It is important to understand what led up to DMX512 so we can really get excited about what is to come in the next five, 10, and 20 years. Before we say thank you to DMX512, it is fitting to look back 50 plus years and say thank you, George C. Izenour, for the remote controlled dimmer and the 10-preset console; remember the thyratron tube dimmer built from US Navy WWII surplus?! Thank you Ned Lustig for the remote dimmer per circuit light strip. Thank you Ed Kook for Edkotron electronic ...
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