Strobes with Smart Assist enable visual demonstration of pattern and geometry.
Unilux, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of stroboscopic inspection solutions, announces a successful collaboration with NYC artist Christine Romanell in her current solo show "Everything Is Connected."
The show is a culmination of a year of work investigating rotational symmetry. Each painting and sculpture investigates how geometry behaves when it's rotated using the golden ratio as a guide. A trio of rotating sculptures explores the effect of strobe lights to produce varying patterns, each with a designated strobe light and custom program to achieve a series of effects.
"I have been lucky to partner with the engineers at Unilux to create a custom program that creates a harmonic relationship between flash rate and the geometric form that is in motion," said Romanell. "This collaboration has allowed me to explore a realm of pattern that I had not previously considered."
Unilux will display a strobe sculpture by artist Christine Romanell at Labelexpo Americas 2018 to demonstrate how new technology for stroboscopic inspection makes it easier to confirm print quality at full production speed.
About Artist Christine Romanell:
Christine Romanell currently lives and works in the NYC area. Her artwork has been exhibited in various venues throughout the United States. She graduated with a BFA from The School of Visual Arts, (NYC), and MFA from Montclair State University, (Montclair, NJ). She received an NEA Grant for her installation done for Chashama in NYC in 2015. Her website can be found at www.christineromanell.com.
Unilux inspection systems use the stroboscopic effect to 'freeze' motion, making the smallest of defects clearly visible at full production speed. Unilux empowers operators to quickly find and correct defects at the source to protect the company's reputation for quality and reduce waste.
Unilux, headquartered in Saddle Brook, NJ, has 56 years of experience in designing and manufacturing industrial inspection systems. Unilux stroboscopic inspection systems range from handheld units for troubleshooting anywhere on the line to fixed-mounted units capable of inspecting surfaces up to 12m wide. Unilux products are well supported throughout the world, with sales representatives in 58 countries and five global service centers.
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