Beam attenuation map in Zone settings ?

Discussion in 'Lasershow Designer BEYOND' started by LTone, May 20, 2015.

  1. LTone

    LTone Member

    As a former Phoenix user, I am wondering about why the Beam Attenuation Map is actually linked to Zones rather than Projector settings. If you have overlapping zones and say for instance a DLP videoprojector in front of your lasers, you have to do the B.A.M. thing for every zone. Isn't a B.A.M. a projector settings thing so you can be sure this projector has a safe output ?
  2. ENOT

    ENOT Software Developer Staff Member

    There are multiple answers on this question. One of them - BEYOND use the model introduced in LD2000 system. This model has a long history and well known for all LD2000 users. BEYOND offer ability to use BAM before and after Geometric correction, and each of models has positive sides.

    For peoples who interested in BAM in projector level - this feature is already implemented and will be available in one of future releases.

    Best Regards,