_ Jewelry in the spotlight project
9 December 2019
Dutch jewelry brand Eline Rosina
is the destination for jewelry lovers world wide. The brand offers a large collection of high quality earrings & necklaces. Earlier this year the ladies-only company moved offices to the historical city center of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. An old grain warehouse was turned into a beautiful office and showroom. 4Stage.net was asked to design the interior lighting, including office, spot and mood lighting. Special care was taken in lighting the original, typical construction elements such as the columns and the original old brick wall. The combination of bright 4000K office lighting and a special version warm amber wall washers combines desks, displays and lounge area in an elegant way.
_ GLR/Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam - Creative World Of Video Design project
30 november 2019
GLR, the Dutch creative college for media, design & technology based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, revamped their 8th floor to house brand new multi media classrooms, specially designed for teaching students video and audio post production and film grading. 4Stage.net provided and programmed all LED lighting and lighting and media control gear, including dedicated work lights along the desks and colourful flexible LED products that colour the various coves. 4Stage.net was proud to partner with main contractor and system installer Digital & Media Solutions
and media furniture designer and supplier KB|MF Design
, creating this vibrant and highly professional environment!
_ Lights on the Dock Leidschendam - All Systems Go! project
28 October 2019
With almost 4 years of testing, installing, adjusting and programming the city of Leidschendam finally has its city lighting along the Vliet river. This historical part of the city is loved by locals and tourists alike who fancy drinking a beer or having dinner with one of the many restaurants, bars and terraces. Across some 600 meters, several objects are lit by white light or RGBW luminaires and projectors. Objects include churches, statues, historical buildings, a wind will and several facades along the Vliet river.
4Stage.net designed, supplied and programmed the modular lighting control system and supplied over 100 luminaires. All luminaires and projectors are being controlled by 1 main and 7 local control systems over wireless (wifi, 4G and DMX) networks. The system controls over 100 spot, graze and linear white light and RGB(W) luminaires and 11 projecors. See all about this project here
(Dutch only). (C) Image: Michel Groen.
_ Utrecht University New lighting control systems project
13 June 2019
Utrecht University - Humanities Faculty employs two studio spaces. One is a multi purpose area which is designed to accomodate for presentation, meeting, media viewing and theatrical performance setup. The area is fitted with RGBW LED luminaires which are now controlled by an intelligent lighting control system. While still able to control the lights with a traditional lighting console, each setup now has its own static preset. Presets may be activated on two B-Station 6-button panels. The console is able to override the presets and the system will revert to the last preset when the console is switched off.
The second space is a video production studio with a traditional lighting grid and pantone suspended halogen TV lights. 4Stage.net desigend a user friendly, wireless Kiosc based 24 ch lighting console with presets. Kiosc sends its messages over the network to a CueCore2 solid state lighting controller, which converts these messages into a DMX signal. This signal is connected to the traditional DMX dimmer packs.
_ New: Kiosc Touch product
15 April 2019
Dutch manufacturer Visual Productions introduces Kiosc Touch, the hardware version of last year's Kiosc app. Kiosc Touch is a professional grade 7 inch wall mount touch screen with Kiosc pre-installed. It is PoE powered and needs an RJ45 only. Create your own touch screen dashboard with faders, buttons, labels and logos, and control Visual Productions' lighting controllers or any 3rd party media device!