One of my favorite booths this year was SeaChanger’s booth. Besides the fact that they have a great product and are using the LIFI lamp like rockstars, SeaChanger had their standard setup – Eileen Morris (gourmet chef and wife of Tom Morris at SeaChanger) cooked those of us at the conference some of the finest food I’ve ever eaten. Most definitely the best omelet I’ve ever eaten.
The entire booth was lit by plasma sources – I have completely forgotten the percentage that Tom Stanziano gave me about how much less power the SeaChanger booth was using by having plasma lamps in their fixtures – but at least 30% less comes to mind. The light from these LIFI sources and the SeaChanger optics is pretty stunning. The booth itself is set up like a kitchen show – broadcast camera feeds to plasma screens, showing how nice the light appears on camera.
Quite frankly, it is a damned beautiful light.
Okay – omelets, Grand Marinier whipped creme on crepes, the SeaChanger color engine, and the LIFI lamp. This was a good combination for LDI 2009 for me!
I have some really interesting stuff coming up about SeaChanger this week – you have to stay tuned, especially if you like glass color filters…
Check out some images of SeaChanger’s LDI 2009 exhibit:
That’s my hand, and it’s resting on the cooling fins of the SeaChanger below using a LIFI lamp. Awesome.
Look! It’s a Nautilus, a Profile, and a Wash!
Thanks for the omelet, Eileen!