysm Enterprises chose ninety-six Color Force Compact™ LED fixtures to illuminate the spectacular 100 ft high Library Tower permanent installation at the University of Hawaii’s new West Oahu campus.
Chroma-Q Color Force LEDs Deliver Premium Lighting Performance for Wexford Festival Opera 2013 - 13/11/2013
Chroma-Q® Color Force 72™ LED battens have delivered premium lighting performance for productions during this year's renowned Wexford Festival Opera in South-Eastern Ireland.
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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,...
Chroma-Q Launches AutoLED II Ultra Bright Daylight White LED Moving Light at Prolight and Sound 2013 - 24/04/2013
Utilising the same core technologies as the innovative Chroma-Q® Studio Force D XT 12™, the new AutoLED II™ is a 6,500K* CCT daylight white LED moving head fixture that boasts an extreme 16,430 hot lumens output for ultra bright, long distance throw; an optional revolutionary...
Chroma-Q Launches New Energy Efficient Colour Changing LED Inspire House Light at Prolight and Sound 2013 - 22/04/2013
Intelligent LED lighting manufacturer, Chroma-Q® unveiled their brand new ‘Inspire’ LED house light at this year’s Prolight + Sound exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany.
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