We have just had a look at a VideoForge - the re-branded 'Generator' from half the Murideo Fox & Hound pair, which uses a cut-down version of the SIX-G firmware in the Calman's re-branded application.
(See: Murideo Fox & Hound
Using the SIX-G option within ColourSpace, the VideoForge connects, and basically works.
While there are some 'differences', you can connect to the VideoForge from ColourSpace as a SIX-G, and patch generation, etc., can be directly controlled via ColourSpace.
The main differences are that the SIX-G has options/capabilities that the VideoForge cannot do.
But, that doesn't stop the videoForge being used for calibration with ColourSpace.
From the ColourSpace SIX-G menu if the user selects the 'Test Pattern' to be 'White Screen', that actually selects the Test Patch Generator.
If the ColourSpace 'Calibration Patches' are then set to 'Automatic', the patch size set in the ColourSpace 'Settings' menu will be used.
The other settings for 'Calibration patches' can also be used, as well as HDR10, DoVi settings, etc.
Basically, the VideoForge can be used with any ColourSpace license with the SIX-G option.
We may tidy-up some of the menu items, to remove those options the VideoForge cannot do, and align the list of names for the patterns, etc...
Steve (Note: The VideoForge is rather limited, and not really a viable alternative to a SIX-G, but if a user has one...)
Mob Boss at Light Illusion