ETC and High End Systems are set to impress at LDI 2019
ETC and High End Systems will exhibit the latest innovations in lighting technology in a combined booth at LDI 2019. Visitors will get the chance to see powerful fixtures, sophisticated controls, and intuitive rigging products in booths 325, 425, and 525.
Among the new in-booth products is the upcoming Augment3d programming environment. This exciting tool will be included in Eos v3.0 and enables programmers to control and design in a three dimensional space. Live demos of Augment3d will take place throughout the show.
The High End Systems booth will be packed with new automated and effects fixtures to view. The SolaPix family makes its grand entrance at LDI with an exceptionally bright wash. The HaloGraphic Pixel Definition featured in the SolaPix provides improved face definition with edge lighting on the pixel cells. For more unforgettable effects, TurboRay will turn heads with its many different looks as a washlight or hard edge beam. Additionally, SolaFrame 1000 and SolaWash 1000 make their first appearance at LDI this year. Booth visitors will also get a first peek at an upcoming addition to the Sola line of automated fixtures.
The ArcSystem family of LED house lights heads to LDI with the addition of a new Pro One-Cell High Output luminaire, packing more than 8,000 lumens.
For advanced networking solutions, visitors can learn more about the Response Mk2 DMX Gateways, offering easy-to-read status screens and a configuration interface on every unit. Rounding out ETC’s family of Show Control Gateways, the Response SMPTE Gateway is another new solution on display at LDI.
ETC and High End Systems will spearhead a number of sessions at LDI, including:
- ETC Console Training for Level 2 and Level 3
- Busking with Eos
- Working in an Augment3d environment
- Tuesday and Wednesday Hog 4 training
- A color chat with Product Technology Specialist Wendy Luedtke and Clifton Taylor
- Hue-more me with Wendy Luedtke on color and LEDs
Students are invited to the annual Student Session led by Nick Gonsman in room N258 on November 23 at 6:15 to discuss all things lighting with product experts from ETC.