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Hungary - A flurry of Daisy light


Next to the Grand Market Hall and facing the mysterious Danube river, the majestic building of the Corvinus University of Budapest was originally planned by the famous Hungarian Architect Miklós Ybl as the Main Customs Office. Its neo-renaissance style never fails to attract an overwhelming response from the many daily onlookers who visit this part of the City, fully immersed in the mystic Budapest aura.Its beauty has been further enlivened with the aid of a rich and colourful illumination which delights the surroundings as darkness descends upon the river.GRIVEN attends the show every day with a host of DAISY-OUT units, the GRIVEN miniature sized LED colour changer designed for exterior recessed applications.A total of 160 pieces of this projector were used in the building façade. The lamps are controlled separately via an Internet localized controller and given the chance to impress through a pixel-like wall art which conjugates lights flurries and words DAISY-OUT, is an IP68 rated, ultra compact LED colour changer, which offers silent operation, durability and low power consumption. Through RGB electronic mixing, an endless palette of colours is available, Make them crossfade slowly or change them individually, a smooth rainbow is promptly served . Digital remote control is available via DMX512 signal.
Please feel free to contact our authorized dealer for this area to find out more:
Zaj Diskotechnica Ltd
Jokai U. 111066 Budapest
Tel. 0036 1 222 4 666 Fax 0036 1 312 24 87
E-mail: zaj@zaj.hu

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