Batteries of light
20 meters under the cobblestones of Arras, the Quarry of Wellington is a place steeped in memory and emotion. During the First World War, thousands of soldiers were stationed there, a few meters from the front line, before setting out on April 9, 1917 in the Battle of Arras. A symbolic place often used by the local Tourist Office, as a few days ago, where guests of a CAC40 business seminar were invited to walk through 500 meters of galleries to their reception room installed in the underground quarry of Bleinheim.
Maneuvering to illuminate the accesses and the various rooms of the quarry, One Event Live has deployed a great array of Starway battery-powered projectors: 48 EarthKolor, 24 WindKolor and 26 BoxKolor UHD in the galleries for an exceptional lighting, plus 4 CityKolor 5410 HD in the reception room.
"When it comes to highlighting exceptional places that are particularly difficult to access, we never hesitate to use our Starway battery powered spotlights. They give us the full range of power needed to showcase all places, from the most intimate to the most majestic, while protecting us from the constraints of a mains power supply", the technical team of One Events Live.
Starway, complete autonomy...