Pretty awesome use of the Clay Paky B-Eyes by our friends at DMD s7udios.
Sep 16 @ 3:15pm
Throwback Thursday. #TBT HIGH END SYSTEMS Emulator controller. Now if we could just find the key...
Sep 11 @ 10:48am
Main Light Industries will be closed Monday September 1st in observance of Labor Day. We will re-open Tuesday September 2nd at 9am. If you have a technical emergency please call 302-998-8017 and follow the prompts to reach the on call technician.
Labor Day weekend marks the end of our Geotag for Swag Contest. If you have any photos you'd like to send in, do so now. (email@example.com) We will announce the winners next week.
Thanks to all who sent in photos of MLI barcodes or gear!!! It's amazing to see where all of our gear ends up once it leaves our doors.
Aug 29 @ 4:13pm
Main Light Industries would like to thank YOU! We've reached 2000+ "likes" all organic. Thanks for taking the time to like our page. If there is anything you would like to see on the MLI facebook page please direct message us and let us know. Again, thanks for helping us hit the 2000 milestone!!!!
Aug 29 @ 11:28am
Throwback Thursday. 1983. The Pulstar is still available to rent here at Main Light Industries It's still "The most spectacular type of special effects lighting used today".....
We had a visitor yesterday. Clay Paky Sharpy's big brother the Super Sharpy! Before you ask, oh yeah, it's bright!!!! Many thanks to A.C.T Lighting for the demo!
Aug 27 @ 8:18am
Throwback Thursday: George Lucas' Super Live Adventure. One of the first productions to feature LightScape Fiber Optic Drapery.
Wookiepedia had the following description:
George Lucas' Super Live Adventure was a theatrical production that toured Japan from April to September 1993. With an independent narrative of its own, the show told the story of a young girl who is pursued for the magical wand she possesses through several of Lucasfilm Ltd.'s movie franchises including Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Willow, American Graffiti and Tucker: The Man and His Dream.
Very bright and super-fast with a sharp parallel beam that cuts through the air and across video with ease. It can project a static or rotating glass gobo to produce precision in-air and surface images with an even focal plane.
Retaining the sleek look of generations past, the Hog 4 offers the user an advanced programming experience in an established environment. The Hog 4 console, at the top of the Hog line, is designed to handle the largest shows.
The MAC Viper Profile is a new breed of high-output profile luminaire with an exceptional feature set and highly efficient optical system that outperforms market-leading profiles in the 1200-watt range.
Bright RGB LED Output ∙ Even light distribution ∙ Full, crisp color palette ∙ Clean white range of 3000K-8000K with high CRI ∙ Instant color bumps ∙ Sharp image projections ∙ 9° to 32° zoom ∙ 2 rotating gobo wheels Gobo animaion wheel ∙ Super fast iris ∙
The LightStar fiber optic illuminator uses an innovative LED light engine comprised of Red, Green, Blue, and White LEDs for a broad spectrum of color choices as well as reducing the power draw and weight.