27.02.19

VuWall launches new products at ISE 2019

VuWall

VuWall has released three new product series

The latest addition to the TRx video distribution platform, the 2.3 version, has been launched, featuring resolutions of up to 4K 4:4:4. The platform comes with VuWall encoders, decoders and video wall over IP processors, supporting encoders and decoders from the SDVoE Alliance, the SRT Alliance, AMX SVSI, Matrox and H.264 stream accessible over RTSP.

The 2.3 version features a new control panel designer and a scripting tool for bespoke management.

Management of the system is accomplished through a central TRx server for deployment of numerous devices. It also features a web interface that allow for maintenance and control of systems from any point on the network.

VuWall also demonstrated its VuScape series of video wall controllers, capable of powering up to 64 sources on 64 individual displays, the controllers are SRT compliant for low latency and security encryption.

The controllers can be combined with VuWall2 software, allowing users to embed video images onto any part of the video wall.

Finally, VuWall also launched its latest version of CoScape, a multi-display collaboration and display system.

CoScape allows all sources to be displayed together on a single or multiple touch surface, creating an interactive, turn-key display for visual collaboration.

CoScape comes with an integrated control panel designer, allowing users to build custom control panels by adding buttons capable of launching a layout or script. Multiple panels can be created, integrating customer logos or background pictures.

The scripting tool allows external devices to be controlled to switch displays on and off as well as controlling audio.

Touch display support is also featured, allowing each output to be assigned to another touch USB device.

An open platform is used, supporting standard applications and also allows HDMI sources from laptops or workstations to be controlled through KM modules that are connected to the sources via USB.

The sources are controllable through the interactive wall with a touch back function, without requiring software to be installed on a PC.

Audio and video from multiple inputs can also be displayed with up to 4k60fps, with control via keyboard and mouse or touch gesture.