Installs & Events
NEO takes on Nashville
At the CMA Fest, Philips Entertainment held an open house at Soundcheck Nashville where NEO was in full control showcasing its many attributes and time-saving features to a wide variety of dealers, designers and lighting programmers from across the area.
250ML Control Console with Stark Films
For 26 years, Stark Films has been one of South Africa's leading independent television production companies and skilled resident lighting designer Chris Gardner has recently turned to the efficiency and reliability of the Philips Strand Lighting 250ML Control Console for the studio's much-needed upgrade. "The time came when we desperately needed to upgrade our system," explains Gardner. "DWR Distribution came to the rescue, with Dave Whitehouse delivering the Strand Lighting 250ML console and installing it before a show started the following morning. It was immediately apparent how super efficient and easy-to-use the Strand Lighting 250ML console is and how simple it would be to create and store Submasters, which was such a relief."
PALM Expo 2014
At the PALM Expo 2014, the NEO Lighting Control Console was introduced to China to great success along with the Philips Vari-Lite VL4000 Spot and the Showline SL NITRO 510C.
PL House Light at Smith Auditorium
When the Denison Independent School District won approval through a bond election to begin construction on a new high school campus, the 650-seat Smith Auditorium was initially conceived to be a modern performance space with the most current rigging, sound, and lighting equipment available. To fulfill all the needs of an adventurous fine arts department which included a desire to bring the audience into the performances, Batts Audio, Video & Lighting was brought on to make this desire a reality which they did using 110 PL House Light luminaires from Philips Selecon.
University of Houston Renovates with PL Series LED Luminaires
University theatre programs and neighboring theatrical companies all too often have a unique relationship with the sharing of valuable resources. Such is the case with the University of Houston Theatre Program and the world-renowned Alley Theatre. The Alley was undergoing renovation and needed a space to continue their production season. When University of Houston Faculty Member and Alley Theatre Associate Director/Design Kevin Rigdon suggested the shared use of the university’s two theatre spaces this lead to the university being able to upgrade their lighting system with PL Series LED luminaires from Philips Selecon.