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Buildings and monuments, shopping malls and retail chains, corporate foyers and museums; increasingly people expect to be entertained in locations that were traditionally the preserve of purely architectural lighting. In many venues it is no longer sufficient to light a space beautifully, the lighting is now required to be part of an interactive entertainment experience that must stand out against all the competing presentations to which visitors are exposed.
This bridge between architectural and entertainment lighting, which increasingly utilises LED and video technology, has created a new market that is growing rapidly. Our objective is to provide the control tools that this market requires and to continue to develop these tools based on the feedback of users worldwide.
Pharos is pleased to announce its powerful revamped LPC X; a comprehensive lighting controller in a new smaller form factor. The Pharos LPC X has proved a popular solution all over the world for controlling long-running landmark installations with significant…more
The city of South Bend, Indiana, celebrated its 150th birthday on June 22nd 2015. Over 15,000 spectators turned out along the banks of the St. Joseph river to enjoy the turning on of the River Lights; a new permanent lighting…more
Global tourist attraction Madame Tussauds opened its first wax museum in Singapore in October 2014. The attraction, open 364 days a year, includes the first ever Madame Tussauds boat ride The Spirit of Singapore. The ride travels through a fantastical garden and…more
Deciding to Migrate Designer 2 is a completely new platform from our previous version of Designer and therefore using it requires both hardware and Designer project files to go through a migration process to convert them to the new platform….more
Colour temperature adjustment has previously been possible with Pharos controllers, but there are now further options to customise how the channels interact with each other, as well as support for RGB + Dynamic White fixtures. The default interaction can be…more