The Wire (October 2011)

Chauvet MotionDrape LED and MotionFacade LED

Motion Drape

The 9.8-by-6.5-foot MotionDrape light-emitting diodes (LEDs) backdrop features 176 high-output tri-colored surface-mount (SMD) LEDs for full color-mixing capabilities with 30 motion graphics. Sixty-six high-output tri-colored SMD LEDs power the 6.5-by-3.3-foot MotionFacade LED front board drape system for 30 effects. The drapes work with each other or on their own; lighting can be controlled by using eight dimmer channels of the Digital Multiplex (DMX) control-system protocol or in stand-alone mode. Pattern speed and static color selections also can be controlled.

Hybrid-OLED Luminaire

Hybrid Luminaire

WAC Lighting’s Hybrid-OLED Luminaire merges light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and Organic LED (OLED) technology. Six ultra-slim luminaire panels feature white OLEDs with color-turntable RGB or color-turntable white with color temperatures, a characteristc of visible light that radiates light of a similar hue to that light source, ranging between 2,700 to 6,500 kelvins. Each glare-free OLED panel features colors that can be customized using a Digital Multiplex (DMX) Controller, delivering ambient illumination; the Coloring Rending Index is 80. The luminaire features eight faceted crystal brackets and is designed around energy-efficient technology and materials.

LED Highboy Tables and Barstools


Illuminated in red, white, blue or green, Meese Orbitron Dunne’s indoor/outdoor highboy table-and-barstool set stands 42 inches tall and comes with a 36-inch round polycarbonate tabletop; the barstools are 30 inches tall. Made with 100% waterproof polyethylene, the translucent furniture has a black ABS plastic base and stainless-steel footrests. Battery-powered light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are hidden inside the furniture.


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