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eyevis PxP pixelprocessor, the ideal solution for image correction
It comes with a comfortable gamma correction through a 24 bit LookUpTable (LUT) for gamma correction. Freely uploadable curves. For each colour (red, green and blue) an individual LUT can be uploaded.
for alpha shading, pixelwise transparency correction for hot spot correction, blending and masking. A shading map with transparency information for each pixel can be uploaded. the colour correction works by 3x3 colour transformation matrix for colour space transformations. Independent offsets for red, green and blue for brightness correction (black level increase). It has also pixel wise colour correction for shading correction. A shading map with independent transparency information for red, green and blue for each pixel can be uploaded. This can be used for blending, masking and colour correction if some parts of the image show colour shading effects. Thanks to the innovative "resolutionpassthrough technology", the device can be easily integrated into any system environment without the necessity to configure the desired resolution. Embedded resolution analysis. The resolution of the connected DVI-D source is detected and can be read out to ensure a correct resolution setting of the connected Image generators. There is also a DDC-EDID emulation to ensure easy integration with any Image generator. The EDID information can be programmed on the device so that the image generator will always detect the device and will not notice any changes of the connected display. Any setting and parameter can be permanently stored on the device. After a power cycle, no connection to a PC is needed to activate the setting stored last. Without saving the changed parameter, the device will come up with the last stored setting after power cycle. This ensure a safe, easy and user friendly interaction. A preset button can be used to load a standard configuration instead of the saved user configuration. Based on internal processing, the latency is reduced to a minimum of a couple of pixel. This ensures a lipsync fully genlocked processing of live video streams.
The input and output is a singlelink DVI-D for resolutions up to WUXGA (1920x1200@60Hz) or 2k (2048x1080@60Hz).
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