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Eyevis EYE-LCD6400-4K 64" Display compatible with intoPIX new PRISTINE JPEG 2000 streaming system

12-07-2009 04:46 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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For Ultra HD (4K & 8K) applications, intoPIX, the leading JPEG 2000 solutions provider, and eyevis, the largescale display solution specialist, are pleased to announce that the EYE-LCD6400-4K 64" display is now compatible with intoPIX new Ultra HD PRISTINE JPEG 2000 streaming system. Using the advanced new PRISTINE 4K board, the intoPIX JPEG 2000 streaming system is capable of delivering breathtaking images to the EYE-LCD6400-4K display. With its 64" diagonal and its pinsharp 4Kresolution (4,096 x 2,160 pixels), this screen provides jawdropping images, capitalizing on the JPEG 2000 4K encoding quality of the intoPIX system. "intoPIX is pleased to bring a compatible solution with Eyevis supporting the impressive EYE-LCD6400-4K, the latest display from the EYE-LCD Series," says Jean-Baptiste Lorent, Marketing Manager of intoPIX. "With the intoPIX JPEG 2000 Ultra HD Streaming system powering this ultra high resolution monitor, postproduction houses and advanced research laboratories will be able to have future proof highquality video in Ultra HD resolutions (4K and 8K)." With its 85 ppi, the image density of the new EYE-LCD6400-4K panel is twice as high as any standard full HD 65inch panel. This exclusive pixel density makes this display the ideal solution for 4K digital cinema content. "The intoPIX JPEG 2000 solution gives us a powerful hardware option to work with advanced audiovisual applications. This allows us to handle JPEG 2000 Ultra High Definition (4K or 8K) streams from cameras and encoders on our new 4K, hires display," says Eric Henique, International Sales Manager at Eyevis. "Furthermore intoPIX allows us to benefit from the JPEG 2000 scalability. It is easy to extract from a 8K encoded source, a 4K or even a HD resolution." intoPIX will be showcasing this new technology at the CineGrid 4th Annual International Workshop 2009 (December 6th-9th, 2009) at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). ( A 4K encodingstreamingdecoding development Kit using the new PRISTINE board and using the new EYEVIS EYE-LCD6400-4K display was showcased on IBC 2009 in September in Amsterdam.

eyevis, German manufacturer and installer of large screen solutions, is a leading provider of visualisation systems for professional applications in control rooms, network operation centres and security installations. eyevis has a world-wide network of subsidiaries and resellers. eyevis is one of very few manufacturers on the market providing complete systems. eyevis one-stop solutions include display systems, graphics controllers and wall management software solutions.

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