Analog Way to Offer InfoComm TrainingAnalog Way announced that it will offer specialized training sessions on soft-edge blending during InfoComm. 6/17/2008 7:33 AM Eastern
Analog Way to Offer InfoComm Training
Analog Way announced that it will offer specialized training sessions on soft-edge blending during InfoComm.
Analog Way, a manufacturer of image converters and presentation switchers, announced that it will offer specialized training sessions on soft-edge blending at booth C930 during InfoComm. The class is an extension of the French company's successful European training program, Analog Days.
According to the company, the demand for soft-edge blending (SEB) installations is growing rapidly due to the impact of presentations enabled by the technology. Soft-edge blending is the configuration of a large screen image using multiple video projectors with overlapping areas that make the seams between projectors invisible. The application requires specific techniques from the calculation of the screen size to the adjustment of image parameters in order to obtain a seamless image.
Analog Way officials said the training sessions would give attendees the necessary knowledge and experience to create an SEB installation or show. The presentation will include a theoretical explanation of all the parameters to be considered, such as the screen size calculation, the design of the background images, the selection and placement of video projectors, the adjustment of the different screen zones, and more. A tutorial will then merge the theoretical with the practical through a case study of a two-projector SEB screen using Analog Way software and hardware, with the opportunity for hands-on participation.
Those who complete the class will be awarded with an Analog Way Soft-Edge Blending Certificate of Achievement Level 1.