Luminair 3 received a positive overview in March’s Technical Focus article in Lighting & Sound America magazine. Richard Cadena used Luminair with ELC’s Buddy DMX interface, and in the article he covers some of the new features and revamped user interface in version 3.
“One of the main reasons I like this controller is because it’s mobile app that can be used wirelessly, which affords a lot of freedom of movement.” – Richard Cadena, LSi Magazine
In the latest ICG magazine, DP Christian Sprenger mentions how gaffer Cody Jacobs used Luminair running on iPad to control most of the lights on-set of the critically acclaimed “Atlanta”, which recently won two Golden Globe awards! In the article, Christian (Cinematographer) and director Hiro Murai break down the process of achieving their unique look. Congratulations to Christian, Hero, Cody and the rest of the crew!
Check out the full article at the following link:
Luminair 3 received a positive overview in the latest Technical Focus article in Lighting and Sound International magazine.
You can read the article on page 70 of the February issue.
Luminair 3 has recently been honored with an Editor’s Pick selection in Worship Leader magazine’s Best of 2015 issue!
On the topic of why they love it, the editor’s had this to say:
“…2015 has proven that tablet software can be reliable, powerful, and more versatile than their predecessors, and Luminair 3 is no exception.”
The June 2015 issue of Church Production magazine includes an article “Lighting Consoles Controlled Choices”, which covers some of the different considerations to make when selecting a lighting controller for houses of worship.
Luminair for iOS is included as a solution to consider right alongside traditional consoles. The app is highlighted for it’s unintimidating user interface, and for giving users freedom to design scenes from every perspective around a venue.
Check it out on pages 32-28:
Some of you may have seen this in the past couple of days… Apple’s new “Powerful” TV ad for the iPhone 5s features Luminair for iOS controlling some stage lighting. The ad and more info about the featured apps is available at the following link:
Luminair for iPad made a brief cameo on the latest episode of the popular American TV show “Modern Family” last night! The character Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell) uses Luminair for iPad for some pretty outrageous home control, including lighting, fireplace, and even a dishwasher!?
Watch the full episode, titled “Mistery Date”, over on ABC’s web site.