This design would be difficult to pull off everyday but primarily because of the 3 lighting pods over the stage. Here is some close up details of the pods and the idea is that it is made out of truss with a manufactured shell that attaches to the truss. The shells would be manufactured out of either plastic or fiberglass by my friends at Dark Moon Designs and if we are really feeling ambitious for a particular show we can automate them. The strobes you see recessed into the truss is intended to keep the light sources hidden so you only see the light they emit when it interacts with the fog or haze.
This design could be simplified considerably along with reducing cost by replacing those 3 pods with a straight stick of truss with lights on it.
The design intention here was that the soft goods upstage of the video wall would give the stage visual depth when lit by the fixtures above and below. This video design works especially well for a multicam configuration and live cameras.
The premier Spot fixture and the best shutter system on the market. This allows the beam to be shaped into vertical or horizonal lines along with all the usual patterns and aspects of a modern moving light. BMFL stands for Bright Multi Function Luminaire but we all call it the BIG MOTHER FUCKING LIGHT.
The JDC-1 has been the industry standard strobe for a few years now. This design doesn’t specifically rely on the tilt mechanism so any good quality LED strobe should work with a few notable exceptions. (No Atomic 3000 or Atomic LED Strobe)
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