Moving Heads tungsten wash light
All elements are movable(Pan and tilt range) for making animation and all objects are tidy in separate layers.
All formats zip files has enclosed material and texture. But it could need some texture reassigning.
The moving heads lights are also called automated lights, moving light or intelligent lighting. It refers to stage lighting that has automated or mechanical abilities beyond those of traditional, traditional, stationary illumination.
There are many patents for intelligent lighting dating back from 1906, with Edmond Sohlberg of Kansas City, USA. The lantern used a carbon-arc bulb and was operated not by motors or any sorts of electronics, but by cords that were operated manually to regulate pan, tilt and zoom.
1925 saw the first use of electrical motors to move the fixture and with it the beam position, by Herbert F. King.
A moving head light, properly called a luminaire, fixture, is a versatile and multi-function instrument designed to replace multiple conventional, non-moving lights. Depending on the venue and application, automated luminaires are often versatile and economical addition to a stock or traditional lights because, with proper programming, they will swiftly alter many aspects of their optics.
Most moving heads have features such as pan, tilt, fine pan, fine tilt, dimmer, shutter, cyan, magenta, yellow, and remote patching channel.
At FlatPyramid, we have developed a 3D model of the moving head wash light. All the elements in the model are movable for making animation and all objects are tidy in separate layers. It is available in different formats for commercial and non-commercial purposes. We hope you like it.
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