This tool hosts Afterglow, a free, open-source live-coding environment for creating light shows using any interface compatible with the Open Lighting Architecture, entirely inside Max. It allows Max patchers to control the lighting cues, including adjusting their parameters as each frame of lighting control information is generated, so you can do things like using audio analysis or vizzie to create effects on a huge lighting grid. The tool page describes the Max objects that the package offers, and explains how to install the Open Lighting Architecture.
The Pop Up Play project explored how immersive digital technology can be used to create learning opportunities for children and young people, in order to enhance their creativity, language and communication skills. The project was funded by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts and was a joint project between The Spark Arts for Children, De Montfort University and Dotlib Ltd (Luke Woodbury). The Pop Up Play system is comprised of three parts - a video system, audio system and a lighting system.
The main purpose of this app is to simplify the light design process and to connect all kind of sensors to a DMX controlled Light Set.
imp.dmx is a cross-platform collection of Max/MSP/Jitter abstractions for dealing with DMX data in various forms.