James Eade is a chartered engineer and has worked in the entertainment industry for over 20 years, covering most genres including touring, theatre, corporate events and permanent installations. As well as providing engineering consultancy services, he was until recently technical editor of Lighting & Sound International where he introduced and developed the technical content of the publication; he also developed and chaired the annual industry Innovation Awards. He is involved with various industry trade associations, and represents the industry on many national and international standards panels. As well as writing and lecturing, he is still active designing and commissioning systems and acting in a consultancy role for several rental companies and broadcasters. He would welcome comments and suggestions on this book and can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.orgPrésentation de l'éditeur :
DMX is an established Standard communications protocol for entertainment lighting and equipment which is also gaining wider acceptance in the architectural lighting market. The adoption within the entertainment industry of RDM by manufacturers is beginning to accelerate and so users need a clear guide on how to deal with such enabled equipment. This guidebook was originally conceived as a guide to the new DMX512-A standard on behalf of the ESTA Controls Protocols Working Group (CPWG). It has subsequently been updated and is aimed at all levels of reader from technicians working with or servicing equipment in the field as well as manufacturers looking to build in DMX control to their lighting products. It also gives thorough guidance to consultants and designers looking to design DMX networks.
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Description du livre Entertainment Technology Press. Paperback. État : Brand New. In Stock. N° de réf. du libraire zk1904031722