//More Zero88 DMX buffers in stock

We’ve taken delivery of more Zero88 DMX buffers to add to our lighting control inventory.

Get in touch for hire availability.


//Written: March 22, 2017
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//Road Hog 4 now in stock

We’re now pleased to be able to offer Road Hog 4’s from our increasing inventory of hire products.

Featuring a large 22″ multi-touch display, inbuilt DMX, ArtNet & sACN outputs, Hog Net connections for desk linking, and solid state hard drive storage, this is a powerful console in a small footprint.
We are also able to offer the MIDI and Timecode widget to complement the Road Hog 4 if required.


//Written: March 12, 2017
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//LED Pea Lights – warm & cold now in stock

We’ve recently acquired a large¬†stock of warm and cold LED pea lights. These come as standard in 20m lengths, but can be split down in 5m sections, or joined to create even larger lengths.
Hire kits are available, which include everything needed: 3 x 20m lengths, power supply and cabling.

With the ability to use standalone controls, or hook in to your DMX controllable lighting system, these offer a fantastic look at your event or show.


//Written: February 25, 2017
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//Ground Support Truss at London Design Biennale

We recently supplied and installed a 11m x 8m ground support truss for our friends at ADi.
This was installed in a space at Somerset House and used for the hanging of projectors for a digital design installation.

To maximise usable space and get a snug fit, we created 3D drawings of the truss structure and overlaid these on to venue drawings. This allowed us to install a structure that was a perfect fit for the location in a short space of time.


//Written: September 2, 2016
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//RHS Wisely Glasshouse

We once again supplied lighting for a wedding at the fabulous RHS Wisely Glasshouse this weekend.

Using stock equipment we installed lighting to emphasise and complement the many different plants on show in the Glasshouse. We also used lights to offer a dappled textured light across the tables, to simulate the sun setting through the trees and plants.

A complete collection of photos from all previous work undertaken in RHS Wisely’s Glasshouse, can be seen here.


//Written: June 28, 2016
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