ArKaos, leading provider of technology for live visual performances, is very happy to announce that, following its successful launch at PLASA 2011, the revolutionary ArKaos Kling-Net protocol has been adopted into two new LED lighting fixtures from Chauvet.
Released at LDI 2011, the pixel-based fixtures are the first in Chauvet’s burgeoning new Epix range, which are to be operated exclusively by Kling-Net.
“We are very excited by Kling-Net as the protocol is both affordable and easy for the average person to use,” says Chauvet President, Albert Chauvet. “Enhanced by the sophisticated levels of control, video and pixel-related products are now accessible to every degree of ability and budget. We strive to work with partners who share our vision, which is providing quality products at a good value. We believe ArKaos’s Kling-Net will do so across all our markets.”
The move from Chauvet follows hot on the heels of Highlight International BV of Netherlands which recently incorporated Kling-Net into its new Pixelstrip P25 and Pixelbatten P25 fixtures, both of which were released at PLASA.
ArKaos is a world leading developer of real-time visual processing technologies for live visual performance. The company develops visual synthesizers that trigger and manipulate graphic content for display on large screens at concerts, clubs, etc.
Founded in 1996, ArKaos started as a software company but today it also develops the ArKaos A30, a unique hardware media server that delivers an unrivalled performance in speed, effects and manipulation of simultaneous high-definition video streams.