Voyager combines a light source, battery and remote controller into one system. Any number of Voyagers is easy to set up and control with the help of a phone, tablet or computer. Voyagers' software platform is continually growing with a selection of shaders and features, such as automatic detection or video streaming.
What is Voyager
Voyagers come in two sizes: 2ft, with 40 individually controlled RGBW pixels and 4ft, with 80 of them.
Dimensions: 610x62x50mm (24″x2.5″x2″)
Resolution: 39 pixels
Weight: 1.1kg (2.43lbs)
Power draw: 20W
List price: 490 USD
Dimensions: 1226x62x50mm (44″x2.5″x2″)
Resolution: 83 pixels
Weight: 2.2kg (4.86lbs)
Power draw: 40W
List price: 690 USD
With the Voyager it is possible to use Your favorite diffusion filter by LEE or Rosco. There are two slots to install the filter. The first layer is inside the diffuser tube. The second layer is right over the LEDs, and the cutout strip mounts right into the groove around the LEDs.
Voyager in action
What users say:
“The high-output Digital Sputnik LED lights have become an integral part of our lighting package. The ability to precisely mix any color within seconds without having to change gels is not only a huge timesaver; it became my on-set color-grading tool.”
Markus Förderer, “Independence Day: Resurgence”
“This I feel is one of the most flexible creative lighting tools out there. I literally try not to leave home without them! Total color and intensity control from behind the camera wirelessly – genius!”
Nigel Bluck, “True Detective”
“The Digital Sputnik LEDs are the cornerstone of Rogue One’s aesthetic. They figure prominently in nearly every scene.”
Greig Fraser, “Star Wars: Rogue One”
“One of my key concepts in creating an aesthetic for ‘Ghost In The Shell’ was the rendering of a highly complex and original color palette. Digital Sputnik was an essential tool, both in the research and development of this concept and in its execution where they provided great precision and flexibility.”
Jess Hall, “Ghost in the Shell”
DS Voyager Controller
LightGrading is lighting and animation via remote control at its simplest.
- Position your lights in the scene.
- Snap pictures of the lighting setup and your lights will be detected and mapped automatically.
- Pick a color and draw on the image as with a “light brush”.
- Use the timeline to give the lighting design its’ final touch. Every single light brush stroke can be animated, copied and modified on the timeline.
The professional lighting industry has used light controller boards for remote operation of lights for over three decades. Digital Sputnik has spent countless hours to come up with an interface that would provide the same flexibility with a much simpler learning curve. The software is compatible with other manufacturers’ fixtures through ArtNet, sACN and RDM protocols.