Eos v3.0 will offer a number of software advances, including ETC’s first integrated 3D programming environment: Augment3d. With fully integrated augmented reality technology in the Eos remote apps, Eos v3.0 puts the power of Augment3d in the palm of your hand
ETC’s Nick Gonsman introduces the new features that can be found in the Eos Family version 2.8 software. One of the largest changes is the full renovation of the Fixture Editor in Patch. another great new features is the Limited Expand Mode for Magic Sheets, allowing it to be viewed fullscreen. Other changes are new and improved tools when editing Relative Effects, recording Effects in Parts and Presets, a slight change to the Follow/Hang indicators that were added in v2.7, and a new Save Show File warning if there is unsaved data.
Robert Bell's series of videos explores the programmatic concepts used by the Cognito2 console and the Choreo architectural controller. He also provides tips on the operation of the Cognito console, which shares its UI and functional approach with Choreo.
To begin using the DMXcat, you will need to pair your DMXcat smartphone app with the DMXcat dongle. This first video in the series provides an overview of the DMXcat product and step-by-step instructions for initial setup.
ETC’s Prodigy Rigging Hoists are user friendly, safe to install, and most importantly, safe to operate. Rigging hoists are no longer restricted to venues with high budgets and high-level staff. Even if your venue was not originally designed to house a rigging system, Prodigy may have a retrofit option for you. With Prodigy, the modern theatre is finally within reach.