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  • Grix's Avatar
    Today, 02:55
    LaserShowGen is now available on Linux, as a beta version. Might still be buggy but most features have been tested to work. Supports Helios, LaserDock for sure. IDN works-ish but is glitchy. Etherdream should work in theory but I haven't tested.
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  • Guido's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:08
    Guido replied to a thread DutchLEM 2020 in Laser Meet-N-Greet
    Hi Dimitri, add me an Isabell to your List. As far as i know also Mackel and Norbert will be there. We will bring some new Shows and the needed Hardware for a 5-Laser Setup. I think LAN Cable to Stage and a Switche on Stage is there ?
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  • danielbriggs's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:56
    Whoever has butchered those beam tables needs a good delivery of a firm-hard-kick. O_o
    1849 replies | 317082 view(s)
  • dkumpula's Avatar
    Yesterday, 13:24
    dkumpula replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    There isnít detailed geo-correction like pincushion or keystone available as of v0.9.23 Beta. Iím not sure I have the latest beta version though. A picture of the image settings screen is attached below. David
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  • mixedgas's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:00
    Thank you, Download in progress... Steve
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  • norty303's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:13
    norty303 replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    David (or James) Is there a way to adjust the projection zone geometry in the latest version of LaserOS? I bought one of the LaserDock DACs when they first came out and used it on actual gigs a couple of times, but then when they revamped the software, suddenly the zone geometry adjustment...
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  • JStewart's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:27
    Steve, Depending what you are doing, you might find the newly released IDN Laser Tester utility that has been posted over on http://www.ilda-digital.com useful too. James
    12 replies | 2437 view(s)
  • JStewart's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:22
    JStewart replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    I first saw this at the UKLEM earlier this year, then again at the PLASA exhibition. Like others have said, itís reasonably well built, and the beams convergence is quite good for such a low-cost and compact little projector. There are two different power levels available; 1W and 2W. The 2W...
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  • Datsurb's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 22:41
    No miracle expected. ;)
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  • lasermaster1977's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 15:45
    Thanks Espen. So, for sure I can't swing miracles for this weekend, but be patient and I'll give 'er a go, eh?
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  • Datsurb's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 15:28
    The gig are this weekend. But I still would love if you could have a go. It would be used at a later show then. Feel free to do whatever you like and choose. Anything goes in the rock & roll world. Sorry for the late response. Been busy at work as usual. Espen
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  • swamidog's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 10:38
    I took one of our Radiator prototypes to the 2019 ILDA conference and had some really fun laserjam sessions with Tim Walsh on his Lasergraph DSP (such a cool system). Footage courtesy of Chris Stuart. (I owe you a latte)
    71 replies | 4655 view(s)
  • Bradfo69's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 08:53
    Bradfo69 replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    Thanks for the review. I saw one in action at the UKLEM as well and it's been on the radar for awhile. The fact you can run shows from your phone on a battery powered device to demo for people who don't know what you're talking about when you get to talking about lasers, is pretty impressive.
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  • nmaddix's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 08:21
    Thanks a million for the detailed suggestions. It's been a while since I've debugged anything electronic but your ideas brought me right back to those old tricks. Funnily enough, when I turned the laser on this time there was zero vertical jitter. That's actually bad news, since an intermittent...
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  • dkumpula's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 08:17
    dkumpula replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    Yes, I have got one of these (sent to me as a sample for comment/testing purposes). Although I've spoken with several folks about it and demo'd it a couple times, I have been meaning to post a proper review so allow me to do that now. Let me start by saying I am impressed for the most part. ...
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  • Grix's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 05:57
    Grix replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    I recently confirmed with them that the laserdock libraries are indeed compatible with the cube as well.
    10 replies | 241 view(s)
  • buffo's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 05:54
    The jitter you see in the video looks like signal interference on the Y axis. Could be a bad ground, bad cable, or a loose connection. Could also be bad position feedback coming back into the amp from the scanners. Couple things you can try... First: Swap one end of the cables that go...
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  • clickamouse's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 05:37
    clickamouse replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    Still not varianced, it would seem...
    10 replies | 241 view(s)
  • buffo's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 05:25
    buffo replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    Kumpula had a lasercube on display in the cafeteria at SELEM this year. Cool little unit, although the color balance is massively blue-heavy. Still, when you turn the blue down to get a reasonable white you still have a nice 300-ish mw projector, and it's battery-powered, which is pretty unique. ...
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  • buffo's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 05:20
    Do you know when it supposedly happened? The photo you posted looks old; if this was something that happened long ago it may not have been deemed newsworthy - especially if it was quickly shut down. Then too, even if it did make the papers, if it happened before the explosion of the world...
    1 replies | 208 view(s)
  • buffo's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 05:16
    buffo replied to a thread CYGN-B in The Lounge
    Man, we have *got* to get all you guys together in one room at SELEM next year! With the renewed interest in all things abstract I think it's time to plan another round-table discussion around analog effects... Adam
    117 replies | 4058 view(s)
  • JohnYayas's Avatar
    11-20-2019, 02:14
    JohnYayas replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    It seems to be basically a LaserDock that is small and battery patterned. Based on that I assume it is compatible with my software (Spaghetti) but it isn't listed on their webpage.
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  • lasermaster1977's Avatar
    11-19-2019, 10:59
    Love the dude. What is the latest you would need it? I might take a crack at it...
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  • kecked's Avatar
    11-19-2019, 08:05
    For that i could buy a yellow opsl and red one. almost a third one too!
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  • mixedgas's Avatar
    11-19-2019, 06:15
    If I had twelve grand laying around, I doubt I would "PM Sent", or I would get an Orange OPSL from Coherent. Steve
    1849 replies | 317082 view(s)
  • kecked's Avatar
    11-19-2019, 04:04
    If those are the Epcot lasers. Bury them they are dead. Last I saw the show five years back they where pretty enemic.
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  • kecked's Avatar
    11-19-2019, 04:02
    The Venus seems to have slightly better scanning and divergence. Just read the specs. Honestly thatís not much of a projector. You should be able to build it yourself for about half sans scanners. The scanners they offer a fine for beam shows but if you want graphics spend a bit more and go...
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  • norty303's Avatar
    11-19-2019, 04:01
    Presumably its because the Starburst comes with the grating effects wheel. However you have to be sure, its an option, and they don't always have stock (as I found out when enquiring about the Starburst 5.5 last year) Also, the Starburst appears to have better beam specs (1mrad vs 1.4mrad)
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  • VDX's Avatar
    11-19-2019, 00:57
    VDX replied to a thread LaserCube in Lasers, All Kinds.
    ... check the energy and safety specs -- seems to be one of this "toys", which regularly pops up and vanishes pretty fast again >:) Viktor
    10 replies | 241 view(s)
  • blabberbytes's Avatar
    11-18-2019, 19:21
    What do yall think about the LaserCube? Looks like a fun toy. I would like to use Touchdeisgner to create shows with this but Not sure if it's compatible. https://www.wickedlasers.com/cube
    10 replies | 241 view(s)
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