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8/11/2020

Compulite's Vector Ultra Violet consoles for "The Chase"

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The program "The Chase" is the Israeli version of the British trivia show "The Chase" from ITV. The show aired with the opening of "KAN 11" broadcasts and was a huge success.

On this show, four players who do not know each other, team up and playing against a professional knowledge genius known as the "Chaser."

The team of the four contestants individually attempt to amass as much money as possible, which is later added to a prize fund if the contestant survives their chase. The chaser must attempt to catch each contestant during their chase, eliminating that person from the game and preventing the money from being added to the collective prize fund. In the individual chase, the player must choose between a higher offer, their earned money, and a lower offer. Later, in the final round, contestants who survived their chases play collectively as a team against the chaser for an equal share of the prize fund.

As in its previous seasons, on this season, trivia enthusiasts from around the country will try to defeat the invincible chasers, Itai Hermann and Michal Sharon. The show is hosted by Ido Rosenblum, who has previously hosted several TV shows.

The set was programmed and controlled by two Compulite's Vector Ultra Violet connected in a Master-Node session.

There were a total of 7 DMX outputs when one Vector Ultra Violet controlled the moving lights while the other Vector Ultra Violet controlled the TV lighting and the LED strips on the set.

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The lighting show was designed and provided by Ofer Yaakobi, while Ronen Ben-Harosh programmed and operated the lighting system.

Lighting programmer and operator Ronen Ben-Harosh said: " It's fun to go back to an interesting production with nice and loved people..."

The Controlled Equipment included:

  • Vector Red controlled:
    • 80 Moving lights
    • 60 LED profiles
    • White light fixtures
    • LED stripes for the scenery

PRODUCTS INVOLVED

Photo Credits: Ronen Ben-Harosh