From Oracle Laser Productions, an innovation in laser technology...
The T2 is designed
and targeted at the Retail Display Advertising and Discotheque
markets, the unit is available off the shelf, loaded with 200
animations, sequences and special effects. The T2 system is housed
within an attractive dust sealed enclosure available in a range of
refreshing colours including chrome, for use in any architectural environment.
The T2 Bazooka is
available in either DMX or PC controlled versions. The DMX units
feature a built in computer that can also be run in stand alone mode.
Stand alone mode is useful for advertising and trade show
installations. The PC controlled version has no internal CPU but is
controlled by an external PC. The software is supplied on a hard disc
since it is a DOS based program and can not run under windows. All T2
laser systems feature a dust sealed optical chamber to keep user
maintenance to a minimum.
The T2-PC houses
no intelligent components and is controlled by an external PC fitted
with an Oracle DAC card and running the Oracle 3D laser control
software. The PC connects to the T2-PC via a D25 cable to the Oracle
DAC card. The system comes preloaded with hundreds of effects and
animations or you can create your own custom graphics, advertising
sequences, 3D logo animations and effects. The Oracle software is
brilliant for live shows and allows greater hands on operating and
programming than DMX control. Oracle can supply the complete PC or
you can supply the PC and install the Hard Disc and DAC card (HD +
DAC). The minimum PC specification is a Pentium MMX 200MHz or
equivalent. Up to 8 T2-PC units can be connected in parallel with
each doing the same thing. The Oracle DAC card is a 16 bit full size
ISA card and will not fit into any laptop or docking stations.
discotheques, this unit can be controlled by DMX 512 standard
lighting control protocol and operates using 8-channels. The DMX unit
also has a D9, RS232 serial port for connection to any Win98 PC or
laptop running the Oracle 3D laser software. This is useful for
uploading new effects or animations and also has a unique remote
control feature that simulates Oracle softwares live
controller. The Oracle 3D Laser Software when used via the serial
link to the T2-DMX does not require the Oracle DAC card. Via the
serial connection, new effects and animations can be created and then
be uploaded into the T2-DMX unit via the serial port using the same
software. It is also soon be possible to upload ILDA files directly.
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