Whether you’re Team LaForge or Team Scott, It’s futile to resist trying to “beam things aboard” when you park yourself in front of a LightShark console. As the first DMX-based lighting console to offer wireless, platform-independent control from virtually any device with a web browser, you’d be right to suspect some kind of alien technology powering these beauties.
The LightShark LS-1 Console unites the deep feature set of software lighting control with an elegant, user-friendly hardware control surface, while LS-Core keeps it simple for those seeking a software-only setup. Both products offer 2 physical DMX outputs plus ArtNet/sACN for 8 total universes of control. Blizzard Lighting stopped at nothing to become the exclusive U.S. distributor of this powerful and innovative line of lighting consoles.
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING QUOTE WITH MULTIPLE SHATNERESQUE DRAMATIC PAUSES: “Ever since we saw these sexy beasts, we’ve done pretty much everything to secure the line except camp out at the Equipson / WorkPro facility in Spain,” says Will Komassa, CEO of Blizzard Lighting. “And we considered that too… We love tapas. Who doesn’t?”
“The LS-1 is one of those rare tools that makes you want to go further and work harder, and we’re thrilled to ‘boldly go… where no one has gone—‘ well, you get it,” says Komassa. “And let’s face it, this is a shot across the bow of our competitors. Eh? See what we did there?”
Blizzard thrives on offering innovative lighting technologies and unprecedented levels of sophomoric antics for the entertainment, theater, house of worship and architectural markets. By deploying LightShark consoles stateside, Blizzard gives existing and prospective customers exclusive access to a control product every bit as gorgeous and fun-to-be-around as they are.
“Blizzard Lighting’s enthusiasm for LightShark was surpassed only by their ability to consume copious amounts of paella. We’re looking forward to their help building the U.S. market for LightShark,” says Chief Sales Officer Juan Jose Vila. “LightShark’s versatility, software, ergonomics, built-in interfacing, and physical usability are undeniable. And no, we’re not discussing the rumors about their technological origin.”
The LS-1 will retail for $1,499.99 and the LS-Core will retail for $649.99 in the United States, shipping at the end of March 2018.
Komassa added, “Look, we’re not saying they’re made with Ex-Klingon technology, but we’re not saying they’re not, okay? We’re stoked to be adding LightShark, creating a one-stop shop for lighting pros who need the most ‘modern technology’ available in this world, or any other. So suck it, Klingons!!”