eyevis: Visualisation in TV studios12 September 2014
eyevis is presenting its ideas for demanding visualisation challenges for TV studios, direction rooms, post production and digital signage applications. Created specifically to fit the requirements of the broadcast sector are eyevis’ new 85 inch Ultra HD displays at 60Hz, SLIM-Cubes with a depth of only 455 mm, improved DLP-Cubes in the new EC-1004 series, high quality LED modules at 1.5mm, 2mm and 2.5mm pixel pitch, the latest generation of eyevis preview monitors, plus its successful omniSHAPES.
A key product is eyevis’ highest resolution, large surface representation for behind and in front of the camera; the new 85 inch 60Hz 3840×2160 Ultra HD-LC display. Specific to the requirements of TV studios, the Genlock-compatible display with an image frequency of 60Hz can be adjusted to conventional studio frequencies. Due to the high brightness level of 500cd/m² and one hundred percent NTSC, the display also offers some of the best image characteristics for digital signage applications in bright ambient light conditions.
Additionally the display, through an OPS-compatible slot for an eyeProcessing-Unit (EPU), can be equipped with an EPU scaler. The scaler offers a 3G HD-SDI interface. Extended operational potential of the 85-inch display for broadcast and digital signage applications is added through an optional touch system on infrared basis.
Also here at IBC eyevis is demonstrating the features of its new Slim rear projection cubes for professional usage in control rooms and TV studios. With a depth of only than 455mm, the new Slim-Cubes can be used in areas that were, due to space requirements, not suitable for rear projection cubes before. Plus with the new EYE-LCD-1700-HB-BC-V2 and EYE-LCD-2100-HB-BC-V2, eyevis presents the next generation of its preview monitors for broadcast applications with 17-inch and 21-inch screens. Due to their brightness of more than 1000cd/m², high contrast and full HD resolution these displays offer best image characteristics for preview representation of TV footage.