By DE Editors
Mersive Technologies, Inc. has announced the M-Series, an 11-megapixel display that delivers a 157 in. diagonal image while using a footprint that is 24 in. deep. The company says the image is almost six times the resolution of HD and enables collaborative visualization for applications such as engineering design and scientific visualization.
At less than two feet deep, the M-Series eliminates the need for room reconfiguration and specialized HVAC and building infrastructure. It can be maintained by IT or business staff. It uses Mersive’s SOL Harmony display management software engine that automatically aligns, color balances, and maintains image quality across multiple projectors throughout the life of the display.
The company says the M-Series display system sets up in less than a half day and requires minimal ongoing maintenance. It works many video sources, including PCs, or video wall controllers. Image quality is obtained by combining multiple HD resolution projection units into a single, seamless image of over 11 megapixels.
"Until now, large format, high resolution display systems for oil and gas, government, and transportation applications were cost prohibitive, high maintenance, and limited to use in specifically designed rooms," says Rob Balgley, CEO of Mersive. "The M-Series eliminates those challenges and costs 70% less than what a typical 11-megapixel display would cost. Our goal is to make large-scale, far beyond-HD displays an off-the-shelf, affordable technology that is accessible for virtually any market or display application."
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.