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Crestron iPaneL

Crestron iPaneL

Crestron iPaneL

Crestron has introduced the iPaneL, a glossy black sheath for the iPad that adds tactile buttons for quick access to functions such as volume up/down, mute, and channel guide navigation.

Designed for use with Crestron’s Mobile Pro G control app ($99.99, available now), the iPaneL is lightweight and comes with a charging docking station. The company claims future models will feature streaming media.

Yamaha StageMix

Yamahamixer-screenReleased at PLASA 2010, StageMix is an application for the Apple iPad that allows remote control of M7CL mix functions via a simple, intuitive graphic interface from anywhere within wireless range. The application enables the engineer to set up monitor mixes from a performer’s position on stage directly controlling mix parameters via the iPad. To run StageMix on an iPad, a wireless connection from the iPad to a WIFI access point and an Ethernet connection from the WIFI access point to M7CLv3 is required. Initial M7CLv3 controllable parameters scheduled to be implemented in StageMix are Sends on Faders, Input Channel Faders, Input Channel On/Off, Input Channel Parametric EQs, Input Channel Cue, Mix Master Faders, Mix Bus On/Off, Mix Bus Parametric EQs, Mix Bus Cue, Last Cue/Mix Cue Mode, and Clear All Cues. Graphic EQs will be available in a subsequent version. Display only parameters implemented are Input Channel Names, Input Channel Meters, Mix/Matrix Bus Names, Mix Bus Meters, EQ Input Meter, and EQ Output Meter. The app will be available this fall for free through the Apple App Store.
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WallWizard ControlWand

ControlWand App_iPhoneAt CEDIA Expo, WallWizard released its ControlWand app, a software application that permits remote control operation of the brand’s motorized mounts from Apple iPad, iPod, and iPhone via Wi-Fi, and smartphones via Bluetooth. WallWizard’s Control System is a two-piece solution that consists of the brand’s proprietary ControlWand software application and a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth accessory. ControlWand allows the user to toggle among Auto, Manual, and Gyro Modes. In the Auto mode, the mount can detect whether the TV is on or off, and move the mount up and down or left and right (depending on the type of WallWizard mount). It will be available in the fourth quarter for $9.99, and a a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth accessory will be available from authorized dealers for $119.99.
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Guifx Deana User Interface Kit for iPad

guifx-deannaGuifx’s Deanna User Interface Kit for iPad is now available for $799.99 from the Guifx website. Offering users control over their home distributed audio, video, climate, lighting, and security systems from almost anywhere, Deanna is now compatible with Crestron’s Mobile Pro G iPad application, with more manufacturers to follow. Read the rest of this entry »

LiteTouch iPhone App

litetouchScheduled to be available Sept. 23, LiteTouch‘s new iPhone app allows homeowners to use their iPhone to control their lighting, HVAC, security, window blinds, AV and other home systems that are integrated into their LiteTouch FIVEk lighting control and automation system.

The app will allow homeowners to activate any button of any LiteTouch keypad in their home. It will also allow them to assign and quickly access “My Favoriteâ€? functions; get the status of any lighting load; remotely adjust light levels; and activate other integrated automation systems. Read the rest of this entry »

Alcorn McBride LightingPad

alcorn-lighting-pad-rgbThe LightingPad iPad/iPhone/iPod touch app from Alcorn McBride is designed for controlling lighting for small shows or for installing and testing lighting systems and to program Alcorn McBride’s LightCuePro. Read the rest of this entry »

RTI RTiPanel for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad

RTIPanelApp_iPad_MusicServer-largeAvailable in Q4, 2010, the new RTiPanel app from Remote Technologies (RTI) will allow users to control RTI’s XP series of remote processors—including the flagship XP-8 and upcoming XP-3 and XP-6—and all connected electronic systems from virtually anywhere in the world using an apple iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. Read the rest of this entry » for the iPad, a developer and provider of web-based enterprise resource management tools designed to automate and streamline production planning, financial management and event operations for the entertainment, broadcast and digital content creation markets, is now compatible with the Apple iPad. The DisplayMgr interface brings resource, asset, facilities, and service management information from the company’s suite of applications to the iPad, offering a portable option for on-location productions and allowing users to access the tool from anywhere at any time. The iPad app also allows users to review and manage budgets and schedules in realtime from conference rooms, studios, and stage productions. Read the rest of this entry »

Savant iPad App

SavantiPad-L-Party_ClimateSavant’s iPad App supports all the capabilities of Savant’s suite of touchpanels, as well as additional interactive features. Designed for automation control for residential, commercial, education, and government applications, the app offers a navigation bar to switch between rooms, systems, and subsystems; a central UI for active services; and user-defined backgrounds and categories. The company also offers in-wall and tabletop iPad docks to charge the device’s battery while controlling the home. The app is now available at the Apple App Store for $4.99.

Apple iPad and iPhone Encoding from Digital Rapids

flux_6510_with_stream_rgbWith the new version of Digital Rapids’ Stream encoding and live streaming software, users get enhanced iPad and iPhone encoidng, script command insertion, option caption overlay, and Vobile VideoDNA fingerprinting support.

Designed for use with Digital Rapids’ StreamZ, StreamZHD, and DRC-Stream encoding solutions, version 3.3 expands the functionality and flexibility of the optional iPhone encoding and segmenting module with enhanced support for the iPad; increased control of encoding and output parameters; support for audio-only streams with associated image files; and parallel output to multiple servers or Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) for redundancy.

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