Established in 1988, Artistic Licence Engineering Ltd (Artistic Licence) specialises in the design and manufacture of products that control light, from the latest solid-state LED technology to more traditional sources. The range also covers test equipment and data distribution, and they are a major supplier of OEM solutions worldwide.
Artistic Licence are the originators of the open protocols Art-Net and Art-Osc. Their knowledge of lighting control is second to none. They routinely work with DMX512-A, RDM, CRMX wireless DMX, MIDI, sACN, KiNet, DALI, developing solutions for clients in the architectural, commercial, entertainment, leisure and retail sectors around the world
NanoScope Developer DMX512/RDM Analyser
The NanoScope developer is a sophisticated RDM analyser and DMX512 mimic for product developers.
It is constructed with transculent case, which lights up in different colours to indicate results and fitted with a 5-pin XLR connector.
NanoScope DMX512 Transmitter
The lighting desk is still in the truck and you need to test the rig - nanoScope tx is for you!.
The NanoScope tx is a simple, battery-powered DMX512 transmitter built into a translucent case with an integral 5-pin XLR connector.
Two modes of operation exist; In 'Cycle Mode', the product cycles through six different profiles. In 'Lock Mode' the product continuously transmits the selected profile, and remembers the selection across a power cycle.
Off-line Editor for Micro-Scope
Off-line editor for Micro-Scope 3a allowing remote modification of all lamp personalities, presets and setup. Connects to PC via (supplied) serial/usb cable.
Professional DMX512, RDM and MIDI Test Bundle
Micro-Scope 3a, Mic-Edit and nanoScope.
Rock Solid Ethernet by Artistic Licence CEO Wayne Howell
Rock Solid Ethernet is a book by Artistic Licence founder, Wayne Howell. The book is now in its 3rd edition, published 2013.
Ethernet technology is becoming commonplace in entertainment technology. This means that end users, specifiers, designers and engineers need to know the rules: What can you do? What can't you do? And what can you get away with?.