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Travel light with
I aniro’s new portable and fully
dimmable Gulliver LED is a small
40W unit available in AC or DC
versions. With the same diminutive
proportions as the classic halogen
light, the new Gulliver offers all the
advantages of LED technology.
“With this new unit, we have
delivered a product that does
not fall into the usual LED traps.
It’s designed to perform to a
high level over its entire lifespan
and to maintain a consistent
output throughout a shoot, with
no change in colour response.”
said Nick Allen-Miles of Ianiro
International. New PA at the RAH
A udio Specialists Sound By Design has installed a new HALO-Compact
PA system in the main auditorium of the Royal Albert Hall supplied by UK
manufacturer, EM Acoustics with Van Damme cabling supplied by VDC Trading.
The nature of the RAHs events has changed substantially in recent years,
demanding a more versatile audio solution. Having trialled the system on a
number of events including Singing in the Rain, and ENB’s season of Swan
Lake, the company’s engineers were unanimously agreed that HALO-Compact
was the right system, both aesthetically and acoustically, for the Hall moving
Gulliver LED is designed for use in
small studios and on location. As
such, it is lightweight and durable
making it suitable for news and
The small size of the unit posed
particular challenges to the
design team. To keep operating
temperatures at acceptable levels,
the casing was designed as a
radiator, with near-invisible vents
throughout. The internal heat sink
was made to measure from anti-
corrosion aluminium, very different
from an ordinary commercial
extruded component. The
aluminium casing was optimized
to facilitate heat dispersion.
www.ianiro.com 16 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 83 NOVEMBER 2013
BrainNews now supports Octopus Newsroom
Brainstorm Multimedia, industry-leading 3D real-time graphics and virtual set
solutions provider, has announced that its latest version BrainNews, Brainstorms
template-based graphics solution for news, now supports Octopus Newsroom
systems, the leading newsroom computer systems for broadcast television.
BrainNews is a fully scalable, MOS-compatible, template-based system that
integrates graphics into news environments, allowing journalists and producers
to customize and combine high-quality pre-defined 3D graphics within their
news workflow without the constant input from the Graphics Department.