Stage lighting Technician Great innovation!
Great app for DMX control from Android tablets Been using it for over a year with regular stage lighting and some RGBW/A devices. Has to be the best ArtNet control surface for Android! Would like to see some basic sequencing or chase/stepwise programming, like old physical lightboards. Hint: Use a big tablet to comfortably fit more channels on screen.
Poor graphics! Space can be much better used, min. 8 slides vertically and 24 horizontally is wishful. Total channels too little.
This provided a simple way for me to start controlling my lights with a tablet over wifi. It communicates to my Enttec ODE device using the Art-Net protocol. I would recommend it for basic lighting that doesn't require a lot of changes during a show. The author was quick to respond to the last bug report that I made in a review. It would help users to have a pdf manual and FAQ page online to addresses common configuration problems and ways of doing things. I would be willing to share my experiences. I encourage people to buy the app to promote continued development.
Very handy, if a bit basic. From a happy paying customer: OK that little thing is so handy to check things out/focus all by yourself/manage uber-basic venues without breaking a sweat. Beware of NOT having any other equipment connected to the same node, and you _may_ need to ask Aurora to refresh its nodes a few time before it discovers yours (ArtNet "OpenDMX Ethernet" here). And the opposite, switch Aurora off before hooking your main console to the same ArtNet hub, or you're in for some serious disco-epileptic flickering :) THANKS!
Good start but needs further development The user experience is not as smooth as it could be, but it works technically well.
Bug fixes: ArtNet scanning, modifying cues on Cue Sheet
Control your Astera wireless lights with a quick, easy-to-use, intuitive app.