From concert and theatre lighting to safety training, there’s a place for Rosco’s new VAPOUR machines.
> Using fog on stage is great for obscuring scene changes, concealing an entrance or exit from the stage or creating a visceral mood to wow an audience – and the features inside the Vapour Fog Machine allow it to meet the demands of any production. Sometimes, the fogger needs to be located in tight quarters, such as underneath a platform or inside a piece of scenery. The compact size of the Mini-V Fog Machine makes it the perfect solution for placing a fog machine wherever a scene needs it. All four of the Vapour Series machines have been tested for use in professional theatrical productions and are included under the Equipment-Based Guidelines of the Equity-League Pension and Health Trust Funds.
High End’s SHAPESHIFTER has had a busy summer season with Dave Matthews Band, Neon Trees, and more. They’ve recently made an appearance on the Summerland Tour.
Here’s what Rick ‘Shaggy’ Ehmcke said about SHAPESHIFTER:
> Shaggy says the versatility of SHAPESHIFTER puts it in a class by itself as a designer tool. “You can really get such versatility out of the fixture,” he points out, “and with proper programming time and a repeatable show, the vast amount of different looks LDs are going to come up with is going to be really cool. I’m looking forward to seeing how different designers will use SHAPESHIFTER. Everybody has their own individual style, and that fixture can adapt to all of them.”
Read the entire story at [Highend.com](http://www.highend.com/news_events/news/news_detail.asp?news_id=737)
High End’s Shapeshifter is set for a summer touring season with appearance on productions from Dave Matthews Band, Neon Trees, and Guns N’ Roses. Projections, Lights and Staging News has the story.
> HES sales manager Craig Burross commented “After one month of shipping our ShapeShifter C1 and W1 fixtures, the buzz has been incredible! Watching cutting-edge lighting designers utilize the product is truly inspiring, and more LDs are embracing these products each and every week. With our C2 and W2 units shipping soon, I believe everyone in the design community will want to specify and utilize these innovative new lighting tools.”
Announced last week at ProLight, High End Systems has unveiled SHAPESHIFTER!
Check out [our new page for SHAPESHIFTER](http://www.creativestagelighting.com/products/shapeshifter.html) for all the tech specs you need.
[High End Systems’s Hog 4 had it’s work cut out for it in Sochi:](http://www.highend.com/news_events/news/news_detail.asp?news_id=723)
> The elaborate three-hour opening ceremony that unveiled the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia was a breathtaking marriage of art, history, patriotism and technology. The ceremony’s 18 chapters necessitated the use of over 1,100 lighting instruments, all controlled by Austin, TX-based manufacturer High End Systems’ state-of-the-art Hog 4 lighting console. This marks an industry milestone as one of the largest lighting productions, utilizing in excess of 1,000 instruments.
PLSN’s Justin Lang [reviews High End System’s Hog 4 range of consoles in the December 2013 issue of PLSN](http://www.plsn.com/current-issue/32-road-tests/12354-high-end-systems-hog-4-consoles.html).
> Choosing a lighting console is a personal thing. Most programmers have a particular console that they love and worship. The Hog certainly has a dedicated following — so much so that the Hog 2 series of consoles actually had membership cards!
Do you have a card? If not — or even if you do and you want to learn more about the Hog 4 lineup, check out our [product pages](http://www.creativestagelighting.com/products/hog.html) or call us at (518) 251-3302.