Q-Vio Rotates Mobile Displays for Instruments

Q-Vio of San Diego (where it has a Class 1000 clean room) has introduced what it claims to be the world’s first and only commercially available HDMI to MIPI and LVDS to MIPI Converter/Rotator Boards (Patent pending). These new boards provide user-selectable image rotation and mirror image capabilities for standard format HDMI and LVDS video input to high resolution mobile MIPI format.

Kirk Frederick, Q-Vio’s VP of Product Development said “LCD displays used in today’s industrial, commercial and consumer products are typically oriented in a landscape position (i.e. 1920 x 1080 like a television). High resolution mobile MIPI-based LCD panels are natively portrait (i.e. 1080 x 1920 like a cell phone). This is a serious design barrier for engineers who don’t have the ability to rotate their image in software. The Q-Vio board solution solves this problem and bridges this technology gap”.

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