The CueCore will be launched at the stand of Visual Productions, Hall 11.0 A69 during Prolight+Sound, Frankfurt, Germany in April.
The CueCore is a stand-alone lighting controller. The device is completely solid-state, with no moving parts; it is an extremely secure and low-maintenance installation control solution that has only a minimal power consumption.
All operating and programming is done through its dynamic and rich, web 2.0 interface. Connected to a browser, the CueCore unfolds itself into a 1024 channel lighting controller, complete with an industry-standard command-line interface.
With lighting projects becoming more complex every day, the CueCore features a powerful Show Control logic for advanced system integration. This allows for interaction with other types of equipment and controllers. The Show Control editor enables you to program triggers and actions based on events from scheduled dates or times, GPI or any other incoming signal. The Show Control editor also allows for powerful protocol conversions between any physical port, like DMX or MIDI and Ethernet based protocols.
With its exceptional value-for-money, the CueCore also features a DMX recorder with a capacity for storing 16 individual tracks. Each track has 1024 channels and is compressed for maximum duration. Multiple tracks can be played back, each with individual master levels.
On the stand Visual Productions will demonstrate the features and interconnectivity of the CueCore. An example, for the ultimate stand-alone playback, the CueCore is compatible with the VisualTouch software. VisualTouch is a cross-platform (Windows, Mac & Linux) touch screen user-interface. In the CueCore you can program any combination of buttons, faders, colour-pickers, etc that will be available to the operators using VisualTouch.
You can expand your system and channel count by linking multiple CueCores.
Visual Productions will also be demonstrating the latest versions of their cross-platform software lighting controller, Cuelux and the new personality file Builder software, which was previewed during Prolight+Sound last year.