01.15.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
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Sony’s 42-inch PlasmaPro display features WVGA resolution

The 42-inch PlasmaPro from Sony is a widescreen plasma display designed for rugged digital signage and entertainment applications. Features include anti-reflective panel protection for high-contrast image display and WVGA resolution with support for high-resolution video and computer graphics. Other PlasmaPro displays include 50-inch and 32-inch models. For more info: www.sony.com/digitalsignage.

Clarity Visual Systems offers 40-inch LCD for digital signage

The Bobcat II from Clarity Visual Systems is a 40-inch direct view LCD display designed specifically for digital signage applications. Features include a slim footprint, picture-in-picture capability, and backlight control that automatically adjusts brightness as ambient light changes. For more info: www.clarityvisual.com.

Visual Circuits introduces Multi-Zone to simplify narrowcasting of broadcast-quality content

Visual Circuits introduced its Multi-Zone functionality, which enables graphic designers, video production houses, and creative agencies to develop digital signage that incorporates simultaneous graphics, scrolling text, and video at broadcast TV production quality. “Multi-zone” refers to the ability to define various areas of a display as zones, assign different types of content for each zone, and dynamically update this content via the Internet. For more info: www.visualcircuits.com.

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