by Jordan Gallant ·Posted 04/17/2023
Nanlux has redefined what full-color LED lighting means for its Evoke series with the brand’s newest release: the Evoke 900C LED Spot Light. The 900C features an RGBLAC color matrix system with advanced controls and pinpoint accuracy, making it ideal for creating dynamic lighting choices on your next feature film or television set. Nanlux Evoke 900C Red, green, blue, lime, amber, and cyan make up the 900C’s 6-color array. Along with this wide color range comes a wide color temperature of 1800 to 20000K to achieve bright sunlit-like scenes
by Steven Gladstone ·Posted 06/18/2018
DMX stands for Digital Multi-PleXing, and it refers to the DMX512 spec, which means 512 channels in a universe. There isn’t a lower number of channels in a universe, as far as I know, so you can use the terms DMX and DMX512 interchangeably. If you are a stickler, there is a more recent spec (circa 1998) known as DMX512A, which is backward compatible with DMX512, but unless you are building the actual DMX circuit boards, it shouldn’t impact you. The Beginning It is 1986, and remote lighting control is a clunky mess reserved for live theater