Entertainment lighting specialist White Light will play host to a London stop of “Engineered for the Eye,” a travelling road show organised by lighting manufacturer Martin Professional to give lighting professionals the opportunity to get hands-on experience with the company’s latest products.
The tour will visit White Light’s base in Wimbledon, south-west London, on Thursday 30th June. Martin’s aim is to let those working in every area of lighting, including the live-entertainment, commercial and architectural sectors, see Martin’s gear in action, receive hands-on training, and talk to Martin’s staff about the products and their many possible applications.
In addition, visitors will be able to see the facilities and comprehensive range of equipment offered by White Light. The company’s rental stock includes a wide range of Martin equipment including the Mac700 Spot and Wash fixtures, the TW1 tungsten washlight and the tiny, fast moving Mac101 LED washlight. The stock has also recently been expanded with the addition of fifty MacIII spotlights (pictured), first used for a new dance piece created by Michael Clark for the Turbine Hall at London’s Tate Modern.