I love the little intelligent lights from ApeLabs.
They making so much fun.
There are so much posibilitys with the lights
I use them together with 3 Varytec TrussLights.
On my Digital Jukebox i use AlbumPlayer. When the PC is on, it runs AlbumPlayer and Daslight4 DMX Software.
The Daslight Software controls the DMX via Lan,
so that i can use my Tablet to controll the software.
I like the way it works:
-When PC is on. DasLight controls the DMX signal.
-When PC is off. The DVC4-GZM falls back, to the stand-allone mode, and controls the Lights
-When i turn off the DVC4-GZM,then the DMX signal is lost.
Then the Ape Labs mini and my Ape Labs Lightcans fall back, to the remote-control mode. And they are still working, until the Batterys are empty.
The SSL Fixture profile vor the ApeLabs Lightcan’s has been officially available for download at DasLight since 08.03.2017
Like to introduce you: AlbumPlayer the best Jukebox software i think.
I’ve just created a “skin”, based on the default V6-skin “Media Center”. I call it GoldTop, so it looks more like a Pioneer Receiver
I have made them with “Cinema 4D” to play with the individual parts. I will rebuild one or the other for real.
Here is another 3D Render of some kegs.Based on a keg, of a brewery in germany. From the “Kurfürsten Bräu AG Bonn”.
The “kurfürstliche “brewing tradition ends on 31.Dezember 2011 in Bonn, after 321 Years.
You can download the Euro Pallet as “.c4d” file.
You can use it for free, for non commercial use,
but you must leave a comment under this post! 🙂
Klick on the pallet below to download the zipped file:
Seamine.de is online!
It’s a just for fun project.
The Seamine drifts through the web, and chases interesting internet sites.
I created the logo some years ago, but now i have optimised the Logo a little bit. here is it:
By the way:
Contact mines consisted of an iron hollow container that facilitated their flotation and contained the explosive load. In order to keep a suitable depth, these mines were anchored. The most often used method for inducing the explosion of a contact mine was based on a system of lead caps that contained a glass container filled with an acid liquid. When a ship collided with any of these caps, they were crushed and, because of the rupture of the glass, the acid was introduced into a zinc-coal battery located under the lead cap. This generated an electric current that, when transported by a leading wire to the explosive, induced the incandescence of a platinum resistor wire and the subsequent explosion.