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CueTouch Features

  • Fully customizable user interface
  • Design and manage entire CueTouch installations with Qlarity®
  • Communicates with one or more CueServer DMX processors
  • When used via CueServer, control lighting, effects and other DMX controlled equipment
  • Use multiple LCD panels and/or multiple CueServer processors for complex systems
  • Wide variety of programming functions available through Qlarity
  • WVGA 800 × 480 pixels, LED lighted, color graphic TFT-LCD  7" (177 mm) display
  • Vandal-resistant, hardened front panel and display glass
  • Water, ice and snow resistant

* Qlarity is a registered trademark of QSI Corporation.

CueTouch brings a new level of sophistication and technological elegance to CueServer based lighting control applications.

CueTouch is a fully customizable lighting control access point for CueServer. Use CueTouch to add colorful, easy-to-use on screen controls to virtually any lighting or multimedia control project that uses one or more CueServer lighting control processors.

CueTouch fits in a wide range of applications in television studios, convention centers, themed attractions, places of worship, architectural displays, trade show booths, high-tech residential and more.

With CueTouch, the installer can design attractive, interactive user-interfaces for virtually any application. The special Qlarity® programming environment makes designing screens, placing buttons, adding text and graphics as easy as drag-and-drop. Make one screen or hundreds. Keep it simple or add sophisticated graphics. Optionally you can use the advanced programming features of Qlarity to create custom security screens, sophisticated on-screen feedback or even complex multi-zone ballroom partitioning setups. With Qlarity, the sky is the limit for custom programming, if desired.


Application Examples

CueTouch has a wide variety of applications from architectural to entertainment and from studio to residential.  Visit the CueTouch application examples page to see CueTouch in action.

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