Create magical lighting effects for paintings with framing. We show you what matters with projectors.
Curators and lighting designers define framing, or lighting with the use of contours, as sharply defined beams of light that precisely illuminate exhibits in galleries and museums. The background, usually the wall, remains in the dark, thus creating a beguiling and magical impression. Conventional projectors only fulfil this single lighting task though, and are inflexible in further applications. ERCO has developed a solution for this with the Eclipse and Parscan contour spotlights. Professional spotlights for galleries and museums feature the flexibility of changing the light distribution without tools. This means that in no time at all, a luminaire with framing functionality is transformed into a spotlight with round light distribution – and vice versa.
To achieve flexible exhibition lighting solely with contour spotlights, pay attention to:
- Future-proof thanks to interchangeable light distributions with one handed operation
- Special light distributions for short and long distances
- Perfect rendering of colours due to a wide selection of light spectra
- Flexible use with tunable white and RGBW
- Sizes and lumen packages to match the exhibit
- Simple handling
Eclipse and Parscan have the complete range of features of an excellent contour spotlight. This gives you planning reliability in galleries and museums, for example if you require flexible lighting concepts due to changing exhibition scenarios.