We continue our tour through ETC’s repository of gear and ephemera of lighting days gone by with another entry from the company’s early history: the 1982 Entertainment Lighting Control System (ELC). After a number of years partnering with […]
Author: Kate Foster
Today we take a look at another behemoth from ETC’s collection of lighting industry equipment and ephemera: a Skirpan Autocue Astral Stage Lighting Control System from 1977.
Welcome to the Monthly(ish) Museum, where we take a look into the historical lighting collection at ETC. In this entry, we’re keeping it in-house with a look at some industrial design prototypes for the Gio console.
Couldn’t make it to Vegas this year for LDI? Now that the Thanksgiving turkey has settled in our collective stomachs, here’s a recap of highlights from the show floor…
Fall is in the air in Croton-on-Hudson, NY, and the annual Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze event is underway…with thousands of pumpkins powered by a Gio console.
Welcome to Monthly(ish) Museum, where we periodically feature highlights from ETC’s collection of historical lighting industry gear and ephemera. This installment: a Kliegl Bros. patch panel.
A panel of top Eos programmers convened at ETC’s CUE conference for an evening of live-programming war stories, show file strategies and cat memes.