Archive for the ‘Lighting’ Category

Project Showcase – Freaqshow programming by Hybrid Visuals

Posted on: January 20th, 2017

Making a Cue-based show – even if it short –  could be really head-scratching  when you need to manage and synchronise multiple software. See how Hybrid Visuals managed that for last year’s Freaqshow using Vezér, Resolume and QLab.

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Control DMX Assistant by Vezér

Posted on: November 15th, 2016

If you are working with DMX and lighting and your never heard about DMX Assistant you should check it out immediately! It is a super-simple yet powerful lighting control app, which allowing you to create scenes which you can trigger, or fade-in and -out via MIDI  even with HTP merging.

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Sounds great, right? The tip on the iceberg is you can trigger that scenes by MIDI – this is how you can do that in Vezér:

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Project Showcase – CK Pagony 2016 by Luma Beamerz

Posted on: August 4th, 2016

CK Pagony 2016 – a minimalist stage design created by Luma Beamerz, combination of multiple kind of LED strips and projection.

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Project Showcase – Prismatic by Meptik

Posted on: May 19th, 2016

Prismatic – the latest eye-cathcing light installation by Meptik, a really great combination of kinetics and LED lighting.

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Project Showcase – NatGeo Brain Games Commercial Spot

Posted on: April 19th, 2016

Fiber optic lighting and LED curtains makes the famous National Geographics Channel’s Brain Games TV Spot elegantly futuristic. Now we have a chance to take a look behind the scenes and get know how the system worked, thanks to Nick Rivero from Meptik!

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Lighting for Beginners – DMX and Art-Net

Posted on: September 14th, 2015

Since we added support for lighting rigs thru Art-Net in Vezér 1.3, we’ve received a lot of questions about how to start, where to start and other questions from you, related to DMX, Art-Net, LEDs, etc. – well, lighting in general.  We decided to start a serie of articles to help you to dive into the land of (stage) lighting – which could be a bit scary territory if you never met this stuff before, but do not worry, here we go!

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