When Apple announced its new Macbook Pro with Retina Display back in June, I quickly saw its potential as a lightweight projection design control machine. The slim laptop comes with two Thunderbolt ports in addition to an HDMI output, making it capable of controlling three projectors without the need for any additional peripherals. Having tested these outputs with both Isadora and Figure 53 QLab, I was pleased to find that this stripped down workflow works. The flexibility of the machine ...

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