Vol 24 - Issue 19


I&W 11″ Display has Android

by Bob Raikes

ltis & Wiesel of Germany has released an 11″ Android display with an unusual 32:3 aspect ratio. The IW-PA11B-1280-120-750-N-B has 1280 x 120 resolution and it produces 750 cd/m² of output with 256K colours …

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GBVI Gets Good References

by Bob Raikes

Both Sony and Canon were keen to mention that they were using optical blending with their projectors that was developed by GBVI of the UK, an unusual accolade from two companies that are very …

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Rockwell Collins Has Plans to Improve Coalescence

by Bob Raikes

Rockwell Collins showed the Coalescence system that Chris looked at the I/TSTEC show (Rockwell Collins Shows Multiple AR/MR Demos). This is a mixed reality headset made from an Oculus Rift with a camera for …

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Canon Shows Blended 4K Displays

by Bob Raikes

Canon was showing the 4K600STZ which is a 6,000 ANSI lumen DCI 4K projector in a blended application and based on its LCOS chips. The company announced the projector last year and we saw …

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AR & VR Round-up At Itec

by Bob Raikes

Cinoptics is a Dutch company (it was on the Netherland booth) and is a development from Cybermind, which developed virtual reality for more than twenty years. “Back to the days of Virtuality”, I said …

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Smart Eye Offers High End Gaze Recognition

by Bob Raikes

We have covered gaze recognition regularly over recent years, usually at the entry level, so it was interesting to see a high end system from Smart Eye at Itec. The company has two different …

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Domeprojection Uses Analysis for Blend Masks

by Bob Raikes

Domeprojection (which is part of the same group as Project:syntropy) was showing an innovative system for making blending optical masks. Blending can be peformed on projectors using the digital controls in the projector to …

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New Eyevis Projector has ‘No Plastic’

by Bob Raikes

Eyevis of Germany was showing its newest LED projector for simulation applications which has been upgraded for higher brightness. The single chip DLP-based WUXGA unit has an LED light source and can provide 2,000 …

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LDM ITEC 2017 Round-up

by Bob Raikes

Lockheed Martin was at the show to talk about the scalability of its software platforms – it wasn’t really talking about hardware. Several years ago, the firm bought the Flight Simulator code from Microsoft …

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ITEC 2017 Sees VR Expanding

by Bob Raikes

The ITEC show, the European show for military and defence simulation and training, moves around each year. It was in London last year, and in Rotterdam in the Ahoy Centre this year. One of …

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Amino Allows STB Owners to Move to Cloud

by Bob Raikes

Amino, the UK-based IP/Cloud video software and device specialist, said that its new Amino Enable virtual set-top box software is able to let TV operators migrate to an all IP/Cloud future. By upcycling existing …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| STBs| UK (United Kingdom)| Vol 24 - Issue 19

Optoma adds Full HD projector to Laser Phosphor Line

by Bob Raikes

Optoma has added the ZH510T to its DuraCore line up. It uses a laser phosphor light source to produce 5,400 lumens of output with 1920 x 1080 resolution and 30,000 hours of life. The …

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