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New Wireless Battery Par Uncovered! Hemisphere™ with At Full™ app Wireless DMX Control

Waukesha, Wis. (May 3, 2021) – Get ready to conquer (the other) half of the world with this versatile, battery-powered fixture offering LED beam, wash & glow effects that will give you spheres for years! Hemisphere™️ is a new 15W 4-in-1 RGBW lighting effect fixture fitted with a single LED light source. It’s powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which has a ten-hour runtime, and runs up to 16 hours on a single color. An 8.5V 2000ma charger is also included. At its core, Hemisphere is designed with built-in wireless compatibility for DMX control via the At Full™ lighting control app—internally developed software by Blizzard Lighting—which is available on both iOS & Android. Additionally, users can control DMX with Art-Net, sACN, and...

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New, Powerful 3-in-1 RGB Linear Pixel FX Lighting Fixture: StormChaser™ Supercell

Waukesha, Wis. (January 20, 2021) – A storm’s a-brewin' this winter in Wisconsin, and it’s serving up one super fresh, RGB pixel effect bar! New from Blizzard Lighting is StormChaser™️ Supercell, a 1-meter-long LED batten/strip fixture that offers color mixing via 224 SMD5050 RGB LEDs along with some serious pixel mapping power. The latest addition to the StormChaser line of LED products is fitted with 16 individually controllable, 7x2 ‘cells’ that deliver spectacular, fast-paced visual effects via DMX, auto, or sound/active modes, and flexible control with multiple DMX personalities ranging from ranging from 7-52 channels. A single Supercell fixture can create either frosted, blackout, or intense pixel effects thanks to its three interchangeable lens options (frosted, opaque, clear) that all...

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Introducing Mixtape™ Series – Fixtures Designed for Your Stage

Waukesha, Wis. (January 13, 2021) – Hit play on Mixtape – a brand new, four-product line of LED lighting effects made to bring the hi-fi to your rig’s light show! Blizzard Lighting’s Mixtape™ Series includes a combination of moving lights, lasers, LED washes, and strobe effects – fixtures designed for your stage – whether that’s a private party, professional installation, garage band gig, or even a wedding. “One goal with Mixtape was to create a solid line of lighting products not only for the current environment, but with core features for use in multiple applications down the road,” states Lucas Alonso, Product Design Manager at Blizzard Lighting. “We focused on a high-quality design that is also affordable, and packaged it...

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Meet Enigma™ M4 – A Next-Gen FX Engine & Flagship Console by Blizzard Lighting

Waukesha, Wis. (August 11, 2020) – It’s no mystery; the Enigma™ M4 lighting console is best in (light) show with its next-gen effects engine offering infinite creativity, and it’s brand new from Blizzard Lighting.   Intuitively designed, Enigma M4 allows real-time control of 4 universes (2,048 channels) via Art-Net, or 2x universes (1,024 channels) when using its optically isolated, rear DMX outputs.   The control panel provides three-color, adjustable back-lit buttons (red, green, or yellow); four backlit encoders (blue); 15 linear faders (+40 pages); and 20 playback keys (+20 pages) which make programming a breeze for anyone.   “We had multiple users in mind when developing this console, allowing for both effortless pre-programmed shows and smooth, on-the-fly application,” describes Lucas...

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Blizzard Lighting Secures KN95 Masks for Community & Individuals

Waukesha, Wis. (May 8, 2020) – Blizzard Lighting is a leading developer & manufacturer of LED lighting products for event production, entertainment, theater, house of worship, and architectural markets, as well as the IRiS™ brand of LED video wall display panels, and has been innovating and creating for over 10 years.   In the midst of the modern world’s longest “intermission” in history, the Blizzard Lighting team is doing what they can to help on as many fronts as possible. Closest to home, Blizzard Lighting is doing all they can to keep their entire staff employed and paid until the curtain rises and the stage lights come up again.   “The team at Blizzard is my family. I miss my...

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