C-nario to Debut Signage 'Cube'C-nario plans to take the wraps off its new C-nario Cube at InfoComm 08. 6/12/2008 7:51 AM Eastern
C-nario to Debut Signage 'Cube'
C-nario plans to take the wraps off its new C-nario Cube at InfoComm 08.
C-nario, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based developer of digital signage solutions, plans to take the wraps off its new C-nario Cube at InfoComm 08. Company officials said the system delivers multiple types of content from a variety of sources, including dozens of live, high-definition video broadcasts, to multiple screens while maintaining pixel accuracy and synchronization among screens.
"An increasing number of businesses and organizations are becoming aware of how multiscreen displays provide an extraordinary customer experience and an extremely valuable business benefit," said Yael Elstein, C-nario's vice president of marketing, in a statement. "With C-nario Cube, we are providing an environment that strengthens our existing expertise in supplying powerful infrastructure to our customers."
The new system addresses the demand for exceptional viewer experience on a multitude of screens or projectors arranged in various forms: video walls, seamless projection, collages, multifloor displays that look like one display, and more. Using the new system, integrators and users will have the ability to manage the delivery of multiple inputs in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.
Company officials said C-nario Cube can replace any videowall processor and scale to virtually any size video wall, seamless projection, or collage. It reportedly balances between real-time created content, stored content, and captured inputs at HD resolution and full frame rate. C-nario Cube is not limited by input resolution.
Also designed for live shows, where rapid changes are required, the company said C-nario Cube can be integrated with show control systems, enabling linking of multiple displays with other entertainment elements, such as lighting, sound or pyrotechnics.