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Sony launches 4K at ISE

Sony launches its 4K visual presentation solution, Vision Presenter PWA-VP100, at Integrated Systems Europe 2014

 

In our data rich society, various different types of information are used for decision-making and communication. For example in business, all kinds of content sources such as videos, still images, presentation slides, websites, and video conferencing need to be easily accessible to enable quick business decisions. However, until now, it has not been possible to share all those sources of information simultaneously on one screen. 

Sony’s Vision Presenter uses a 4K viewing system which can display four times as much information as HD, allowing information from multiple sources to appear together in high quality, even on a large screen. It is also extremely easy to operate using either a conventional wireless mouse or tablet device. Sony’s Vision Presenter can handle diverse information faster and easier, providing effective presentation and activating discussion in occasions where you need to manage multiple sources of information at the same time. 

The system is able to select a layout pattern of your choice and display information from various sources simultaneously. 

It can also be controlled through either a conventional wireless mouse or tablet devices. Interactive operation can be performed regardless of where the system is located. For example, shuffling contents by dragging and dropping to a main screen from source screens or maximising main screen size to focus on one content source can be done instantly.

Using Sony’s professional WUXGA projectors, equipped with edge-blending functionality, Vision Presenter allows images from two projectors to be ‘tiled’ seamlessly to create super-sized image displays up to 3552 x 1200. 

Sony’s Vision Presenter is able to control Sony’s PTZ camera SRG series (SRG-120DH, SRG-300H) and BRC series (BRC-H900, BRC-Z700, BRC-Z330) through a remote-control function pop-up on the screen. It can control the Pan/Tilt/Zoom of the camera position, allowing users to present live video images on the screen. Without interrupting the flow of presentation, it is possible to insert live video effectively and pre-set a camera position so it can be called up anytime. This function can also be performed remotely by tablet devices.

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