The proprietary CreamOS underpins the Vortex luminaire series.
Creamsource has released the CreamOS 2.0 firmware update.
New features include RDM support, Custom White Point for CCT Crossfade HSI and CCT Crossfade RGBW color modes, DMX User Presets for quick access to different DMX setups, Save/Restore Settings and User Presets to USB Drive, and HTP merging of up to four incoming sACN sources.
RDM support over wired DMX and CRMX allows users to configure the Vortex directly from the lighting console; Custom White Point to CCT Crossfade HSI and CCT Crossfade RGBW color modes enables users to define what the “white” point is when using RGBW or HSI crossfade modes; DMX User Presets allows users to save and recall up to four different DMX configurations; Save/Restore Settings to USB Drive allows users to easily clone configurations between fixtures; Save/Restore User Presets to USB Drive facilitates easy copying of colors and effects between fixtures, and HTP merging of up to four incoming sACN sources allows multiple sources to be merged using HTP. (For example, RGB data can come from the media server, but retain the custom white point and dimmer control from the lighting console.)
Creamsource’s proprietary CreamOS underpins the Vortex series. With the CreamOS 2.0 architecture, Vortex8 and Vortex4 are equipped for creative expression with pre-programmed effects, color gels, multi-zone control and FrameSync technology for enhanced effects and creative applications. Vortex4 and Vortex8 fixtures feature the same UI, eliminating learning curves and downtime associated with rigging and programming multiple lights.