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  • laserist's Avatar
    Today, 09:51
    laserist replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    Sorry, 4QMM = four quadrant multiplier module. Either AD533 or AD532 chips. The AD532s were laser trimmed and much nicer to play with since there weren't three trim pots to screw with, pardon the pun.
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  • Greg's Avatar
    Today, 09:12
    Greg replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    Oh, I see it on the hybrid cardcage.
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  • Greg's Avatar
    Today, 08:59
    Greg replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    What's a 4QMM? this message is too short to post
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  • laserist's Avatar
    Today, 08:23
    laserist replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    I believe you're referring to triangle audio mod. There were three types of audio mod: Direct Audio Mod Audio Modulated Fixed Cycloids Triangle Audio Mod The Audio Mod board had an audio compressor fed with the right and left channels and the output summed together. This was the AM signal...
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  • Greg's Avatar
    Today, 08:03
    Greg replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    I meant The Farther Away I Am - Daryl Hall, not Follow Where I Am.
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  • Greg's Avatar
    Today, 07:14
    Greg replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    Thoughts / headings regarding what made the VIb era shows so good: Tempo vs. beat is part of a discussion including mimicry and narrative. laserist's previous lesson on missed cues is spot on. Mimicry means, for example, the diamond spirals specifically looking exactly how the wah effect on the...
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  • laserist's Avatar
    Today, 04:45
    laserist replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    Actually, I'd like a color modulation tutorial. I was playing around last night trying to figure color mod out, and as far as I could see there's no color mod gain control. Back in the bad old days before PCAOMs and RGB systems, color mod was done by sending the krypton laser's beam through a...
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  • kecked's Avatar
    Today, 03:34
    Like the 250.00 job. Toss your scanners in can but good price for single mode diodes and case. really end up around 1200 once you put quality scanners in. Might be nice for extra beam boxes though.
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  • kecked's Avatar
    Today, 03:29
    specs please. Type /speed of scanners laser wavelengths/ divergence / power rating cw picture of insides to see layout and how alignment is done. i assume ilda input
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  • kecked's Avatar
    Today, 03:25
    Classic and beautiful
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    Today, 03:24
    kecked replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    Yes color control tut would be handy. Same for cloning. Another on assigning lfo to a function like say chop frequency.
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  • dkumpula's Avatar
    Today, 01:33
    Beautiful as always, DZ!
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    Yesterday, 20:33
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  • CyberCityTOVC's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:23
    First, I apologize for necroposting a thread that hasn't seen a post for like a year or so. Now there are some misunderstanding how castAR / TiltFive glasses works. Early prototypes in the earliest days of castAR used active shutters but during development, they had switched to a polarized...
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  • DZ's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:04
    Had to dig deep to resurrect this old thread. I hope y'all are doing well!
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  • DPSS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:23
    DPSS started a thread SELLING : DT-30 Galvos 30Kpps in Buy/Sell/Trade
    Hi, anyone that might be interested? :confused:
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    Yesterday, 10:17
    Hi, anyone that might be interested? :confused:
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  • laserist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:29
    laserist replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    I’ve been thinking of how I’d design a console since the golden age of Laserium. As Laserium matured the MARK VI console experienced a number of hacks, controls added here and there until the somewhat clean original design had a lot of exceptions. Learning those exceptions became kind of daunting! ...
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  • VJ AIWAZ's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:27
    i was running lasers for Joel at the dance your self clean party in Brooklyn until covid hit
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  • Vidal Wolf's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:58
    Pleasant little units. I've worked with those units in Oakland at an event. Also saw them at SoCalem a few years back.
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  • swamidog's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:26
    swamidog replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    not a dinosaur at all... you laserium folks paved the way for my laser show work and the radiator. we want to learn from your experience and make sure the radiator evokes some of those experiences. the encoders have acceleration curves (turn them faster and they increment in larger jumps). we...
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  • laserist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:26
    laserist replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    I think my difficulty stems from another difference between the old days and where laser shows have evolved. A gross simplification: In the old days we did things to the beat, today things tend to be done to the tempo. In most stuff I see today major musical cues come and go without the imagery...
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  • femtoman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:05
    Bonjour, j'ai déjà transformé plusieurs lasers à excimer en laser CO2 TEA voir sous : http://www.swissrocketman.fr/excimer-emg201-lamda-physik,fr,3,272.cfm http://www.swissrocketman.fr/lambdaphysik-tea-co2-laser,fr,3,280.cfm ...
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  • kecked's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:41
    The newest update had issues. I had to rollback. If you don’t need the update stay where you are.
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  • kecked's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:27
    kecked replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    I think he means what I was talking about before laying hands on it. More external expression controls like ribbons, foot pedals, vbeam, midi, cv input. truely I thought the same till I got it. It is all of those things as a performance instrument right now. The only few things I would like...
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  • swamidog's Avatar
    10-26-2020, 17:37
    swamidog replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    this is a really great conversation and i appreciate it. i'm very interested in knowing what things we can do to make the radiator more of a performance tool. any suggestions and feedback is very appreciated. it's not clear to me what you mean by "less programmed and more perform-able". can...
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  • laserist's Avatar
    10-26-2020, 14:48
    laserist replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    That is the problem. If what you're trying to sum or replace on one side has some discontinuous aspect (frames) and the other side doesn't that'll be hard - especially if the discontinuous side is inconsistent. There're some things that will work either way, fixed image rotation and static...
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  • Greg's Avatar
    10-26-2020, 14:24
    Greg replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    I don't yet know much about the Radiator, but an other suggestion (the first being MIDI) is an ILDA in port that, under user programmable preset, can have any of it's analog signal lines switched to replace that line in the output port. Example, anyone can configure analog signal generating...
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  • laserist's Avatar
    10-26-2020, 12:46
    laserist replied to a thread Laser growing up in The Lounge
    I suspect there could be a number of paths leading to different flavors of performance solutions. (Always assuming that anyone bothers with the road less traveled.) I see The Radiator as an insanely capable image generator rather than a performance tool at the moment. Perhaps the addition of a...
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