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    www.PangolinBEYOND.com

    BEYOND... The future of laser show creation technology has been custom built from the groundup, and combines the power
    and functionality of LD2000, together with the ease of use and speed of QuickShow. BEYOND will include new features that
    no other laser software on this planet has, truly making it the future of laser show creation technology.



    In this first post you will find all information about the new Pangolin BEYOND software such as features, screenshots, pricing, hardware options ect.
    As soon as I can I will update this post with more information.


    It is compatible with both the LD2000 and QuickShow systems, so users can create content in BEYOND, and move back and forth from either of these platforms.

    Pricing of Beyond:

    New Systems:

    The BEYOND System comes with the option of using it with the FB3-QS or QM2000 hardware. Both hardware options work with BEYOND.

    BEYOND Essentials: $1495
    BEYOND Advanced: $2495
    BEYOND Ultimate: $4995

    Upgrade options LD2000:

    LD2000 Intro Upgrade Options:
    Intro to BEYOND Essentials: $745
    Intro to BEYOND Advanced: $1745
    Intro to BEYOND Ultimate: $4245

    LD2000 Basic Upgrade Options:
    Basic to BEYOND Essentials: $745
    Basic to BEYOND Advanced: $1245
    Basic to BEYOND Ultimate: $3745

    LD2000 PRO Upgrade Options:
    PRO to BEYOND Essentials: $745
    PRO to BEYOND Advanced: $1245
    PRO to BEYOND Ultimate: $2495

    Upgrade options FB3-QS:

    QS to BEYOND Essentials: $895
    QS to BEYOND Advanced: $1895
    QS to BEYOND Ultimate: $4395


    Screen Shots of Beyond:







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    I guess it is July 16th there huh?
    Love, peace, and grease,

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    I guess it is July 16th there huh?
    Well, it is here in Australia
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    LD2000 Pro + QM2000.net + Beyond
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    Hmm what's this doing on my pc?
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    And.......0... Blastoff.....c'mon.
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    FS: hi grade SEAL DUST

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    Just wait for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jooopy View Post
    And.......0... Blastoff.....c'mon.
    Huston, we have an problem

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    haha commencing repairs?

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    Pretty neat! Now time for Laser Wolfenstein 3D.

    Is the Beyond technology available as an engine? I can think of applications for modeling stuff in 3D and letting Beyond display it interactively. I think Zoof worked on something similar awhile back, though.

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    zoof did but as far as I know it didn' support real 3D formats other then 3D ilda :/
    But it was still cool
    Anyway I can't wait

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