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Quasar Science introduces flexible Ossium Ladder rigging solution

Feb 25, 2024

Quasar Science, a leading provider of advanced lighting solutions and a Videndum brand, has announced the release of the Ossium Ladder, a flexible tube light rigging solution. Shown for the first time at BSC Show in London, the Ossium Ladder, designed in collaboration with G-Force Grips, brings volume lighting to creators working in any space.

“The Ossium Ladder revolutionises rigging solutions for small to mid-sized studios,” said Michael Herbert, Quasar Science’s head of product management. “Its slim profile and flexible design empowers creators to easily rig an array of tube lights while optimising space usage to the fullest.”

The Ossium Ladder is designed to hang from any overhead fixing point. It allows rapid rigging of up to sixteen 2’, 4’, or 8’ Rainbow tube lights into an adjustable volume, via the built-in Nato rail. Users can control up to 768 addressable pixels with connected Rainbow fixtures, achieving powerful creative lighting setups even in small spaces. This allows virtual production setups to build a dynamic wall of light to complement LED volumes for immersive image-based lighting without additional LED wall investment.

Despite its lightweight nature and compact profile, the Ossium Ladder boasts robust construction using high-quality materials, ensuring durability on set. With a maximum weight capacity of 330 lbs, it provides stability and safety for lighting setups. Optional T12 clamps are available to allow other tube lights, such as Crossfade X to be connected.

More information about image-based lighting and the Quasar Science linear LED lighting range can be found at www.quasarscience.com

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