Painting With Light—Understanding Pixel Mapping

These tube lights from Quasar Science give creatives new opportunities with Pixel Mapping. But what is it, and how do you implement it?

Quasar Science is a Los Angeles-based lighting company that has been making killer lights that are not only quality but simple enough to be implemented into any workflow.

From traditional filament-style LED bulbs to a wide array of dumb and smart tube lights, the company has done so well it was acquired by Videndum Production Solutions. Videndum also owns Anton Bauer and Litepanels to give you an idea of its pedigree.

With the versatile Rainbow Series of LED tube lights, Quasar Science allows filmmakers to use Pixel Mapping and get incredibly precise lighting that can help evaluate virtual productions and traditional green screens alike.

But what is Pixel Mapping, and how do you use it? First, we need to talk about one essential thing.

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