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Mersive to Showcase Beyond-HD Display Technology

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Mersive Technologies will demonstrate its advanced display management products at InfoComm 2010 in Las Vegas, June 9-11, 2010, in Booth N1129. At the show, Mersive will introduce new products that automatically align and blend multiple video projection devices into one beyond-HD image. Designed for engineering, science, and education applications, the products make large-scale visualization of pictures, models, drawings, and data easy and affordable.

In its booth, the company will showcase its new products running a seamless display of multiple BenQ front projectors; full overlap of multiple projectors is supported for increased brightness. In addition, Mersive will demonstrate its display management products controlling a vibrant and seamless video wall using Planar's rear projection light engines. Mersive's products support any projectors with wide field of view displays and complex surface geometries, from flat to spherical.


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