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Apollo And Blue Pony Release Digital ColourScenic Standards

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FORT WAYNE, IN--Apollo Design Technology and Blue Pony Digital launched the Top 100 Apollo ColourScenic standards in digital format. The same top-quality ColourScenic gobos used for lighting can now be used in projection and media servers formatted at optimal resolution.

"Apollo introduced the ColourScenic glass gobo, in November 1999, winning ESTA's Dealer's Choice Award for New Product of the Year," states Apollo dealer manager Keith Kankovsky.

With frequent requests for Apollo standards in digital format from Apollo and Blue Pony customers, Joel Nichols, president and founder of both companies, decided Apollo and BluePony should join together to release the award winning gobos in a digital le. Nichols said, "We really see Blue Pony providing great content to the market. We're really excited to provide the popular ColourScenic patterns in a digital format."

The Top 100 ColourScenic patterns collection will be available at LDI in Orlando, November16 - 18th. Blue Pony Sales Representatives will be available at booth #435, next to the Apollobooth, to answer questions and display the product.

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