DMX AT YOUR FINGERTIPS In the not-too-distant past, playing back the cues for a production required a complete, dedicated lighting console, even if the same set of cues was being endlessly repeated in a son et lumière, a museum exhibit, a retail display, or architectural control. The adoption of a standard digital communications protocol (DMX512), together with the advent of the affordable and(relatively) reliable microcomputer, has produced several generations of computer-based ...

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