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Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Feature-Packed 6.5

These videos are becoming a regular thing... This one shows two instances of LCARS 47 v6.5 running on twin touchscreens. Dual touchscreens really make the transporter controls an energizing experience... The helm module is also spread across two monitors.

The cursor pads at either side of the touchscreens are part of the helm module in Vexillum, which will work in tandem with Prolixus. 6.5 will support up to six monitors for you to mix and match Vexillum and Prolixus as you desire. If that's not enough, they'll also work over a LAN with other computers running LCARS 47. Want more? If you have an Android smartphone or tablet, then there's Expeditus, which will of course also connect to LCARS 47 running on your LAN. Because why wait for the 24th century?

Working on the medical systems today, starting with that classic "Patient Biomedical Status" seen frequently in Voyager. Convincing readouts are difficult to achieve, theatrically, so a whole day was spent getting this "right" (enough)...

As requested, here's a link to the monitor we used in videos:

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Brand New Video Updates

This video shows one of the new features for version 6.5, the transporter control panel. The module is designed to span two monitors. However cycling between each "half" of the module is possible as demonstrated here for those of you that don't have multiple monitor setups.

This video shows 3 of the most recognisable LCARS readouts, the Subspace Scan Analysis, the Forward Navigational Scan, and the Local Memory Allocation as well as a peek at the new directory system coming to 6.5.