WORK PRO introduces a new concept of lighting console at Prolight+Sound 2017

WORK PRO launched at ProLight+Sound 2017 (Frankfurt) its best innovation in the world of lighting so far, with a new concept of lighting console that changes the way of working until now existed in the market. We talk about the LightShark project, a lighting software that unlike what exists until now, is neither installed on a PC nor operated entirely from a console.

It’s a system based on WEB, offering the possibility to be controlled from many device as a PC / MAC, tablet or smartphone, operating with the software whitin the light console. The console (the first in the series to come), named LS-1, has playbacks faders, flash buttons, encoders and a 4.7 “screen that interacts with the processor, at the same time via Wifi, its showed a graphical interface and the power of a touch monitor in another device. In this way, several advantages are obtained:

– No need to install any applications on the PC or tablet as they connect to the console via WEB

– The graphics power of the monitors is developed by the PC or tablet leaving the console only DMX processing work.

– The console works totally and independently of the PC or tablet and even the WIFI connection is lost doesn’t stop and it is totally operative

– Via WEB can connect up to 3 monitors with 3 different screens

With up to 8 DMX universes, LightShark offers enough power to perform small and medium events.

At Prolight & Sound tradeshow WORK PRO launched two products of the LightShark range. The LS-1 console and the LS-Core which is the same hardware as LS-1 but without controls.

Michael Williams

About Michael Williams

Michael is a project manager at rAVe [Publications]. You can reach him at michael@ravepubs.com.