One Light to Rule Them All

One billion events, millions of lighting experts. That’s what happens. When you’ve got an event that needs lighting, you see a specialist. Freelance workers who get all up in the party lighting it with the equipment they’re known for, each group being hired for their materials. Well I say to you, no more! One light to rule them all! This here is the Helios 700W! And basically anyone can use it.

This light is made for events, but it’s not too much of a stretch to think you could use it for other things, like radical two-person disco parties, or that kittie-rave you’ve always had planned.

It’s a moving head light sliced down to the minimum weight, size, and price. It’s got a unique cooling system that makes it rather silent. It employs a wireless DMX data transfer system so there’s no six-tons of wires. Information transfer system based on military radio communication. Constructed mainly of a light aluminum-space-frame making it handle-able and rugged.

Designer: Christian Stapelbroek

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Helios 700W lighting by Christian Stapelbroek

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17 Comments

  • patty cakes says:

    awesome styling. Techy, aggresive, monolithic and dangerous. love the huge heatsinks. Looks very well thought out, kudos.

  • Confucius says:

    Nice design! But, It looks like it will kill me if I look at it.

  • A spare light for Barad-dûr. Nice.

  • Reki says:

    Cake and grief counseling will be available at the conclusion of the test.

  • simson says:

    I like this , very sharp!

  • This very high technology
    nice desgin and amazing for show
    thankyou

  • This very high technology
    nice desgin and amazing for show
    thankyou

  • jonbenya says:

    Wow, interesting design. How many channels of DMX does this use? Anyone got the tech specs on this yet? I'd love to see this in action!

  • jonbenya says:

    Wow, interesting design. How many channels of DMX does this use? Anyone got the tech specs on this yet? I'd love to see this in action!

  • Gray Davis says:

    Very nice, but where is it made?

  • Gray Davis says:

    Very nice, but where is it made?

  • MMMEEE says:

    Other than a unique paint job, how is this any different to any current moving light? Show me why one doesn't need a technician to program it.

  • MMMEEE says:

    Other than a unique paint job, how is this any different to any current moving light? Show me why one doesn't need a technician to program it.

  • Raptious says:

    Love it till the wireless craps out.

  • Raptious says:

    Love it till the wireless craps out.

  • Christian says:

    This product was part of my diploma thesis and unfortunately it is not available. I'm very happy about all your comments, thank you so much! MMMEEE i can assure you, that there are major improvements. Throughout my very close-up research, communication with both major manufactures ( Martin and Varilight ) and by joining several build-up's for large scale concerts, i discovered quite a bit potential for improvements. As you may understand YANKODESIGN is not the platform to unveil the whole story behind it, and i am not willing to as well. Raptious, the wireless technique is already proven in a lot of events. If you are interested in more information, by example the opening of the ” berliner Ostbahnhof” was celebrated by having two trains piled up with lights arriving in the station. They've been controlled by W-DMX, because there wasn't a chance to use old fashion wiring.
    If you are interested in a bit more.. feel free to ask!
    Thanks again and take care!
    Christian

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