AV Stumpfl to present new media servers at InfoComm 2017

Austrian AV technology manufacturer AV Stumpfl will present new projection screens and media servers at InfoComm 2017.

For the first time, the new Monoclip screen system will be presented at a major US exhibition. It combines all the advantages of the Monoblox system with a full clean profile without studs and press snaps. The Monoclip's entire frame block unfolds and the snap joints lock automatically.
InfoComm visitors interested in roll up screens will also be able to discover the AV Stumpfl INLINE system. This roll up screen was designed so that its lower screen edge can completely disappear within its casing. A noiseless motor with special rubber mounting is available for rolling the screen up and down, in addition to a hand operated crank drive.
Projection screen professionals will also be able to see the FullWhite Curve in action at the AV Stumpfl booth. FullWhite Curve is a custom-made projection screen with a border and depthless appearance that makes it suitable for being used in locations that demand product quality and design.
New to the InfoComm will be the fully upgraded Wings Engine Stage media server. The flagship Wings Engine RAW 8K server will also be shown at InfoComm. Another addition to AV Stumpfl’s media server and show control family is the new Wings Player. This digital signage hardware player closes the gap between video players and fully blown media servers. It features automatic camera based calibration and soft-edge blending for flat surfaces and can be upgraded for use in 3D projection mapping setups.
AV Stumpfl will exhibit in Booth #3735 at InfoComm 2017.

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