This powerful laser source beam promises to revolutionize the entertainment sector and the work of lighting designers, getting brighter and more compact beams.
With the continuous advancement of technology, lighting is experiencing a period of change in which innovation is calling into question the techniques and materials with which it has worked in recent years. In full transition to the LED, a new stage begins to be seen in which the laser will be the protagonist in all types of luminaires and the Xtylos de Claypaky It appears on the map as an emblem of this change.
The new Laser technology allows to condense and project the light in addition to offering long durability and a very low energy expenditure. These qualities make it the next light source that will invade the market, already implemented in sectors such as the automobile.
The Xtylos of Claypaky is a beam that combines innovation and versatility, with unique characteristics in terms of optics and color treatment. Its laser source has an optimal life of 10.000h and thanks to its additive color mix it achieves bright tones like no other luminaire. With its arrival on the market, it is shown that the entertainment sector is experiencing a moment where technological innovation is continually reviewing the light source for more powerful and versatile options.
A demonstration of strength in your home country
Up to 100 units of Xtylos from Claypaky supplied by Agora they were screened in the night sky of Milan last September 21 during the recognized Jova Beach Party. An unprecedented show with which this innovative device has manifested its potential. The impressive lighting show, under the name "Il colore del suono" (The color of sound), has been the work of the studio Giò Shape in collaboration with the designer Marco Zucchianali de Claypaky.
The festival, which was attended by more than 100.000 people, was the setting for this light and color show in which the premise was to achieve beams that could be seen clearly in the distance. The concept behind this show was to draw the relationship between music and light through vibration to create synesthesia, representing how some sound waves correspond to the waves of certain colors.
The choice of Xtylos responds mainly to its ability to emit solid beams over long distances, regardless of the color it projects.
Xtylos from Claypaky in Spain
The next 5 and 6 of November will be possible to attend the power of this new tool in the Open Day that Stonex, official distributor of the brand, celebrates in its offices in Madrid. An event to which all interested parties can write by accessing through this link.
During the conference we will talk about the current moment of the lighting sector in which the transition to LED begins to give way to other technologies even more powerful.
In Spain, the company Stonex is an official distributor Claypaky, among other well-known brands. As a national reference in professional lighting and stage engineering, Stonex brings more than 39 years of experience offering integral solutions for the sectors of entertainment, entertainment, architecture and emergency lighting; comprising the design, supply, installation and maintenance of scenic equipment and premium lighting.