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Multiple new product developments from eyevis

Paddy Baker 5 July 2010
Multiple new product developments from eyevis

The EYE-PxP alignment tool features a comprehensive toolset to enable image correction for single- or multi-channel display systems. Developed for devices requiring colour and brightness correction, the toolset also provides colour shading, alpha masks and pixel-accurate blending, among other features.

Based around an easy-to-use GUI that provides straightforward configuration for one or multiple channels, the EYE-PxP can be used with visual display solutions from a wide range of manufacturers, including eyevis itself. Users can upload an individual LUT (LookUpTable) for each colour, while a shading map with independent transparency information for red, green and blue for each pixel can also be incorporated into operations. The ‘resolutionpassthrough’ technology allows easy integration into any system environment without the need to configure the desired resolution, with a DDC-EDID emulation feature among the other key aspects of the EYE-PxP.

Any setting and parameter can be permanently stored on the device, while the input and output is a single link DVI-D for resolutions up to WUXGA (1920×1200 @ 60Hz) or 2k (2048×1080 @ 60Hz).

Hans-Günther Nusseck from eyevis’s R&D department told IE: "The simple control and handling of the device allow for simple integration into existing or new systems. The device enables corrections of colour and brightness of displays or projectors without major interference in the existing infrastructure. The open interface architecture provides the possibility to integrate almost any calibration methods or alignment systems. For the growing range of products on the display market, the eyevis EYE-PxP provides a device-independent solution for colour and brightness corrections."

The Reutlingen-based manufacturer has also announced details of the EYE-EDID-SIM-DVI emulators, which emulate the selected/programmed EDID for the attached PC to enable continuous video output – even if the attached display is disconnected or powered down. Allowing the user to set up operation for any DVI output resolution – whether or not the device supports this resolution or not -the EDID emulators work passively and do not use presets in conjunction with a switch. For uploading or changing the emulated EDID, users will require the EYE-DDC programmer.

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