Utah Scientific GS-4000

A graphics station from Utah Scientific.
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Utah Scientific GS-4000

Jul 15, 2011 1:33 PM

Utah Scientific GS-4000

Utah Scientific has introduced the GS-4000 graphics station, which includes extended support for live-data display from a wide variety of sources, including news and sports ticker, weather updates, and data extracted from websites, databases, spreadsheets, and text files. Also added to the GS-4000 is a clip player option for realtime full-motion playback of video clips. The clip player is useful for inserting promotional messages, demonstrations, and presentations, and is also beneficial for digital signage applications. The GS-4000 simplifies the display tasks for graphics operators and presenters and allows them to provide up-to-the-minute content. Text and branding graphics can be created and saved using a simple composition screen. Price: NA

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