Moving Light Programming, Part II: Building Palettes

The fundamentals of moving light programming start with understanding the individual parameters of the lights themselves, as discussed in the July issue of Entertainment Design. Learning how each parameter works, as well as making them respond the way you want, is the first step in broadening your moving light programming knowledge. From there, aspiring programmers need to understand how to set up their desk with the types of lights they'll be using, patch the lights, and create a window inte

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