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The New VN-Matrix from Electrosonic on Show at InfoComm

Electrosonic will be showcasing the VN-Matrix at booth 3448 at InfoComm ’06.
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The New VN-Matrix from Electrosonic on Show at InfoComm

May 31, 2006 8:00 AM

Electrosonic will be showcasing the VN-Matrix at booth 3448 at InfoComm ’06. Delegates visiting the booth will be able to preview this powerful, realtime image encoder/decoder, which is suitable for demanding imaging applications where the cost of replicating image-generation equipment is impractical or expensive.

VN-Matrix encodes video or graphics sources at resolutions up to HD or UXGA, streams this over an IP network, and decodes the signal back to the original picture. Bidirectional audio may accompany the video. VN-Matrix offers image-delivery performance (high resolution and low latency) not attainable with video streaming or computer desktop capture systems. Realtime encoding removes the need for time-consuming intermediate processes to prepare content for network transmission.

In response to market demand, Electronsonic has recently included the capability to record and playback any complex visual display without loss of quality. As VN-Matrix handles video and graphics image types equally well, this functionality makes it the perfect solution for recording high-resolution displays in complex command and control situations.

VN-Matrix is ideal for a wide variety of applications including, distance learning and presenting, telemedicine and medical education, scientific, exploration, defense, and industrial design collaboration.

For more information, visit www.electrosonic.com or visit Electrosonic at InfoComm booth 3448.

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