Coemar Infinity Wash XL lights were in the rig at the 24th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony (broadcast live on the FUSE television network and fuse.tv). The lights were supplied by Lititz, Pennsylvania-based Atomic Lighting.
As the industry's superstar lights came up at Cleveland Convention Center's 11,500-seat Public Hall on April 4, the likes of Jeff Beck, Metallica and Bobby Womack, were inducted.
Brad Hafer, Atomic Lighting's VP, director of account managementsa says that of the 36 Coemar Infinity Wash XL lights set to fly, some were employed to light scenic pieces, and some "were used to light related events, such as band showcases."
Coemar Infinity Wash XL lights house an effects wheel for creating texture and aerial effects with wash light (patent ending). Along with narrow to wide zoom ranges (5 to 84 degrees total), moon flower and beam'o (patent pending) prismatic effects are also on hand.
Coemar Infinity Wash XL lights are recognized among the greats, and inducted at the very best of shows. "At the 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame festivities, the Coemar Infinitys worked undeniably great," exclaims Hafer. "Lighting designer Allen Branton and the board operators were very happy with them."