Transparent 46" multi-touch screen for performers, the biggest one!
Emulator Dual View System (DVS) 46 is a revolutionary experience for on-stage performers. This is the largest model available, 46" across the top of the display. Emulator DVS is the first REAL and USABLE Multi-Touch MIDI Control System that allows the crowd to see exactly what the artist is doing on a huge transparent touch screen. Whether you are a VJ, Lighting Programmer, Controlling Lasers or the DJ, you can use the Emulator DVS to control your software, and provide a fascinating and entertaining display for your audience.
The Emulator DVS can also be used as a multi-touch podium & presentation tool for meetings, conferences, lectures and any public address situations. Corporate events are made more interactive because the podium is transparent and the audience can see right through it while watching the presenter. Audience attention is increased, and the presenters themselves feel invigorated by the new technology.
Emulator is multi-touch midi control software for Musicians, DJs, Lighting Designers, Video Editors, VJs, Radio Broadcast Stations, Recording Studios and much more.
Smithson-Martin’s patent-pending technology allows you to make a custom multi-touch layout on top of any software you wish to control. Their easy-to-use control editor gives you unlimited options for how you create your dream MIDI interface. When new versions of your software come out, you can quickly and easily change your multi-touch controller so your hardware never becomes obsolete.
Emulator Modular & Emulator for Traktor (FT) software come bundled with the DVS hardware. Emulator for Traktor is a complete, multi-touch MIDI controller software. Emulator for Traktor contains over 130 buttons, knobs and faders covering all common features of the underlying software. Emulator Modular includes a complete set of objects so you can completely custom design your own multi-touch interface with buttons, sliders, and circular knobs, along with jog wheels and even your own custom graphics. You have never seen a crowd react to DJ equipment like this before.