Osram-owned theatre and stage lighting manufacturer, ADB Lighting, is offering compact control with its new tablet-based console. In addition to this, the manufacturer has also expanded the Klemantis family of lighting fixtures.
The manufacturer describes its tablet-based console, Imago, as a compact and lightweight USB backlit control surface, which when connected via USB to a PC running the Hathor lighting software, becomes a full-fledged lighting desk. In terms of its design, the manufacturer reportedly had cost, size and ergonomics without compromising on quality in mind as the primary considerations while designing the product. Its compact form factor and weight make it transportable in a backpack and also flexible to install.
Combined with Hathor via a USB connection to a laptop, Imago offers two DMX outputs and one DMX input as well as the possibility to send 32 universes via Ethernet. When connected to the Imago, the Imago Wing provides an additional 18 subfaders and 18 executor key control possibilities.
Moving on to new fixtures, ADB has unveiled the Klemantis Asymetrix linear cyclight which has been designed both for theatrical applications as well as on-screen use. It includes HCD technology based on a six-colour LED module and control technology stated to offer a wide colour gamut from bold colours to pastels, as well as a tunable white light with a high CRI up to 97.