2014 - Day 2

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56 | 2014 INTERNATIONAL CES DAILY | JANUARY 8/10, 2014 HOME VIDEO DarbeeVision's DVP-5100CIE HDMI video processor DarbeeVision Demos Phase HD Processing Solution BY GREG TARR LVH SUITE 1365 DarbeeVision is unveiling here some of the latest additions to its family of image-enhancement products, including the new DVP-5100CIE (custom installer edition) HDMI video processor. The DVP-5100CIE includes PhaseHD technology, which is said to solve many HDMI connectivity issues, and Darbee Visual Presence DVP processing, which adds new levels of depth and clarity to any digital image. Not part of the DVP-5100CIE but also on tap for a public viewing is a display of native 4K video processed with DVP technology. At the show, DarbeeVision will also be demonstrating what 4K Ultra HD video can achieve when processed by DVP technology. DarbeeVision said that Ultra HD images, while stunning, are still fat when compared with 4K images that have been processed by the native 4K version of DVP. Meanwhile, the DVP-5100CIE — which installs between any HDMI source and display — is equipped with a sleek black metal 19-inch rackmountable case with rear connectors and an IR extender port, and is USB feld upgradable. The inclusion of PhaseHD technology is said to enhance ease of use by solving connectivity and compliance issues sometimes associated with using HDMI devices, cables and extenders. With PhaseHD, the overall performance of HDMI cables is maximized by taking into account the source signal, data rate, and cable length (up to a maximum of 50m 26AWG for 1080p60) to con- Westinghouse Shows 84" UHD White Board BY GREG TARR LVH SUITE 573 Westinghouse Digital is showcasing this week an 84-inch LED-backlit Ultra HD interactive whiteboard (IWB), as the new fagship of its IWB line. The Westinghouse Digital 84-inch WB84KH1 Ultra HD IWB is slated to ship in the frst quarter of 2014 at a $13,999 suggested retail. It will join the currently available 1080p IWB models in the 55- ($2,999), 65- (4,999) and 70-inch ($5,999) screen sizes. Westinghouse Digital is targeting the displays at corporate and educational markets for business meetings, presentations, classroom instruction, training and communications. are All a compatible with the Windows 8 and 7 operating operatin systems and have an available optional PC module ($999) that plugs into a provided slot. Users can ca also supply their own PC. The displays feature a proprietary sixpoint touch system with Intuitive Rapid Response. The intuitive control utilizes an included touch pen or the tip of a fnger, both of which are rapidly recognized by detecting touch points at a response time of 4 milliseconds, and a touch radius of 5mm. trol the low- and high-speed signals on both ends of the cable, DarbeeVision said. CES demonstrations will include: • native 4K video enhanced by Darbee Visual Presence; • the new DVP-5100CIE in action; • consumer and home-theater products featuring DarbeeVision Technologies; • the OPPO BDP-103D featuring Darbee Visual Presence; • Lumagen video systems products featuring Darbee Visual Presence; • gaming demos showing how Darbee Visual Presence enhances game play; and • Darbee technologies for Security and Medical images. QD Vision Demos Full Gamut NTSC Color BY GREG TARR LVH HOSPITALITY SUITES 4106, 4117 QD Vision is demonstrating here this week its Color IQ Full Gamut 100 percent NTSC color technology in Sony's Bravia TV model KDL55W905A. The company's IQ quantum dot optics technology is offered to TV manufacturers including Sony for inclusion in their HD TV sets. QD Vision calls the system "the only commercially available solution that enables CE manufacturers to deliver Full Gamut 100 percent NTSC color to televisions at LCD price points." QD Vision's Color IQ is a semiconductor nanocrystal technology that precisely emits light to produce bluer blues, greener greens and redder reds. LCD TVs and monitors with Color IQ are said to produce a more dynamic range of colors and can show the true natural palette encoded in the picture. The technology is said to be cost effective and uses light-emitting properties of semiconductor nanocrystals to deliver a new value proposition for LED-based products. CESWEB.ORG

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