|NEO Lighting Control Console Live Online Training Dates Just Announced|
|Product Specialist Bobby Harrell to lead a series of training webinars in throughout 2015|
|Friday, December 19, 2014|
Philips Strand Lighting is excited to announce a new series of online training webinars for the NEO Lighting Control Console. Taking place in January and February 2015, the live webinars will be led by product specialist Bobby Harrell and will cover beginner, intermediate and advanced programming concepts of the NEO console. Registration for the training webinars is now open.
“We have had a tremendously positive industry response to the introduction of the NEO lighting control console,” said Harrell. “While NEO is simple and intuitive to use, training always makes the programming process simpler and more complete. These comprehensive courses allow the user to understand NEO at different levels and take their productions beyond their expectations.”
The Beginner training course will focus on the basic operation of the NEO lighting control consoles and is oriented towards new users that wish to light theatre, music events, dance, meetings, assemblies, church services, TV studios and more. The Intermediate training class will cover the intermediate level operation for NEO consoles, focusing more on LED and automated luminaire programming for theatrical based events.
To find a complete list with dates, times and system requirements for the NEO online training courses, click here.
The introduction of the NEO lighting control console marks a new chapter in the evolution of control from Philips Strand Lighting giving designers and operators the ability to seize the light. With many timesaving features that allow the user to program faster and more accurately, NEO Icons and Shutter controls are represented graphically on the display, Floating Windows allow the operator to configure their views their way, and Effects are revolutionized with “Time Line” features allowing drag and drop to create that perfectly timed sequence. NEO boot time is also massively reduced using high-speed, solid-state disk drives making the NEO lighting control console one of the most robust consoles available today.
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