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Avolites Case Studies - Illuminate Lighting Ltd
25 January 17
Avolites Case Studies - Illuminate Lighting Ltd
Since forming in 2014 and taking up residence at Production Park, Wakefield, the company has gone from strength to strength, supporting the rental operations of such recent tours as All Time Low, Chris Stapleton, The Cribs and Pierce the Veil to name but a few
Avolites Case Studies - Mirrad
21 December 16
Avolites Case Studies - Mirrad
Based in London, MIRRAD is a collective of four lighting and show designers who, since coming together four years ago, have scooped up three Knight Of Illumination (KOI) Awards and seven award nominations.
Avolites Case Studies - Cue Design
18 November 16
Avolites Case Studies - Cue Design
Cue Design Ltd is a rising star in the UK production design industry for concerts and live events. Creating ground-breaking lighting schemes, special effects, video content and stage sets, the London-based design house has only been running for three years – but already boasts clients such as electro pop pioneer Gary Numan and US singer-songwriter Kelis.
Avolites delivers bespoke control system at new Las Vegas nightclub JEWEL
05 August 16
Avolites delivers bespoke control system at new Las Vegas nightclub JEWEL
Las Vegas, USA - The latest addition to the Hakkasan Group, JEWEL Nightclub inside ARIA Resort & Casino, has raised the Las Vegas entertainment bar once again, with an interactive lighting design controlled by a custom Avolites system of integrated control desks and Ai media servers.
Coldplay's visuals guru chooses Avolites Ai media servers to create ultimate video system for world tour
22 July 16
Coldplay's visuals guru chooses Avolites Ai media servers to create ultimate video system for world tour
Coldplay's acclaimed live-show video director Ben Miles chose to work with British manufacturer Avolites and Avolites' Ai media server distributor and technical specialist RES (Realtime Environment Systems) to design what he describes as 'the ultimate video system' for the Brit rockers' current world tour.