E:cue and Traxon form partnership for DMX control of Mood-Light line

Mood Light
At this year's PLASA-Show in London (12-15 September), e:cue and Traxon Mood Light will be co-presenting their products at their stands and distributing a joint brochure.

E:cue's sequential control is well-established in the field of stage lighting, and has also become the standard for medial staging in the field of architecture. The software enables a variety of programming options - ticker texts, advertising messages, art design display - as well as video displays.

Traxon's Mood Light products have been used across the world, as displays in designer stores for Louis Vuitton; as catwalk illumination at fashion shows for Hugo Boss; in corporate advertisements for Heineken; and in casinos such as Harrahs Rincon in California.

Hugo Boss
Using e:cue's sophisticated controlling equipment, Traxon's Mood Light applications offer an even broader spectrum of possibilities to the customer. The expertise of e:cue will upgrade existing Mood Light LED panel installations as well as widening the range of possible areas of application.

"The combination of designer object and industrial controlling offers the customer creative and technical possibilities over and above the present options, which enable the realization of almost any artistic idea," says Dirk Beiner of e:cue.

Currently, e:cue products can handle up to 16,000 DMX-channels. In combination with Traxon's Mood Light products, installations of up to 1,300 Mood Light panels or up to 5,300 Mood Light Color Beamers can be put into effect.

With e:cue's professional controlling equipment, Traxon Mood Light set-ups will revolutionize lighting design. Applicable to all markets from retail, display, corporate to project and professional, Traxon now offers a complete DMX solution for its clientele.


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