Treading in the footsteps of the ground breaking impression Spot One, the Volkslicht Spot features a powerful 230W RGB LED light engine, and the same optical principles allowing it to project a full spectrum from deep saturates to light pastel shades, with smooth cross fades or instantaneous color bumps.
Unveiled at Prolight + Sound
show 2012 in Frankfurt, later showcased at InfoComm
, Las Vegas, and PLASA
2012, London, G-LEC and GLP took their new impression X4 LED ficture and GVP (G-Lec Video Processor) plus a full line up of products to LDI
2012 show in Las Vegas. The Volkslicht Spot which was launched at PLASA 2012, made its US show debut at LDI.
The Volkslicht Spot offers a full feature set, including a wheel of 7 rotating gobos, 11 fixed gobos, a rotating prism, 16 bit pan and tilt, motorized focus and a fixed beam angle of 13 degrees. Its compact size and lightweight design shows how it is now possible to achieve stunning quality and output levels within a small package.
The latest addition to the award winning Impression range of LED fixtures is the impression X4. Incorporating 19 quad color LED chips creating a high output unit, the X4 features a 7:1 zoom ratio from 7 to 50 degrees with consistent color mixing at all beam angles as users have come to expect from the impression range of fixtures. Also on display will be the impression Spot One which has firmly established itself at the cutting edge of LED profile technology, along with its wash partner, the impression Wash One.
G-LEC will be showing its fully implemented new video processor system, the GVP for the first time. The GVP is an advanced video processor unit for the G-LEC range of products that allows full control over projected content and their relation to the playback surfaces in use, with pixel exact control, rotation, scaling and much more. G-LEC will also be showing a range of its video products including examples from its Phantom range of video panels, and the 360 degree Solaris video curtain.