Introducing Andor 1! A synchronous looping media player designed for video artists, stage production, video wall control, and anywhere else you need dedicated and fine tuned control over video file playback. Andor 1 was designed and developed by Paul Slocum of And/Or Gallery in Pasadena, California. Paul is a long term creative cohort of ours from our early beginnings in North Texas. He's been a continual source of inspiration through his many projects and we're thrilled to collaborate with him on a project that's outside our typical niche but firmly rooted in what we're all about: Art Supplies for VIDEO ARTISTS!!! Units begin shipping in April. Learn more at www.lzxindustries.net/products/andor1
Ouch at that MSRP! for another $250 you can get an LS423 Brightsign that does networked video wall, H.265, and is 24/7 rated.
Samuel Vanclooster iets voor u ?
This is great! But now we need a Korg Kaptivator/Edirol P10 alternative, made with Pi 🙂
Robbie Michaelson hmm
đây là cái j hả a
Yeah this is a brilliant idea! Seemingly not much bigger than a tin of sardines?
Seams very interesting. Any video of the interface , programmation ?
Is it getting hot in here or is it just me?
Congrats!! Very cool!!
putting one of these into my tech kit asap
Says they synchronize but is it absolutely frame accurate (not + or- a frame or 2)?
so I've got one of these on the way but was wondering how one of these units might be able to be used for projection mapping?
I'm mainly looking to add it to our community theatre's tech tricks but am also looking forward to using this in combination with the upcoming dual TBC module