A.C.T Lighting Partners Clay Paky and ImageCue Net Three Awards at LDI 2015

A.C.T Lighting, Inc. joined manufacturer partners Clay Paky and ImageCue to celebrate their trio of wins at LDI 2015. Clay Paky went home with two coveted awards for its lighting products, and ImageCue was named a PLASA members' favorite for its small-footprint embedded server. A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive distributor of Clay Paky and ImageCue products in North America.
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A.C.T Lighting, Inc. joined manufacturer partners Clay Paky and ImageCue to celebrate their trio of wins at LDI 2015.  Clay Paky went home with two coveted awards for its lighting products, and ImageCue was named a PLASA members' favorite for its small-footprint embedded server.  A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive distributor of Clay Paky and ImageCue products in North America.

"We're proud that our partners had a successful show capped by recognition from LDI 2015 and PLASA members for their innovative products," says Ben Saltzman, President and CEO of A.C.T Lighting. "It's an honor to represent such creative and innovative inventors and manufacturers.  These are the products that allow the artists we serve to realize their unmatched creative vision."

Clay Paky won LDI's Best Debuting Product award in the Lighting category for Spheriscan, which was cited for "making the scanner fixture relevant again and moving the state of the art in reflected beam fixtures by several orders of magnitude."

Clay Paky's Mythos fixture was also honored with one of four Parnelli Awards for "indispensable technology."  Parnelli Awards recognize pioneering, influential professionals and companies.  Mythos won the Lighting category; the honor marked the fourth award in the fixture's brief history.

ImageCue won the PLASA Members Choice Award in the Gadget category for products small enough to fit in a pocket or a small backpack.  The award, recognizing outstanding new entertainment technology products, was voted on by all PLASA members attending the show.  The ImageCue embedded server enables users to select and display images and videos from a DMX512 lighting console without requiring the complexity of a media server.  ImageCue joined the A.C.T Lighting roster earlier this year.


About A.C.T Lighting

A leading importer and distributor of lighting products, A.C.T Lighting, Inc. strives to identify future trends and cutting-edge products, and stock, sell and support their inventory.  The company provides superior customer service and value for money to all of its clients.  

For more information visit www.actlighting.com.

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