The team at Elite Multimedia preps their VL3015LT Spot luminaires for their upcoming tours.
At LDI 2014, Philips Entertainment enjoyed one of its most noteworthy tradeshows during a full week which included “The Symphony of Light”, VL4000 Spot technical training, NEO lighting control console training, and the well-celebrated Philips Strand Lighting Centennial Toast and Champagne Reception.
Philips Vari-Lite is currently rolling out training for the industry standard VL4000 Spot, with one of the most recent workshops taking place at London's RADA.
Leicester's award-winning Curve theatre has become one of the first in the UK to invest in the latest addition to the Philips Vari-Lite product line with the VL4000 Spot. The theatre purchased 10 of the luminaires from White Light as an ultra-versatile and cutting-edge solution to lighting its range of productions and events.
When Train set off on their 2014 album release tour, LD Brock Hogan wanted to use the newest automated luminaires so he chose 10 VL4000 Spots provided by LMG Touring. (Photo Credit: Craig Mitchell)
At Heavy Metal Montreal, Visual and Set Designer Karl Gaudreau utilized 60 VL4000 Spot, 140 VL3500 Wash FX, 12 VL3500 Wash, and 18 VL3000 Spot luminaires provided by Solotech across the festivals four stages.
The VL4000 Spot was a winner at PLASA 2014 as Richard Schmit (L) picks up the PLASA Product Innovation Award from Governing Body chair Ed Pagett.
At PLASA 2014, Philips Vari-Lite and the Philips Entertainment family opened the show with a beautiful showcase of the VL4000 Spot and the 100th Anniversary of Philips Strand Lighting.
VL4000 Spot luminaires make their theatrical debut at the Metropolitan Opera with 4Wall Entertainment Lighting.
Australia is now stocked with VL4000 Spot luminaires as Jands put their new fixtures on full display.