Pixel Drivers with RC4 Custom Pixel Profiles (DMXpix)

I. Two strings of pixels are operated simultaneously on a DMXpix

A. Up to 500 pixels long (when using 3-color RGB pixels)

B. 1000 RGB pixels in total

C. equivalent of 3000 DMX channels

II. String operation

A. Multiple string configurations are possible

B. Users can use a different string type with each port

1. Different color orders / combinations can be combined

2. Color order in a string can easily be re-ordered so that all strings operate the same way from the DMX console

C. color matching

1. The DMXpix provides pixel ColorMatch technology to match color palettes

a. Colors corrections can be permanently saved in the DMXpix

b. No need for color correction at the DMX console

c. Color consistency with various different pixel products is ensured

III. The DMXpix is a wireless unit that receives one universe of data at a time

A. The DMXpix can work with 3 or 4 colors per pixel (fw updates will support additional colors when pixel products are available)

1. In standard 1:1 mode, DMX channels are directly mapped to 170 pixels

B. The DMXpix contains two drivers, one for each string of pixels

1. Each driver handles 500 physical pixels (when using 3-color RGB pixels)

IV. The DMXpix uses the RC4 Custom Pixel Profile technique

A. A  keyframe/glossary] can be created

1. Keyframes can be replicated and morphed via functions within the DMXpix.

2. Currently, the DMXpix features four patterns.

a. Simple [glossary]increment

b. Simple decrement

c. Increment/decrement

d. Decrement/increment

B. A  grouping allows a variety of patterns to be quickly and easily expanded

1. Multiple physical pixels are mapped to a single DMX console pixel

2. Using a Grouping of 5, the first 5 pixels are controlled by the first 3 DMX channels; the next 5 pixels are controlled by the next 3 DMX channels; and so on

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