1 x CueCore
The CueCore's scheduler was programed to trigger colour changes but also a remote control was programmed using the OSC protocol in the CueCore and an iPhone installed with the TouchOSC App.
Photos copyright of W.P.highlights GmbH & Co.KG
During the Prolight+Sound tradeshow in Frankfurt (DE) Visual Productions showed the CueCore solid-state controller with the latest features like the backup function. Also they introduced the brand new IoCore, this expansion module alows you to interface digital and analog inputs and relais-switched outputs.
Lichtpunt installation at the newly renovated Drents Museum, Assen, The Netherlands.
3 x CueCore
1 x GPI
Two CueCores are used in the Yde Exhibiton seen in these photos. They were used to control 435 LEDs and 8 generic fixtures from Acclaim Lighting. The CueCore is triggered by DMX in sync with the audio and video. For further information please read the full news item.
Photos courtesy of Marcel Hectors, who also made the exhibition's video footage.
Dutch company Trend LED Lighting BV recently completed a VisualDMX installation controlling 8 lanes of “LED's go Showbowling” at 't Bourgondisch hof in Waalwijk NL.
- VisualDMX lighting control software
The GPI was required to make the “Strike Animation System”. If the bowler scores a strike then there is a contact closure that sets off a special, dynamic lighting sequence, preprogrammed in VisuaDMX.
Please see the video on youtube.
Visual Productions enjoyed a busy week in Rotterdam (NL) during the Cue2012 tradeshow. Cuelux and the CueCore were prominently shown on the booth of our distributor Full AVL.
In the booth itself, the DTS moving lights and LED were controlled by Cuelux and the matrix of DTS FOS LED bars was controlled by Canvix. The main Cuelux system also triggered Canvix by DMX-input, to fully integrate the matrix into the main show running in the booth. CueCores and iPad running TouchOSC were used for demoing features of the individual fixtures on the displays.