The first product featuring on this weeks blog is the OpusCube Fine Pixel LED Video Wall, designed by Opus Brilliance.
Opus Brilliance are planning on unveiling a fine pixel pitch LED video wall called the OpusCube. The OpusCube panels have a flat back and will be two inches thick when installed on the wall, as there are zero external cables.
Notable features of the OpusCube include:
- Seamless panel integration
- Low/no heat
- Fan free and quiet operation
- A six-axis perfect alignment system
Each cube display is 640x360x55 millimeters and it uses 24-bit color processor has a refresh rate of 3840Hz. Each cube is also fully front serviceable for easy maintenance and includes a specially designed magnetic tile removal tool to easily remove and replace the modules. The video wall can either be wall or hanging/flown mounted and is only 2 inches deep with no external cables and a flat back for mounting.
The second term featured on this weeks blog is Extron’s new TLP Pro 525T tabletop TouchLink Pro Touchpanel.
Their new 5″ tabletop model features a high-performance·quad-core processor as well as promising eight times more memory and an 800×480 capacitive touchscreen built with scratch and smudge-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.
The TLP Pro 525T accepts PoE — Power over Ethernet, which amazingly allows it to receive power and communication over a single Ethernet cable.
All TouchLink Pro touchpanels can be customised using Extron’s GUI Designer software. This interface design software offers ready-to-use templates for a wide variety of rooms and presentation environments. These designs may be used as is, or equally can be customized for the application by simply changing individual graphic elements.