LaserLink is a stand-alone ILDA-Media Server allowing lighting designers to control laser projectors directly from their console via DMX or Art-Net in real-time. The plug-and-play device is designed to provide lighting professionals a familiar and intuitive programming environment like they know from their moving lights or media server. LaserLink has a huge library of pre-defined gobos, color programs and effects macros. Custom patterns can be uploaded via the network port. LaserLinks unique Dual-Layer-Output feature allows one laser outputting two individual layers simultaneously, where every layer can output individual patterns. All main functions such as zoom, movement and rotations work in 16-bit to allow maximum precision.
LaserLink has been designed in collaboration with leading lighting designers and laser professionals, allowing maximum creativity and flexibility in short programming times and without the need of additional control devices. The hardware of LaserLink is equipped with a PowerCon True1 power input, an 2.3” color touchscreen, integrated touch pen, DMX In/Out, an etherCon network port as well as two independent ILDA-outputs. Furthermore LaserLink has several mounting options.
LaserLink works with any professional laser and offers extensive calibration options that get the best out of every laser projector.