ewo-Chameleon is a true master of transformation. Its body effortlessly adapts to its architectural surroundings, making it a standout, even after being awarded the prestigious Red Dot Design Award in 2023. However, ewo didn’t stop there. They have further enhanced the Chameleon spotlight by incorporating the GOBO feature, aiming to create the most versatile lighting fixture. Let’s explore how this new feature, GOBO, adds a touch of excitement to the lighting experience.
What does GOBO mean?
GOBO=GOes Before Optics /Graphical Optical Black-Out
GOBO, an abbreviation for “Goes Before Optics” or “Graphical Optical Black-Out,” is used in projectors with imaging optical systems and in lighting fixtures with illumination optical systems. It allows images, text, logos, and graphics (in black and white or full color) to be projected onto distant surfaces, such as in stage lighting, lighting effects, and projections. By placing a shading plate in front of the light source, different patterns or shapes can be created within the projected beam. GOBO opens up a world of artistic expression and visual storytelling in the realm of lighting design.
ewo Chameleon C210 GOBO allows multiple mounting options to fit any designs, e.g. ground, wall, pole mounted and more. Appling customized Glass GOBO lens, you have unlimited options to project any full color and complex images, while delivering high sharpness across the entire image.
Framing accessory with four blades enables precise illumination of square or triangular surfaces.
In addition, when it comes to image correction and keystone correction, ewo stands out with its expertise and advanced technology. They have the ability to calculate and provide corrected image files, ensuring optimal projection quality.