amBX to debut lighting controller
Posted on Tuesday, August 4th, 2009
PLASA 2009 attendees in London next month will have the opportunity to witness the debut of the amBIENT XC, a lighting control system from amBX UK.
The amBIENT XC is a stand-alone DMX 512 hardware controller for RGB LED lighting fixtures, powered by amBX technology. It is designed to be a lighting control system which can dynamically manage RGB LED lighting installations and synchronise them with music and video.
Designed with a variety of environments in mind, from night clubs and restaurants to hotels and casinos, amBIENT XC’s dynamic, colour-themed effects can be pre-programmed, or will respond in real time to visual and/or aural stimuli, such as a video screen or music. It offers venues an innovative, maintenance-free and cost-effective way to create an appealing, immersive environment for their customers, as well as a low-cost, yet impressive, upgrade solution for venues currently offering limited lighting effects.
amBIENT XC uses amBX technology, which was successfully launched in the PC game and entertainment industries three years ago, and has since become a standard for the creation and delivery of ‘sensory surround’ effects in videogames. amBX won a CES Innovation award in 2006 for its outstanding technological advancement, a Windows Vista Best Buy award and best lighting gadget from 5ive’s The Gadget Show.
“We wanted to find a way to put amBX technology into the hands of lighting designers, so launching amBIENT XC was the perfect solution for the lighting industry,” says Neil Macdonald, CEO of amBX.
amBIENT XC is available for sales and distribution exclusively through TMB as a standalone system for lighting installers, and within design specifications. Demonstrations will be held during PLASA 09 on the amBX and TMB stands.