LiteConsole represents an innovative, dynamic, high visual impact solution for numerous applications; corporate A/V presentations, live musician and DJ performances, television and film recording projects, information booths at exhibitions and public areas, temporary retail counters in airports and shopping malls, and more.
When DJ legend Paul Oakenfold commissioned Litestructures to develop a performance platform to reinforce his stage presence on Madonna's global "Sticky & Sweet" tour, the challenge gave birth to the perfect solution for profile enhancement: LiteConsole. This lightweight, innovative, modular, easy-to-assemble system incorporates Litestructures renowned attention to creative detail, coupled with unrivalled knowledge and experience within the industry, and is now available to you in a commercially practical format.
LiteConsole is an extremely versatile podium structure that offers a portable and high-visual-impact solution for any number of applications from corporate A/V presentations, live musician and DJ performances, or recording projects to trade shows and exhibitions where it makes an eye-catching information/reception booth.
LiteConsole modules comprise just six (or ten for the XPRS) easy-to-connect sections. Standard modules are designed to house a logo panel, although this open space could feature a 50” PLASMA screen, back-lit corporate logo, LED panels, starcloth, or any other form of messaging.
The new and the old of Liverpool combined to create a truly special event in one of the city's most beautiful and historic buildings. This was the perfect setting for the launch of Prolyte Group's new version of its performance platform, LiteConsole.
|The 2010 40th anniversary Glastonbury Festival saw an impressive 7 modular LiteConsoles in action across 4 stages - including the renowned Pyramid stage. Kelis, Tinchy Stryder and Simian Mobile Disco were among the famous names whose stage sets incorporated LiteConsoles.|
Following the success of Paul Oakenfold's console, DJ "H", Kudos Managing Director approached Litestructures to make a LiteConsole for their many events throughout the year.
|Ibiza Rocks is a summer-long festival of live music that has run annually since 2005. Prolyte Group was commissioned to supply a branded version of its performance platform, LiteConsole, to create striking visual impact as part of selected live shows and DJ sets.|