Sussex, England — 7thSense Design has announced the newer, faster and more powerful configuration of its Delta Infinity Media Server with the release of Infinity III, and will be showcasing the technology at this year’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) tradeshow in Amsterdam.
As the world’s highest performance media server, Infinity III delivers uncompressed 3GB/S playback capable of powering 8K 60p, or true 8K (8K x 4K) 30p displays as a single-box configuration.
Built to support a broad range of applications requiring a high quality image source matched to a particular display, the technology plays native uncompressed video with full timeline control, warp, blend, full dome, and abstract mesh screen modes. Infinity III promises solid playback for high performance and complex projection environments including multi-channel full domes, digital signage installations, video walls and visitor attractions.
The company, with offices in Sussex, England and Michigan, USA, has begun shipping Infinity III to projects worldwide, including premium theme park and attraction sites in North America and Asia.
Finalist in two categories of the 2015 Technology inAVation Awards, Infinity III will be demonstrated at ISE on the Sony company stand. The dedicated 7thSense company stand will also feature the Infinity III in addition to the full range of uncompressed, interactive Delta Media Servers including the low-cost, single-output Delta Nano, the Delta Nucleus and the new Delta Nano 4K; capable of UltraHD 30fps uncompressed playback from a small 1U rackmount unit.
See the Delta Media Server and software range at ISE 2015 on the 7thSense stand and partner stands:
7thSense Design (10-R114)
Barco (11-F78, 11-H75, 2-A42)
Digital Projection (1-F60)
Delta Infinity III Media Server features include:
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