What's New: Video Technology

VIDEO SCALER TV One's 1T-AVPC-HDMI video scaler accepts analog PC inputs to WUXGA at 60Hz, along with analog YPbPr/YCbCr HDTV inputs up to 1080p. The 3/01/2007 7:00 AM Eastern

What's New: Video Technology

Mar 1, 2007 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon


TV One's 1T-AVPC-HDMI video scaler accepts analog PC inputs to WUXGA at 60Hz, along with analog YPbPr/YCbCr HDTV inputs up to 1080p. The digital inputs accept HDMI and DVI-D signals up to 165MHz and digital PC RGB signals up to UXGA at 60Hz. The scaler features an integrated DVI/HDCP/HDMI-compliant receiver and 3D motion adaptive de-interlacers, as well as 3:2 pulldown, 2:2 pulldown detection/recovery, and 3D noise reduction. The scaler is also RoHS compliant.
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Sharp's XG-PH70X DLP projector offers 5200 ANSI lumens for the high-end permanent-installation market. The projector offers a 1200:1 contrast ratio, six lens options, and redundant reliability through a dual-lamp lighting system, as well as XGA native resolution to deliver uncompromising picture quality in large spaces, such as a conference room or lecture hall. The projector's six lens options provide users with a multitude of placement choices, including up to 116ft. from the screen or out of reach on a high ceiling.
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TV One's new C2-1250 scaler/seamless switcher features six inputs and Corio2 technology, as well as edge-blending, picture-in-picture, keying, mixing, and genlock capabilities. The scaler handles RGB or YPbPr input signals and computer resolutions up to 2048×2048 and HDTV resolutions up to 1080p. It also offers integral stereo audio switching.
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Extron Electronics' new ISM 824 modular multi-switcher combines the signal routing capabilities of an eight-input, wideband matrix switcher with the versatility of four customizable outputs, all in a single, compact enclosure. It can be equipped with any of the available scaling or scan conversion output boards for initial project requirements, and upgraded with additional boards as system needs change. It is ideal for applications such as high-end boardrooms, classrooms, and auditoriums that require cost-effective signal routing with flexible, onboard signal processing.
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Tandberg's new Experia telepresence system creates a highly collaborative, in-person meeting experience that has the ability to adapt to multiple environments and to interoperate with other standards-based video systems. With minor room adjustments, the system can use an existing or managed network to turn an executive's conference room into a telepresence studio. Executives engaged in a telepresence meeting can also reach colleagues and experts that may not have access to a telepresence room.
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TV One's new S2 series of input expansion switchers are designed to work with any C2-1000 and C2-2000 series video scaler/seamless switcher to provide additional inputs in a wide variety of signal types. An S2 model can be fully integrated into the control system of the C2 scaler via the scaler's rear panel and supply up to 10 additional inputs of stereo audio (balanced or unbalanced), composite video, S-Video, DVI, RGB/YPbPr/YUV, and HD-SDI. Multiple S2 models may be interfaced to a single C2 scaler, providing additional inputs for each input type available on the scaler.
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Christie's DS+300 and DS+650 high-resolution single-chip DLP projectors feature BrilliantColor for multi-primary image processing. The projectors are the latest in a series of versatile, high-performance projection solutions especially designed for meeting rooms, training rooms, executive briefing centers, boardrooms, houses of worship, and government, where space is limited but image quality is essential. The DS+300 weighs only 6.3lbs and provides 3300 ANSI lumens with an SXGA+ resolution and a 2500:1 contrast ratio. The versatile projector is compatible with HDTV formats up to 1080i. The DS+650 delivers 6500 ANSI lumens with variable contrast ratio up to 7500:1 and SXGA+ resolution with scaling to UXGA for bright, detailed images.
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TV One's CC-300 CorioConsole event controller interfaces directly with the full range of Calypso Control products. AV dealers define up to 128 control events with 512 corresponding actions or combinations of actions in an onboard “event database.” Once configured, a simple hyperlink triggers the database, using only the IP address of the controller and an event number. The event or sequence of events is then automatically launched. The CC-300 automatically populates its LCD touchscreen with event-numbered buttons based on an event database summary received from a Calypso device. A user can then simply push an LCD button to activate the corresponding event.
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