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WORK PRO Introduces a New Concept of Lighting Console at Prolight + Sound 2017

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WORK PRO launched at ProLight + Sound 2017 in Frankfurt, its best innovation in the world of lighting so far, with a new concept of lighting console that changes the way of working until now existed in the market. The LightShark project, a lighting software that unlike what exists until now, is neither installed on a PC nor operated entirely from a console.

It's a system based on the web, offering the possibility to be controlled from many device as a PC / MAC, tablet, or smartphone, operating with the software within the light console. The console (the first in the series to come), named LS-1, has playbacks faders, flash buttons, encoders and a 4.7" screen that interacts with the processor, at the same time via Wi-Fi, its showed a graphical interface and the power of a touch monitor in another device. In this way, several advantages are obtained:
- No need to install any applications on the PC or tablet as they connect to the console via the Internet
- The graphics power of the monitors is developed by the PC or tablet leaving the console only DMX processing work.
- The console works totally and independently of the PC or tablet and even the WIFI connection is lost doesn't stop and it is totally operative
- Via the Internet can connect up to three monitors with three different screens

With up to eight DMX universes, LightShark offers enough power to perform small and medium events.

At Prolight + Sound trade show WORK PRO launched two products from the LightShark range. The LS-1 console and the LS-Core which is the same hardware as LS-1 but without controls.

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(20 April 2017)

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