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VNS Geobox video control solutions arrive in Europe

Taiwan-based VNS has made its range of GeoBox video control solutions available in Europe.

The range, delivered via Netherlands-based agent MatrixWorks, is comprised of cost-effective standalone one-box processors for controlling edge-blending output from multiple projectors and managing video-wall content.

Boasting high-quality image reproduction (true 4K/60hz, 10-bit and 4:4:4 chroma sampling with HDCP 2.2/1.4), all GeoBox solutions are 100% hardware and will control digital content from any input in any format, with no need for a separate PC. Unlimited displays can be controlled by multiple, cascading GeoBoxes.

GeoBox’s edge-blending products have all of their functions embedded. The G802 (two-projector) and G804 (four-projector) solutions allow installers to crop images, set overlap pixels, edge-blend and geometrically adjust images without the need for high-cost embedded projectors or media servers. They can be used with any projector including short-throw models, designed to provide enhanced flexibility and reduced costs for the whole system.

The first GeoBox video-wall control products available in Europe include the unique-to-market, 4-channel G406, which can show discrete content on each display without the need for a separate matrix switcher. The 8-channel G408, 4-channel G406L (no matrix functionality), and 2-channel G406S (no matrix) are also shipping.

In addition, VNS has introduced the G403, a 4K/30Hz creative video-wall controller, allowing users to set images at any angle and combination across multiple displays manually or choose from a variety of pre-set modes.

“We’re very excited to be finally introducing our unique range of GeoBox products into Europe with our partner, MatrixWorks Europe,” said VNS CEO Steve Wang. “There’s nothing quite like them available, and AV professionals are going to enjoy reduced costs, easier installation and even more immersive experiences once they start using them.”