At the upcoming Prolight+Sound tradeshow, Robe is set to launch five new products - Painte, TetraX, iBeam 250, Spikie+ and the Anolis Calumma. The company will also showcase five products launched in 2021 - the Forte, Cuete, LEDBeam 350, T2 and T11, all of them presented physically following their digital launches last year.Robe also has a further surprise up its sleeve that will be located outside the exhibition hall and will be related to its Robe on the Road activities.
Painte is a compact moving light that delivers a quiet, quality profile solution for short to medium throw scenarios in theatrical, television, installation, live or corporate settings. The impressive 12,000-lumen fixture output has a sparkling, clear white light, with boundless colours via the advanced CMY colour mixing system.The iBeam 250 is the latest in Robe’s constantly growing iSeries which are fully IP65 rated. This offers speed, colour and zoom range in a package to handle all the challenges of outdoor use and work.
Suitable for festivals, concerts, theatre, and any outdoor events or unpredictable weather scenarios, the iBeam 250 also has all the favourite features of its popular indoor relative, the LEDBeam 150.TetraX features a dynamic pan movement with ‘extremely high-speed continuous rotation’, dramatically increasing the sweep-effect possibilities of the fixture.
The new Spikie+ generates 25% more lumens from its single 60W RGBW source. The fixture has a specifically designed 110mm front lens, and a rapidly moving zoom that produces beams from a super-tight 4-degrees to a soft and wide 28-degree wash.The Robe Live Show will also return at Frankfurt. “Guests can enjoy the thrill, excitement, and drama of real live performance again in a specially devised theatrical style / musical show created just for the expo which will also demonstrate the new products in action,” says the company.
Throughout the show, the Czech lighting manufacturer will celebrate the industry moving beyond the pandemic with the dropping of restrictions in many places and the return of live shows. The mood of the daily on-stand ‘Get-Together Hour’ will also be respectful and reinforce solidarity with European neighbours Ukraine. This is the time to focus on the strength, bonds and good energy of human connections, and the advantages that long-term democracy, peace and independence can bring to the world, says Robe.
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