Debbie send out one of her pre-ISE press releases:
BTW, a company is singular neuter, so the title should read TV One Shows Edge Blending at ISE 2010 with its
C2-2450A Dedicated Edge Blender
TV One Shows Edge Blending at ISE 2010 with their C2-2450A Dedicated Edge Blender
MARGATE, Kent UK, 17th December 2009 - TV One will be demonstrating their C2-2450A Edge Blender for the first time at ISE 2010 being held in Amsterdam in February. Using two of these dedicated units TV One will show the simplicity and cost-effectiveness of producing bigger and brighter displays without the use of large, expensive projectors.
Two C2-2450A edge blending units will be simultaneously fed a single DVI source and using their internal CORIO®2 processing engines, the video will be prepared and output to two vertically stacked rear-projectors. The projected image from these will be blended seamlessly together
(my emphasis) using the TV One units to create a tall and clear display from the original DVI video.
The C2-2450A has been designed specifically to facilitate the quick and easy set up of edge blend applications. It has dedicated front panel push buttons for various functions such as turning the edge blend guidelines on and off and also for switching to a full black or white output to assist with the black level adjustment and gamma correction respectively. Pixel accurate scaling is also available to support virtually any edge blending application and because of the ability to feather' any or all of the edges, multiple images can be aligned horizontally, vertically or both to create unusual displays.
It has a manufacturers suggested retail price of £999 (1120) and will be on demonstration throughout the entirety of the ISE 2010 Exhibition on the TV One stand 3B90. Visit http://www.tvone.eu
for more information.
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