ADJ has expanded its AV Series of modular LED video panels with the introduction of the new AV4IP. Offering an IP-rated enclosure design, this high-resolution panel is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use due to its impressive brightness and color contrast. Read More.
This past weekend at LDI 2017 (Live Design International) in Las Vegas, Nevada, ADJ Lighting received the PLSN Gold Star Product Award for Best New Club Light for the company’s new Vizi CMY300 hybrid moving head with CMY color mixing. Read More.
Since 1988 Live Design International (LDI) has welcomed lighting and video professionals from around the globe to its annual trade show and conference. ADJ will once again have a significant presence at the 2017 show, debuting two pioneering new product ranges as well as showcasing other exciting new recent additions to the company’s expansive portfolio of lighting, video and effects equipment. Read More.
Situated within the luxurious Pendry hotel in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp District, the new Oxford Social Club brings a touch of class to the city’s nightlife scene. With a theme heavily inspired by the roaring twenties, the creators of this unique venue – Clique Hospitality – wanted an impressive lightshow but one that would blend in with the décor and enhance the overall atmosphere. To achieve this over 100 of ADJ’s LED-powered lighting fixtures were deployed throughout the space to provide saturated color washes and eye-catching moving beam effects that immerse the whole venue.
Blood Manor is New York’s premier haunted attraction, which opens its doors each Halloween season to offer locals and tourist alike a frighteningly-good night out. In addition to their flagship Manhattan location, for 2017 the brand expanded to also host Blood Manor Presents Crypts of the Coliseum at the Nassau Coliseum on Long Island using over 100 ADJ lighting fixtures to create a truly hair-raising atmosphere.
When the management of the Onyx Room Nightclub in San Diego wanted to overhaul the lighting in their downstairs lounge and dance spaces, they brought in experienced Lighting Designer Ramiro Valenzuela.