PC/Mac based lighting and media control
LSC has been manufacturing lighting control consoles for over 30 years. Continuing on with this tradition, we are pleased to present LSC Clarity – a powerful PC or Mac based lighting and media control package.
Promising to excite even the most experienced user, LSC Clarity is truly feature packed and offers seamless integrated control of any type of light on a stage be they PAR cans, LEDs, moving fixtures, colour scrollers, LED matrix walls and even Media Servers all from the one intuitive user interface.
LSC Clarity has already had an impact on the industry. Richard Cadena (editor of PLSN magazine) summed it up when he saw the preview at InfoComm in June 2009:
…. most impressive was the new Clarity PC-based lighting console with very well laid out graphical displays and lots and lots of features starting with the Carallon fixture library through the many dockable windows and much more. It has two optional wings and several options for output channels. This is going to be a seriously advanced control system when it starts shipping in a couple of months. (The original text can be found here)
Available in four sizes providing from 1 through to an amazing 128 Universes, Clarity is capable of handling small shows right through to pixel-mapped LED walls on a large scale. The software is highly configurable and easy to use. Click on the Video Tab and look at the videos to see a small snippet of what Clarity is capable of.
LSC also offer hardware support products in the form of DMX output devices and control Wings. Three DMX output devices QX1, QX2 and QX4 are available providing 1, 2 and 4 DMX512 outputs respectively. Two control wings VX10 and VX20 are also available and offer playbacks, master control and in the VX20 control buttons and a trackball. All QX and VX devices can be interconnected – so a VX20+ 2 x VX10 + 1 x QX2 can all be used on a single system to provide extra playbacks and increase the number of DMX outputs.
Paul Collison (Beijing Olympics) reviewed LSC Clarity in the August edition of AV Magazine in Australia in which he comments “LSC have done a great job in creating a control package that can be scaled to suit most needs. Overall this is an impressive combination of software and hardware”.