In this series, guest blogger Cory Pattak discusses Eos show file setup from his perspective as a freelance designer. This week: Why is it helpful for a designer to show up for tech with their own Eos building blocks? […]
STORIES TO EDUCATE AND INSPIRE
Every other summer in Madison, WI, ETC hosts a week-long event of classes, networking, and fun for our dealers and reps. The keynote presentations this year included an interview with Fred Foster by The Lumen Brothers, as well […]
Electrical diversity is a requirement in most entertainment lighting systems, but one that is often well-hidden from users. This post will explore diversity requirements and what they mean to lighting users.
In the US, Product Listing provides a wealth of information about the correct and safe use of a product. Today we slice through the “marketing speak” to understand the difference between UL Listed and UL Recognized products.
In the US, Product Listing by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory provides a wealth of information about the correct and safe use of a product. How do we find that information and make good use of it?
To TCP, or not TCP, that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer, suffer you shall not.
In this recurring series, Nick Gonsman of ETC NYC sheds light on aspects of the theory and practice of entertainment lighting control. Today’s topic: Display Focus, Control Tabs and Magic Sheets.