Color Web™ 125 / 250 - DISCONTINUED
Shape Your Designs With Unlimited Flexibility
The revolutionary Chroma-Q® Color Web™ provides unlimited flexibility and new creative possibilities for designers when it comes to displaying low resolution visual effects.
Artistic Licence is the designer and manufacturer of Color Web, which is exclusively distributed under the Chroma-Q brand.
- Modular 1m / 3'3" square panels
- Re-configurable display area
- Pliable webbing material
- Semi transparent
- Compact and lightweight system
- Flexible DMX control
- Low cost
Award winning and highly proactive Blackburn based lighting rental company, HSL has added 200 Chroma-Q® Color Web™ 125 visual effects panels to its hire inventory, now giving them the largest hire stock in the UK of this revolutionary LED product.
A temporary nightclub installation in Kristiansand, Norway used a Jands Vista T4 lighting console to control a state of the art LED digital lighting, projection and video system featuring Robe DigitalSpot fixtures and a large Chroma-Q® Color Web™ video effects wall.
Belfast based lighting rental company Production Services Ireland (PSI) supplied all lighting and crew to the White Sapphire Ball, a high profile gala charity event in aid of the Northern Ireland Children's Hospice, staged at the Europa Hotel in Belfast.
Lighting Designer Alex Nadon used 40 Chroma-Q® Color Block 2™ LED fixtures to provide scenic effects lighting for the set design of the 2009 Juno Awards. Held at General Motors Place, Vancouver, the annual event is one of Canada’s most prestigious award ceremonies. This...
UK Rental Supplier Amber Lites (Scotland) Ltd invested in Chroma-Q® Color Web™ 125 LED panels to provide scenic elements for the recent Elaine Paige 40th Anniversary UK tour and other client events. Regarded as "The First Lady of British Musical Theatre" due to her...
Lighting designer Steven Douglas is using 265 square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web™ 125 LED panels to provide a curved video effect backdrop for the stage design of platinum indie rock band The Killers' current 'Day & Age World Tour 2009'.
Professional scenic design and rental company ArtStage has recently supplied Chroma-Q® Color Web™ for four high profile Russian shows and events in just over one month.
Lighting designer Dan Hardiman used over 80 square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web 125 LED panels to provide the core element of his show design for the recent sold-out UB40 UK Arena tour.
High-profile new Belgian superclub Noxx has used 300 square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web 125 to provide a stunning LED video ceiling in its main dance room - making it one of the most ambitious LED effects nightclub installations in Europe.
DPL Production Lighting Ltd used Chroma-Q® Color Web 125 and a Hippotizer media server to provide a high resolution visual effects backdrop for the Jazz World Stage at this year's Glastonbury Festival.
Lighting Designer Paul Normandale used 120 square metres of Chroma-Q Color Web 250 to provide a low res visual effects backdrop for the Main Stage at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend event in Preston.
Set Designer Dominic Tolfts and Lighting Designer Dave Davey have used 384 square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web 250 for the set of last week's prime-time ITV1 entertainment show Britain's Got Talent.
Lighting Designer Dave Sherwin has specified two hundred square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web 250 and ninety Chroma-Q® Color Block DB4s as part of his set visuals for the Snow Patrol world tour.
The latest Take That music video, 'Shine', is one of the first designs to feature the Chroma-Q™ Color Web 125, a new higher resolution version of the multi-purpose LED web visual effects system.
Lighting Designer Mark Kenyon has used 207 square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web for the set of new Ant & Dec TV gameshow 'PokerFace' - the largest single application of the LED webbing system to date.
Lighting Designer Mark Kenyon used one hundred square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web as part of his set lighting for one-off BBC show 'All Time Greatest Movie Songs'.
Lighting Designer Rob Sinclair used fifty square metres of Chroma-Q® Color Web as a low resolution video wall backdrop on The Human League's Synth City UK Tour 2005 in December.