What's New: Video Technology
Jul 1, 2007 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon and Charissa Young
The modular, expandable Dnp Supernova Infinity screen is held together by a series of powerful magnets to provide a seamless viewing experience. The already ISF-certified screen is easy to assemble, and it can be expanded to any screen size required. The Supernova Infinity is ideal for commercial displays at large venues such as shopping malls, large conference or lecture halls, and large-scale exhibitions. Also featured at InfoComm 07 was the entire line of Supernova optical front-projection screens: the Supernova One (fixed screen), the Supernova Flex (motorized, retractable screen), and the Supernova Mobile (portable screen).
▪ Dnp | www.dnp.dk
Doremi Labs' new compact DSDI-20 converter converts DVI computer signals, up to 1920×1200, to high-definition or standard-definition SDI video, and it supports the analog VGA format, as well. The converter records, broadcasts, and displays computer-generated images, retaining the details and small fonts typical of a computer's high-resolution display. The device supports NTSC, PAL, and popular HD video formats including 1080i, 1080p, and 720p. A setup menu is displayed as a burn-in window through the converter's SDI output, and an infrared remote control is provided to navigate through the menu settings.
▪ Doremi Labs | www.doremilabs.com
The TV One Corioflex switcher/scaler lets the integrator decide the number and type of video inputs, outputs, and features. One C2 video processor can act as a base unit, and a variety of S2 expansion units may be added to make the custom switcher/scaler system. It provides almost limitless combinations, and units can be easily interchanged for flexibility and cost savings. The units are interconnected via rear-panel options connectors to become fully integrated from a video/audio flow and control standpoint.
▪ TV One | www.tvone.com
CodexNovus' new HDcodex DMS-7000 media server provides users with nearly limitless storage capacity for enjoying and sharing music, pictures, movies, presentations, and multimedia content. With 7TB of storage space, the server can handle 8,000 CDs or 1,200 DVDs worth of content, or 400 HD-format movies, and the unit gives users instant access to all of their digital media files at the touch of a button. CodexNovus also displayed its 1.6TB HDcodex DML-1600 digital media player at InfoComm 2007.
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