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Equipson upgrades LightShark

Equipson upgrades LightShark

Equipson upgrades LightShark

Lighting technicians can now create and synchronise effects on multiple parameters and apply different types of curves during each step of the effect, thanks to an update to LightShark’s FX engine. It is also now possible to position fixtures on a grid so that the engine can easily find them and apply effects at the right point in relation to these fixtures. The upgrade required a major re-working of the product’s original renderer.

Once completed, this allowed the engine to operate in two very different modes – basic, where effects and shapes are created around a base value, and advanced, where users can define minimum and maximum values and create effects with up to six different steps. They can also stack up to 20 layers of effects and synchronise different layers with each other.

Other benefits include the ability to choose up to 24 directions when applying an effect, the ability to create parts and blocks of fixtures within the effects themselves and the ability to adjust the number of repetitions of each effect. Users can also apply different types of curves to each of the steps, as well as to modify the parameters of the curves.

Colour tags can also be associated with a particular group to make it easier to locate. In addition, users can change the behaviour of the CLEAR button (single or double), adjust the speed of the effects with TAP to time and set a physical fader as a master of speed or effect size.



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