e:cue lighting control debuts VMC DMX

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22179 0 thumb Date Announced: 30 Apr 2010

-- Straightforward DVI to DMX Converter for Creative LED Media Installations

e:cue lighting control makes video-to -light installations easier than ever with its debut Video Micro Converter DMX (VMC DMX). This compact device converts DVI source to DMX512 protocol for control of creative LED media installations.

One VMC grabs video signals of up to 4096 pixels from a DVI source and converts them to DMX channels, while multiple VMCs can be daisy-chained to convert an entire video via DVI signal for projects requiring more than 4096 pixels. The VMC features very flexible pixel mapping capabilities for demanding LED installations ranging from a few hundred to one million pixels.

Each VMC has an internal active DVI signal booster for repeating and boosting the DVI signal when multiple VMCs are clustered to control video installations greater than 4096 pixels. A default image file can be uploaded onto the VMC, using a PC, for display in the event of video input loss. Specific layout of lighting fixtures in a project is customized using e:cue’s Patchelor software tool. Custom matrix or curvilinear-shaped LED screens are mapped using the software for precise video lighting installations.

VMC DMX is the perfect solution for lighting professionals who want to simply use video from DVD players, computers, and various other DVI sources, to display them on creative LED media installations.

About e:cue lighting control
Flexibility. Simplicity. Innovation.

e:cue lighting control develops state-of-the-art control and automation solutions, and works with lighting professionals and partners around the world to deliver dynamic lighting experiences. An industry leader with an integrated software and hardware portfolio, e:cue provides reliable control solutions for any dynamic lighting project.

e:cue, as part of “Traxon Technologies – An OSRAM Company”, is headquartered in Paderborn, Germany with regional offices in Europe, North America, South America, Asia and the Middle East. Distribution and support is managed through e:cue’s extensive worldwide partner network.

Contact
Rhedon Begolli

E-mail:rhedon.begolli@ecue.com

Web Site:www.ecue.com

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