TurboRay debuts on The Tonight Show
Monday, 7 October 2019
Zac Brown on The Tonight Show
USA - High End Systems’ TurboRay made its TV debut on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The entertainment talk show is using eight of the new fixtures onstage for its musical guest performance segments.
TurboRay’s deep saturated colours along with aerial beams - with twinkling rays of light, digital breakups and dynamic effects from the animation and gobo wheels - enhanced the Zac Brown Band, Mark Ronson (featuring Yebba), Bastille, and more to come in its Studio 6B location in Manhattan’s Rockefeller Centre.
WorldStage provides all the gear - including the TurboRay - for The Tonight Show. HES East Coast regional sales manager Bobby Hale says, “We are happy to work with Fred Bock and the Tonight Show team to showcase the new TurboRay. It is a fantastic scenic LED effects wash. The combination of four RGBW LED engines and the radial primary diffusers provide the lighting designers an unlimited amount of looks that the cameras and audiences love. I look forward to seeing all the new and creative looks that Fred comes up with.”
Manufactured in Austin, Texas, TurboRay was not only designed for its stage lighting effects, but also to captivate the cameras and the crowds. It has become an in-demand product for upcoming tours, broadcast television shows and other special events such as the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall in November.
(Jim Evans)

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