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Aurora Dido Jr. Video Wall Processor
The newly launched Dido Jr. video wall processor from Aurora enables electronics professionals to set up video wall solutions that utilize as many as 64 monitors.

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The new Dido Jr. video wall processor from Aurora can be used with as many as 64 displays, and because of the product's small size, electronics professionals can easily hide the unit behind a display or place it in other unobtrusive areas.
October 19, 2012 By CI Staff

The Skinny: The DIDO Jr. video wall processor is part of Aurora’s DIDO series that includes variations such as the Pro (quad window on single display) and LT (non-rotational video wall processor) for integration project flexibility.

The Specs: Aurora says DIDO Jr. is the ideal engine for processing and image rotation because it allows integrators to design video walls with up to 64 monitors, and the monitors can even be mounted in portrait position if necessary. On-screen display menus make the DIDO Jr. simple to set up, and input and output resolutions are completely customizable to match the displays’ optimal resolutions. User presets allow for easy manipulation of the video wall, Aurora says, and integrators can easily set it up to go from a single large image shown across all monitors to unique images on several groups of monitor. Modes of operation include side-by-side (split screen), image rotation and translucent overlays to maximize the main image size while still seeing PiP.

The Solutions: The small form factor (8.4 x 5.7 x 10 inches) allows for mounting behind the displays or in a rack, and Aurora notes that integrators can construct unique mounting styles like totem pole, jigsaw, diamond and more for creative digital signage using DIDO Jr.

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