Philips Selecon delivers ultimate versatility on world premiere of Peter Gill play
05 June 2015
International lighting designer Hartley T A Kemp has turned to the versatile color changing of Philips Selecon's LED range of luminaires for the world premiere of Peter Gill's new play As Good a Time As Any. "I was very impressed with the match to tungsten in the RAMA LED Fresnel, with the lack of warming at lower levels the only noticeable difference," says Kemp. "Sometimes this could be a hindrance but I can also see it being a help, especially when working with a white or pale set and wanting to maintain cleanliness of colour.
Rapenburg Plaza provides Philips Selecon colour changing solution for National Military Museum
24 February 2015
King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands has opened a prestigious new cultural and historical institution at The Netherlands' former Soesterberg air base. The National Military Museum (NMM) is the largest of its kind in Europe and displays the significance of The Netherlands' armed forces. "The concept for the space is that each of the halls are interactive and follow a storyline," says lighting designer and Rapenburg Plaza partner Pelle Herfst. "We selected Selecon fixtures as excellent tools to achieve this. The DMX-controlled colour changing possibilities meant we were able to create a wide range of ambiences for the different thematic spaces. I am also very impressed by the optics of the PLprofile1."
St. Joseph's College upgrades to Philips Selecon PL LED range
26 November 2014
St. Joseph's College has recently refurbished its much-loved chapel in a move to boost its technological offering with the installation of an array of energy-saving yet versatile Philips Selecon PL range luminaires. Having worked closely with Philips Selecon for many years, Lancelyn Theatre Supply's Jo Beaumont-Ward recommended its PL range, saying: "Selecon's PL range is one of the most reliable LED offerings on the market and will provide St. Joseph's with the required efficiency, practical stage lighting and in-built colour mixing that will stand the test of time."
Philips Selecon delivers ultimate flexibility to dance-theatre piece
20 November 2014
Australian dance-theatre piece Intimacy by Michelle Ryan and Torque Show recently traversed the globe to take up residence at the Southbank Centre in London. Part of the 'Unlimited' disability arts festival, the piece was lit with eight Philips Selecon LED PLProfile1 luminaires, chosen for their crucial colourising flexibility by lighting designer John Ford. "I chose the PLProfile1 luminaires as I knew I needed something flexible to get as many lighting options as possible into a small space, and a conventional rig can be limiting in that sense," says Ford.
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