To provide reliable outdoor lighting control fixtures, in a quick timeframe, that could assimilate with the surrounding lighting in the space.
Lightmoves worked with ULA Group to offer durable, compact RGBW fixtures which could be delivered before the statue unveiling.
Lightmoves offered the Jupiter RGBW and Capital 100 RGBW from Griven as options, based on their proven reliability, compact design and weather-resistance. Webb Australia chose to specify a combination of these two fixtures to fulfil their design requirements after reviewing different luminaires.
Lightmoves provided a Dynalite to DMX bridge, programming and integration into Melbourne and Olympic Parks’ Dynalite control network. The fixtures were scheduled in line with pre-existing lighting in the surrounds. Our Technical Director Andrew Sherar took care of commissioning the control system and programming the fixtures.
Lightmoves supplied the fixtures with glare controlling snoots to maximise their performance outdoors. Lightmoves then custom-manufactured and installed enclosures to protect the fittings from wear and tear.
Lightmoves feature lighting control evenly illuminates the Gudinski statue, whilst allowing it to integrate beautifully into the lighting environment surrounding Rod Laver.
The project was delivered on time for the Memorials’ unveiling on March 24th, 2022.
Thanks to the careful planning of the team, concertgoers will be able to appreciate the Gudinski tribute in lights for years to come.
We are pleased we could collaborate with ULA Group to find the most efficient solution for this project. Thank-you to Programmed Electrical Technologies, who completed the fixture and Dynalite installation.