PLASA 2012: Avolites launches two new Titan consoles9 September 2012
Avolites has revealed the TitanOne virtual console and Titan Version 6 at PLASA 2012.
Avolites Titan V6 not only offers support of Titan-Net distributed DMX but also boasts a host of new features such as the ability of Assignable Global and Individual Rate Masters to enable over-ride of BPM and Times, Auto-legend for Colours, Gobos and Video Clips as well as to hand draw into your Pixel Mapper with Avo Quicksketch or display imported JPEGs or Text.
Advanced theatrical features offer Move in Dark, Block Cues and This Cue Only functions. The new Graphical Patch View offers very fast, clear and intuitive analysis of the consoles patched fixtures.
Titan One DMX USB Dongle allows the user to output one line of DMX on any of the 12 lines with the full functionality of Avolites Titan Software. Access powerful features such as Pixelmapper, Quicksketch, Media Clip Select, Attribute Control-Blades and Shape Generator.
Also on show will be Avolites’ Titan-Net, a Hi-speed network data link allowing any Titan console to control up to 64 DMX Universes. The system deploys Titan-Net Processing Nodes with each T-NPN producing eight physical universes of DMX and a further eight universes over Art-Net, giving a powerful 16 universes per node.
The Sapphire Touch, Avolites’ stage lighting control console will also be shown with its integrated Titan V6 operating system. It also offers dual touchscreen monitors for an enhanced workflow. Designed for large-scale arena tours the Sapphire Touch has been developed for efficient and smooth automated playback operation with the introduction of 45 motorised faders and Tricolour optical trackball functionality and delivers a unique Saturn ring, giving X, Y, Z axis to ensure simultaneous control.