- In live-action applications such as IMAG and live televised events, where live presenters and the projected images may be visible at the same time, or for simulation, where on-screen imagery must immediately respond to trainee input, video latency must be as close to zero as possible. With this in mind, Digital Projection’s (Booth N939) Fusion MD and Fusion 3D processors were created to specifically provide the most advanced multi channel warp and blend for critical real-time applications. The advanced architecture of the Fusion processors results in video latency that equates to just a few lines of a single video frame--basically, near-zero latency.
- From a system design perspective, one Fusion MD or Fusion 3D processor is configured for each projector in the application. Each projector’s input source simply loops through the related FUSION processor, then into the projector. FusionNet, DP’s new network control application, provides complete access to all adjustments for both the projectors and the FUSION processors, via a single window desktop application. Warp, blend and all projector alignments, for as many channels as the application requires, are intuitive and precise.
- Fusion MD (minimum delay): This high bandwidth, near-zero latency processor provides warp and blend for sources with resolution up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200) at 60 Hz, and outputs to projectors with native resolution up to WUXGA as well. This makes the Fusion MD the perfect warp and blend solution to match nearly any of DP’s projectors with native resolution of WUXGA or less. There is no scaling in the Fusion MD processor, so optimally, the source input should match the native resolution of the projector.
Fusion 3D: This extreme bandwidth, near-zero latency processor provides warp and blend for sources with resolution up to WQXGA (2560 x 1600) at 60 Hz, and outputs to projectors with native resolution up to WQXGA as well. This makes the Fusion 3D the perfect warp and blend solution to match our soon to be launched dVision 35-WQXGA.