At the 2018 LDI tradeshow, ETC and High End Systems will join forces in one large-scale, combined booth to showcase lighting solutions for every show and venue. In addition to new fixtures, controls and rigging options, both companies will debut new moving lights on the tradeshow floor. Visitors can see the range of products in action at booths 2723, 2922, and 3022.
The booth showcases several new automated fixtures this year, among them are Relevé Spot fixtures, a mover that combines nearly a decade of LED optical engineering with forty years of theatrical experience. This affordable automated fixture includes impressive color mixing capabilities, a perfectly subtle theatrical frost, and a unique Ani-gobo wheel that was designed with your theatre in mind.
The latest and brightest additions to the Sola Series, SolaSpot 3000 and SolaFrame 3000 will light up High End’s side of the booth. For a more compact frame option, the SolaFrame 1000 will be shown in the HES booth.
Also showing for the first time at LDI will be the flagship Hog 4-18 console, which features 18.5” touchscreens and a refreshed design with accessory arm mounts on each side. For advanced backstage communications, CueSystem will be in booth with new large outstation options that add even more flexibility to the cue light system.
ETC’s new Prodigy FlyPipe and QuickTouch Preset rigging solutions will also be featured in the ETC booth. The easy-to install, easy-to-use hoist and controller fit into cafetoriums, lobbies, museums, and churches that would not otherwise be able to accommodate rigging technology because of limitations of architecture, structural engineering, or budget. Perfect for use with FlyPipe, the new ColorSource Raceway will be on display as well. The lightweight and configurable distribution raceway was designed for rigs in smaller, budget conscious facilities.
Those looking for compact and intuitive touchscreen control solutions for architectural lighting in entertainment spaces can interact with EchoTouch at LDI. Additional new architectural products at the LDI show include the Foundry line of DMX-controlled distributed power control products. Visitors can also check out the latest additions to the ArcSystem line which include new fixture types, expanded color temperature options, and hardwired DMX/RDM versions.
LDI attendees will be able to see many of these new products working live during a light show that will take place across the booths throughout the conference. Attendees will gather in Room N251 on October 20 for the annual Student Session led by Field Project Coordinator Nick Gonsman.