FUTURESoftware Ltd. has announced plans to exhibit at this year's NEC Showcase, set for May 16 in London.
According to a news release, in the broadcast zone, the company will show a mock-up of a broadcast TV studio with a single DigiSHOW broadcast player controlling background graphics shown on three NEC Display Solutions V652 displays fitted with NEC's NEW HDSDI input cards. The players will be set up in landscape to create the backdrop for the soft set, with graphical content supplied by Sky Sports News synchronized across all displays. The installation typifies the company's work for national and international broadcasters, it said in the release, and is based around the DigiSHOW SDIx, which synchronizes the HD SDI output of high definition quality graphics files between the three NEC displays. A DigiSHOW PIPView will also control a number of on-screen picture-in-picture insets on the background displays.
In the retail zone, FUTURESoftware will show a three-by-one video wall, each an NEC X463UN screen mounted in portrait and displaying at native resolution of 1920 x 1080. Three synchronized HD videos will run across the screens from one multiple output DigiSHOW SDIx that will output three videos synchronized to field level, which the company said ensures high image quality across the display. The displays, mounted on a Unicol stand, will also show a new application the company has in development, which changes content based on an automatic scan of the audience members' age, gender and facial expressions, the company said.
In the corporate zone's reception and internal messaging area, FUTURESoftware will show an NEC X463UN with its EDGE simple digital signage application, mounted on a Chief stand. The installation will mimic a company reception set-up and show live TV from the Exterity IPTV solution, along with video and still graphics files, including a native PowerPoint presentation. The solution is powered by the company's newest hardware player, the DigiSHOW EDGE Mini.
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