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|Initial release||October 2017|
1.1.2 / March 20, 2019 ,
|Written in||Objective C, Swift-4|
|Operating system||iOS 10 and later|
Hyperlay is a suite of productivity tools developed by Drop Aps to be used in the Entertainment Business. The first version was demonstrated at the 2017 PLASA show in London Olympia, where the application won The PLASA Award for Innovation 2017.
It provides functionality to parse a pointlist and automate various calculations needed to setup a show, and is tailored towards arena style rigging. The calculations are based on a library of venues, providing a model of the load bearing elements of the venues, and a user selectable equipment kit.
Compatibility with other software
Hyperlay does only require the CAD software used, to be able to export data as a csv file. It is therefore compatible with most CAD / Simulation software, like Autocad, Vectorworks, Inventor and WYSIWYG.
Spreadsheet applications like Excel, Numbers and Calc can also be used.
- Bridle Calculation (bridle assembly and internal forces).
- Load Distribution within venues.
- Steel count.
- Calculation from X/Y space to Upstage/Downstage - Stage Right/Stage Left.
- Automated sorting along the two axis.
- Batch converting between metric and imperial units.
Hyperlay is a software package created for iOS and usually, any new Hyperlay version supports the current iOS version and some older ones. Current versions supports iOS 10 and later. The application depends heavily on hardware and operating system. No ports are currently available.
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