7thSense Design are launching a wide range of brand new system and hardware features at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) show at RAI, Amsterdam, running through February 9.
This year 7thSense will be demonstrating Delta Media Server’s extensive capabilities in addition to media playback and management. Visitors to the 7thSense ISE stand 12-A64 will experience hands-on demonstrations including:
With up to 50% more disk performance from a single server resulting in simpler server configurations for large channel count and high-performance systems.
A new GUI for distributing files around a set of Delta Servers giving users full control and management over multiple servers from a single server location.
The new look, more intuitive interface to manage Delta Servers. The powerful DeltaGUI also provides direct access to a detailed configuration of all servers and handles warping and blending of all display channels, compositing multiple sources, display configuration and management, spline editing, mesh editing and dome projector layout design.
Delta Media Server is integrated with a number of industry virtual reality (VR) headsets including StarVR®, HTC VIVE®, OCULUS Rift, and any other headset supported by the OpenVR platform. This feature can be used for display system pre-visualisation and analysis, and is ideal for multi-user VR experiences and attractions.
A powerful feature for creating, visualising and configuring entire systems.
Allowing users to create and configure shows without the need for Delta Server hardware.
Matrox SDI output (64-bit) with support 12G-SDI and SFP direct fibre from the server.
John Higgins, product manager at 7thSense explains, “Delta Media Server is renowned for delivering the highest performance, pixel-perfect uncompressed playback. This year at ISE our new features and on-stand demonstrations will highlight its strengths as a flexible, configurable media management and playback engine that handles all pixel and audio processing to guarantee the best display performance, no matter what shape or size surface it might be.”
Delta Media Server has been designed by experts in display systems who have been involved in projects utilising every type of projected and fixed-matrix type of display system from major theme park dark rides to large screen Hollywood cinemas and multi-channel digital planetariums to 6,000 seat theatres and full-scale building projection for mass audiences.
The 7thSense stand will also feature a powerful, multi-capability 8K demonstration – all running from a single Infinity Media Server. Visitors can see Infinity powering a stunning 8K x 4K 10-bit 4:2:2 60FPS display while also driving a picture-in-picture preview output of DeltaVR with a StarVR® headset.
Nine Delta Media Servers can also be found driving displays on four 7thSense Design partner stands at this year’s show:
Higgins adds, “We are constantly raising the bar for media management and playback as we perpetually develop the features and functionality of our technologies. We look forward to welcoming ISE visitors to our stand.”
For more information visit www.7thsensedesign.com
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