eyevis is set to exhibit the first DLP Cube based on a TRP Chip architecture at ISE next month, in what the company is calling a world first. Alongside the DLP Cube will be LED videowall solutions, new LCD developments as well as graphic controllers and its newest wall-management software.
The TRP rear projection cubes utilises the ‘Tilt&Roll Pixel’ chip architecture by Texas Instruments, which allows a more compact design of the projection engine and generates lower power consumption. The Cubes will be available in 50in full HD models and a 60in version with up to 80,000 hours of reliable 24/7 operation.
eyevis will also exhibit a new eyePANEL LED module with eyevis-processing, a 4K LED videowall module with a 0.9mm pixel pitch. The eyevis-processing enables uncompressed video signals to pass in real-time in up to 4K resolution via an Ethernet-connection and loop them through the connected modules.
In addition, eyevis is debuting 46in and 55in videowall displays from the ESN series, which include 2mm bezels, full HD resolutions as well as a robust housing setup. Alongside the new ESN series monitors, there will be 85in, 65in, and 50in versions of new 4K/UHD LCD displays with a 32-point multi-user touch surface on show.
Lastly, eyevis is exhibiting the netPIX series, a new generation of split-controllers, as well as eyeCON and eyeUNIFY wall management software. Next-generation IT-hardware for the CPUs and graphic boards for input and output signals makes the controllers suited for applications handling multiple sources and displays that require high-performance graphic processing.