Timecode Laser Shows using BEYOND software

Running laser shows using SMPTE timecode is quite common, especially when working at large scale festivals, and permanent installations.

Often the timecode will be recorded on one audio track. Then at playback time, the timecode audio is read and decoded by a SMPTE timecode reader device.

In this short tutorial we show you the basics of setting up SMPTE timecode together with BEYOND laser show software.

Pangolin also offers a convenient and easy to use SMPTE Timecode device, called the TC2000. You can see this by >a href=http://pangolin.com/shop/smpte-timecode-reader-writer-tc2000/>clicking here.

QuickShow and BEYOND 3.0

To commemorate 30 years in business, we are releasing brand new versions of our most popular software programs.

Check out the new QuickShow 3.0 and BEYOND 3.0!

We will be showcasing these updates at the upcoming Prolight+Sound Exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany. And both updates will be available for FREE download, following the exhibition (in mid-April). You will be able to download and access directly from the Software Update section of our website, which you can access by Clicking Here.

You can find detailed information about the new features in QuickShow 3.0, by Clicking Here.

You can find detailed information about the new features in BEYOND 3.0, by Clicking Here.

LaserX honors the memory of Nelson Mandela, with beautiful laser display

Nelson Mandela

 

In recognition of the recent passing of former President Nelson Mandela, LaserX (for their client The Western Cape Government), paid tribute to the great man by choreographing a laser light show to display Nelson Mandela’s face, name, and messages onto the side of beautiful Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa. 

 

To perform such a stunning laser display, the team at LaserX used Pangolin’s new BEYOND laser control software and FB3QS hardware. The new features inside of Pangolin’s BEYOND software (including the advanced drawing program and geometric correction features), allowed for LaserX to create these custom animations, and display them onto the side of Table Mountain in Cape Town. 

 

Check out the full press release discusing this notable event, by clicking here