New display wall processor from Mitsubishi Electric
A new real time image processor from Mitsubishi, to be launched at ISE 2012, enables multiple real-time window overlays with no dropped frames.
The new VC-MK4000 is the latest generation display wall image processor from Mitsubishi, allowing multiple windows to be overlaid on a display wall system in very high quality. The high-bandwidth system architecture allows all windows to be displayed in real time with no dropped frames to ensure the best possible picture quality.
The VC-MK4000 can be configured to drive either 16 displays, with four windows per display, or eight displays with eight possible window overlays. Each window displays RGB at 1920 x 1200 pixels (WUXGA) or video at 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD). All windows are displayed at native refresh rates, irrespective of the number of inputs shown or their type. Up to 32 VC-MK4000 units can be daisy-chained to allow up to 256 displays to be controlled as a single system -each one capable of showing eight overlaid windows, or a total of 32 windows per system.
As well as operating as a standalone unit, Mitsubishi can supply the VC-MK4000 combined with an optional PC platform (Base Computer) to allow the increased versatility of operating system access and user-configurable output graphics cards. A new version of Mitsubishi’s display wall software, D-Wall5, will also be launched at ISE 2012.