The flagship on-stand demonstration from 7th Sense Design at ISE 2017 will showcase an 8K x 4K display running at 60 frames per second in a 10-bit high-dynamic-range (HDR) colour space from a single Infinity Media Server. This product, says 7th Sense, has set a new standard in media serving since its launch earlier in 2016 and is already in operation in prestigious locations worldwide.
John Higgins, senior product manager at 7thSense commented: “We always listen to customer requests and have been working hard to develop and introduce new features and performance capabilities to address some of these wishes. We’re proud to be maintaining our reputation as an innovator and leader in the field.”
Set for launch at the show is Stack2, an advanced modular framework that has been developed to not only enable remote access for show control, but also to access other stack modules including digital signage and closed captioning solutions as well as dynamic content such as RSS or Twitter feeds.
The new release boasts full back-up and restore capability and confidence monitoring using the latest webRTC.
The new Delta software release will be on display featuring a wide range of new features for all applications. These include support for all major codec formats, 12-bit DPX sequences, Mesh Mode in passive or active stereo 3D for projection mapped applications, 64-channel audio and an Offline Programming mode, all on a newly designed GUI.
Demo stations and workshop areas on the stand will allow visitors to try the new features for themselves.
Show visitors will also be able to see Delta Media Server systems in action as part of on-stand demonstrations across the show at six other locations:
- Crestron (Stands 2-C24, 2-E24, and 2-E36)
- Da-Lite (Stand 2-C42)
- JVC (Stand 12-H59)
- Navitar (Stand 1-N6)
- Planar (Stand 12-H85)
- Sony (Stand 1-N20)