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  • Re: What would you do?

    luke.delwiche : I completely agree with your recommendations. This is exactly what we call the hybrid theatre. And I love your analogy of tungsten being the canvas and D40s the paint. Can I quote that sometime? For the cyc, remember that even RGBA is very different than X7 color mixing. (Of course, as...
    Posted to Selador Series by robgerlach on 02-24-2012
    Filed under: vivid, selador, lens, LED, color, X7, RGB, RGBA, cyc
  • Re: Vivid-r

    You CAN get a good white wash from Vivid. A great one, in fact. It will do high-quality white light across the whole range of color temperatures, from very warm candle light to harsh cold, bluish white. This is true for both the Vivid-R of the classic Selador strip line as well as the new Desire Vivid...
    Posted to Selador Series by robgerlach on 09-21-2011
    Filed under: vivid, selador, LED, Ion, Desire, Lustr
  • Lighting cycs with Selador luminaires

    Selador cofounder Rob Gerlach discusses how to light cycs with ETC Selador LED luminaires: It's difficult to prescribe the best approach for using Selador to light a cyc without knowing parameters like height, distance between the cyc and the fixtures, and available budget. The application note on...
    Posted to Light Minds Think Alike by allisonsuchon on 06-01-2011
    Filed under: products, selador, led, Vivid, Ice, Desire
  • Re: Fire & Ice Fixtures Together

    I was wondering if anyone has explored the idea of a "fixture" library that is a Fire&Ice unit combined into one channel. Letting the console make the best color using all of the led's across both units? Or should I just look at a Vivid-R instead?
    Posted to Selador Series by KevinC_SFBallet on 12-01-2010
    Filed under: ice, selador, fire, LED
  • Seledor Barndoors?

    I am TD for a very large high school outside of Chicago. We demoed the new Seledor Vivid-R fixtures and loved them. My only concern is future accessories. We are looking into purchasing enough fixtures to supplement our side light system in our rep dance plot but I am hesitant to move forward if I will...
    Posted to Selador Series by iskweldog on 12-01-2010
    Filed under: vivid, selador, Barndoor, Accessories, LED
  • Selador Vivid Fire and Ice: a designer turned from skeptic to fan

    Lighting Designer and Guest Blogger Chris Rynne talks about his first experience using the newest members of the Selador Series of LED fixtures, Fire and Ice: Last year, I was in a conversation with David Lincecum, marketi ng manager for ETC, and in that conversation I mentioned that I’d be in...
    Posted to Light Minds Think Alike by allisonsuchon on 04-27-2010
    Filed under: Green Power, entertainment lighting, opera, theatre, selador, led, energy conservation, Ice, Fire, Selador Series
  • People for the ethical demonstration of Selador

    ETC Field Project Coordinator David Hilton discusses an important issue facing lighting designers: There’s a tragedy occurring every day in this country – a tragedy that affects lighting designers and technicians alike. This tragedy is unfolding right in our backyards. I’ve personally...
    Posted to Light Minds Think Alike by allisonsuchon on 04-01-2010
    Filed under: Green Power, fun, selador, x7 color system, led, energy conservation, Vivid, Ice, Fire, Selador Series, Vivid-R
  • Fire & Ice

    ETC Fixtures Product Manager Tom Littrell discusses the newest Selador Series fixtures: Vivid Fire and Vivid Ice have just released. In an environment where every LED offering touts its ability to make full-range color, you may ask yourself why we decided to build fixtures with a more limited color palette...
    Posted to Light Minds Think Alike by allisonsuchon on 03-01-2010
    Filed under: products, entertainment lighting, selador, x7 color system, led, Vivid, Ice, Fire
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