Here's a couple of videos of some light reactive LEDs I put together.
I got lucky, the bookshelf amp happened to peak at 20V, the diodes are rated at 18V and the voltage drop across the bridge rectifier I used was 2V. It was a pretty lucky scenario though, the LED arrays were available to...
You could try a RGB or CMY lighting from top and bottom. What you'll end up is the shadows from one source being colored by the second source and vice-a-versa.
Ideally you'd have a nice RGB LED fixture which could produce the colors very effectively.
This is the most basic device I could recommend for the job.
Some cheaper PC-DI boxes just bind the two channels to a mono output which usually you want to avoid.
I've personally used Presonus FireStudio and FireStudio Project, Focusrite Saffire Pro24, Motu Ultralite MK3, and HRT Music Streamer HD computer audio interfaces.
They all work fairly similarly, the Motu is probably the worst to deal with if you're new to the audio interface game as it's...
If you have a multitap transformer on it you could try that. Maybe replace the speaker with on that has a grill mounted volume control. Mount a volume control next to the speakers in ceiling (code compliance?). Replace the transformer with a different one.
HDMI is going to to be your more common connector for use with converters.
BlackMagic Designs has this model.
Blackmagic Design: Mini Converters Models
Mini Converter HDMI to SDI
Don't know about EDID though since I don't think you can transfer EDID data over SDI you just need to set the...
You can put Spotlight comments on files and using the Search under Finder you will bring up files. The downside is it won't organize by comment and you only see the name of the file not the comments unless you open up the Info pane on the file.
I agree with others you don't want to put a right arm or other extension hanging off that pipe. The only thing I can think is to either top hang or bottom hang your S4 then throw a Beam Bender on it. You'll get about 18" of extension from the pipe.
Also doesn't take fatigue into account, maybe you can handle that out of balance for 5 feet, 10 feet, even 20 feet. If you get fatigued it still won't help. I've been satisfied with our JR Clancy Sure Lock units. Though if these rope locks can handle 1200lbs that is pretty impressive in itself...