tvONE Showcases Future Warping Capabilities at InfoComm

A mini windmill video wall showcases tvONE’s high-powered CORIOmaster video processor at InfoComm 2014.

Emily Underwood

tvONE is currently demonstrating new video warping features in its CORIOmaster video wall processors at InfoComm, Booth N926.

A development of last year’s “Real-Time Video Windmill,” tvONE is featuring a new mini windmill that showcases CORIOmaster’s warping capability. The new mini windmill wall features four 24” flat panel displays showing video that maintains a stable horizon even as the displays rotate 360° in real-time. Two side monitors, mounted at an angle away from the flat wall, showcase the warping ability. The physical exhibit is three-dimensional, but the warping power makes the image look flat and undistorted.

The CORIOmaster is also driving two other walls that are designed to show how CORIOmaster handles irregular designs. This system in not restricted by display size, resolution or orientation. Also, the CORIOmaster can handle nearly any signal type, and can convert and scale varied combinations of signals simultaneously. This is all accomplished with a video delay of 2 or less frames.

Steven Mattingly, President of tvONE, says, “Our vision in creating the Video Windmill was to set users minds free to imagine. Even highly challenging, processor intensive actions like rotating high resolution video smoothly around an axis are easy within the compass of this very small but very powerful unit. We’d like to encourage our customers to dream big and push CORIOmaster to its absolute limit.”

See the CORIOmaster mini windmill wall for yourself at the tvONE booth N926 at InfoComm.

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