D3 Handheld Control Extension AEP IMS

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D3 has introduced an extension of D3’s powerful AEP IMS– the Advanced Element Processor and Integrated Media System, i.e. their industrial strength scalable digital media control system for direct view LED (and other displays) that provides massive processing capacity with gigabit per second data delivery. The “extension” is their new controller, a “universal remote” or “master control” that is, according to D3, “an extension of the AEP, in your hand.” D3 was showing the iPad interface that let the user control content– content at the highest pixel count level you can imagine– with an ease of use we’ve never seen, for getting tens of millions of pixels of content, over different pixel pitch/resolution screens.

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