Mitsubishi will launch its latest VC-MK4000 display wall image processor at ISE. The system will enable real-time window overlays with no dropped frames due to its high-bandwidth. The VC-MK400 can be configured to drive 16 displays, with four windows per display, or eight displays with upto eight window overlays, and has WUXGA window displays reaching 1920×1200 pixies with full HD displaying 1920×1080 pixels. A maximum of 32 VC-KK400 units can be linked to allow 256 displays to be controlled as a single system – with eight or 32 window overlays per system. The system is available in a standalone unit, or with an optional PC platform. Mitsubishi Electric will be in Hall 2 stand A24 at ISE and will also be showcasing a new version of its display wall software.
Mitsubishi launches real-time display processor
Mitsubishi will showcase the newest addition to its display wall image processors at ISE 2012, boasting higher bandwidth and multiple window overlays.