Digital Projection Inc. has announced an advanced warp-and-blend system to complement its full range of precision displays.
DPI Chameleon Mercator III
Produced through a partnership with RockWell Collins, the Mercator III represents the pinnacle of precise, low latency image warp and blend technology, DPI said.
Offered for the first time on DPI’s recent Commercial AV pricing update, the Mercator III is a modular, rackmounted solution that can be ordered in standard configurations to support from two to 16 display channels. Applications with more than 16 channels can also be addressed on a custom quotation basis.
DPI said the benefits of the Mercator system include “precise warp,” capable of supporting nearly all surface geometries; extensive blend capabilities, including gamma fine-tuning and black level offset in non-blend areas; color shading, color matrixing and primary color correction on a per-channel or global basis; extremely low latency; and support of source formats from 50 Hz-140 Hz and up to 1920x1080 pixels (165 MHz maximum pixel clock).
Also, the component design allows users to share the Mercator’s warp-and-blend capabilities across many projectors.
DPI will demonstrate the Mercator III at trade shows throughout 2009, but if customers wanting more information should contact a DPI regional manager here.