Cruise Ship Lighting Systems
With fixtures designed specifically with the maritime industry in mind, along with a range of control and dimming solutions, ETC is fully equipped to outfit your vessel’s lighting system. Find out more about our cruise ship lighting solutions and download the brochure.
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
When the San Jose McEnery Convention Center needed a new lighting system that could support the multi-use, high-production-value conventions their clients expect, they turned to ETC. Now they have a lighting system as advanced as the industry around them.
ETC Rigging assists with modern redesign of old Johnny Carson studio in Burbank, California
Based on appearances alone, it may be hard to believe that the new state-of-the-art iHeart Radio Theater in Burbank, California, used to be the home of NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. When Clear Channel Communications began the process to refit the former home of the late night show, it was clear they had quite a few challenges on their hands, particularly when it came to rigging.
ETC Paradigm lighting control sets sail
The owners of the luxury yacht Genevieve approached Entertainment Lighting Solutions (ELS) of Auckland, New Zealand, to provide solutions on how to “warm up” their interior lighting and reprogram the current control system on the yacht.
California Science Center, Los Angeles
ETC lighting and control products are key to illuminating the diverse exhibits, offices and architecture in the California Science Center’s new 165,000-square-foot Ecosystems wing, open to the public as of March 25, 2010.
National WWII Museum, New Orleans, LA
The National World War II Museum’s new 70,000-square-foot $60-million complex, comprised of The Solomon Victory Theater, Stage Door Canteen, and The American Sector restaurant opened November 6, 2009, part of the Museum’s $300-million expansion.
ETC gives healthy dose of lighting to Dole TV
In 2006, the Dole Foods Corporation decided to extend its message of healthy living by opening the Westlake Village Studios, a 40,000-square-foot TV broadcast facility that is part of the Four Seasons Westlake Village Hotel in California.