Show control systems are intended to gather automated control of all parts of a show under a common umbrella. The central show control hardware or software typically does not control lighting, audio, etc. directly, but instead cues the existing control systems as to when to do their thing. This allows precise synchronization of different systems, which is particularly helpful for repetitious shows such as installed theme entertainment.
Many concerts, shows, themed attractions, and other entertainments involve complex pre-programmed effects, lighting and audio. Each subsection of the event has its own control system, for example lighting is often controlled by a lighting console and motion control often has individual controllers for each manufacturer's product.
AAAV Systems Ltd.
Manufacture, programming and servicing of animation, automation and audiovisual systems for entertainment and industrial applications.
Birket Engineering, Inc.
Control systems integrator specializing in the design, fabrication, programming, and installation of control systems for entertainment and industrial applications.
Developer and manufacturer of audiovisual show control products for the high impact presentation market. Based in Sweden with worldwide distribution.
Interactive Controls Pty Ltd.
Designer, developer and programmer of control systems for events, installations, museums, control rooms, exhibitions and theme parks.
Mad Systems Inc.
Provides custom audiovisual design, system integration, and technology solutions for museums and attractions.
Last update:August 19, 2016 at 5:15:07 UTC