LumenRadio, world leader in wireless technologies for the entertainment industries, are proud to announce an OEM partnership with California based Hive Lighting.
Since 2011, LA based Hive Lighting has been providing multiple different high performance and energy efficient lighting solutions. Their niche products are developed for many different areas; ranging from film, photography and TV productions to science and sports – all developed to fit the demands and standards of professional lighting technicians.
“Our C-Series products are used for film, television and digital media production, as well as scientific research and testing. We also have an architectural fixture line, ArcHIVE, and those are used for museums, galleries, theaters, hotels, retail stores and other high-end architectural applications.” says Robert Rutherford, Hive Lighting’s founder.
Having a wireless option is a must-have feature in the professional lighting industry today. Hive Lighting’s fixtures offers the user a huge amount of control; the user is able to adjust features such as color temperature, saturation and hue, as well as choose various white light profiles and run special lighting effects, to name a few. Having access to these controls wirelessly allows the user the maximum amount of creativity and flexibility while saving time and money.
“LumenRadio is the entertainment industry standard for adding reliable wireless DMX control for production lighting. We chose LumenRadio to allow our fixture to be compatible with all of the control systems in place throughout the film, TV and digital production industry.” says Robert Rutherford.
Says Robert Larsson, Sales Director at LumenRadio: “We are very happy to have Hive Lighting onboard as an OEM partner. Hive is an innovative company with great people and great products and we are delighted they have decided to use LumenRadio as their trusted wireless partner. We are confident that Hive Lighting, and their customers, will have an exciting and bright future of creative projects ahead of them.”