Datapath technology proved central to a highly creative, multimedia launch event for the new Mercedes-Benz Travego at the company’s Turkish dealership in Istanbul. Two Datapath x4 display controllers were deployed in the set-up by regional system integrator, Front Pictures Studio, in order to output signals to a large number of projectors from a single server.
When APN Outdoor, a leading media operator, was tasked with supplying a pair of 20 screen Video Walls at Auckland Airport, the company turned to its trusted AV and digital signage solutions partner, VideoPro NZ. Like increasing numbers of digital signage companies across the world, VideoPro NZ opts to use Datapath display controller and distribution amplifier technology to ensure the delivery of projects with complete customer satisfaction.
YCD Multimedia, a leading global provider of advanced digital signage software solutions, is leveraging capture card technology from Datapath to great effect in a growing number of its customer projects. YCD’s C-nario Digital Signage Suite software offers unmatched capabilities in driving digital signage networks, including high impact video and mosaic walls in a native, pixel-perfect resolution.
The Guthrie Highways Control Centre in Malaysia is exploiting the benefits of Datapath ImageDP4 graphics cards and VisionHD4 capture cards on a recent project at its facility in Elmina, a new township to the west of Kuala Lumpur. The technology is being used to facilitate a high resolution 28 screen Video Wall that helps the centre keep tabs on the movement of traffic across this densely populated area.
Datapath ImageDP4 graphics cards and VisionHD4 capture cards are being used by Rapid Bus, a subsidiary of Prasarana, at the company’s recently constructed depot in Balakong in the southern suburbs of Kuala Lumpur. The technology is being used to facilitate a super high resolution (19200x4320) 40 screen video wall that helps the company control its large fleet of buses as they criss-cross this rapidly growing city.
Vision series capture cards from Datapath are being used by France-based UbiCast in the company's innovative UbiCast recorders – a range of products that facilitates automated Rich Media presentation capture for multi-room set-ups and large scale deployments.
When investor and developer, Art Mall, announced it was going to create a 50,000 m² shopping centre in Kiev, Ukraine, perhaps more surprising was the fact that it was going to feature an eye-catching and innovative art gallery as its centrepiece.
Part of a new look for ITV's Lorraine television programme centres on a seven-screen video wall that exploits the benefits of two x4 display wall controllers from Datapath, a world leader in multi-screen graphics technology.
x4 controllers deliver the brains behind video wall and immersive learning space.
Two schools in Sussex, the Hastings Academy and the St Leonards Academy, known collectively as HASLA (Hastings and St Leonards Academies), have been redeveloped recently with AV at the core of a directive to deliver innovative new schools with 21st century facilities. Among the technologies deployed to fulfil this aim are eight Datapath x4 multi-screen controllers (four in each academy), which perform a number of impressive functions.
X4 display controllers facilitate new video wall at Innovasport, Mexico City
Innovasport, one of Mexico's leading sports retailers, has rejuvenated its Mexico City store by incorporating a new video wall utilising Datapath x4 control technology. The project was challenging in that the display wall monitors were located in different and unusual orientations to create a unique canvas for the video. Furthermore, the video had to run 24/7 and offer remote administration of the content.
Digital media signage at major retailer relies on x4 display wall controllers.
BluChip Media, a leading supplier of digital media solutions based in Johannesburg, South Africa, are using Datapath x4 display wall controllers to help meet commitments at a growing number of stores, with a client base that includes, Vodacom, Cell C, Massmart and Blue Label Telecoms to name a few.
100,000 people witness Datapath technology in action at famous sailing event.
The glittering closing ceremony of the Vendée Globe 2013, the ultimate race in the ocean sailing calendar, featured lights, music, video and fireworks synchronised perfectly to create a breath taking multimedia performance. Over 100,000 people looked on in awe and amazement at the 90 minute visual spectacular, which centred on an impressive stage constructed on the beach at Les Sables d'Olonne in the Vendée region of western France - the start and finish point of the race. At the core of the video solution was the Datapath VisionRGB-E2S capture card and the Datapath x4 display wall technology.
Datapath x4 multi display controllers have helped a leading digital out-of-home (DOOH) media owner achieve new levels of product promotion and customer engagement at Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent.
Here, three Datapath x4 units serve a nine-screen video wall with up to 4 x HD content. With millions of visitors passing through the doors of Bluewater every year, this showcase unit is already proving a huge hit with advertisers and shoppers alike.
With Datapath technology deployed many times previously at the Eurovision Song Contest, the 2013 event in Malmö, Sweden proved no exception.
Having been asked by SVT (Swedish Television) to do the graphic content and provide the media server hardware, Beacon by SSR Stagelight AB opted to use the Datapath's VisionSDI2 capture cards and x4 display controller in the set up, with stunning results.
The three biggest television studios at the largest news organisation in the Netherlands have been upgraded to incorporate multiscreen display walls for media playback at ultra high resolution. The solution to the high stress signal distribution demands of this high profile installation is being provided by the x4 display wall controller from Datapath.
The Nederlandse Omroep Stichting (NOS) translates literally as the Netherlands Broadcasting Foundation. As the country’s largest organisation of its type, the NOS has a statutory obligation to deliver independent and reliable output for three Dutch public television channels. Typical programmes include daily news bulletins, parliamentary reporting and the coverage of sports events.
Across Europe, a myriad of pop concerts, stage musicals and televised singing competitions (including Sweden’s ‘Idol’ programmes), are using Datapath technology as part of creating a look that bedazzles the viewing audience.
When it comes to the stage and screen, entertainment has always been big business. However, competition is fierce and each show or programme has to present suitable ‘wow’ factor to retain and grow audience figures. With the advent of rapidly advancing technology, video experts have pushed the boundaries of set design and while doing so have created new challenges and new demands.
The U.S. Army soldier show is part of a program designed to entertain America's service personnel.
The place is Fort Hamilton, the U.S. Army based in Brooklyn. The on-site movie theatre is filled, but the audience isn't here to see any Spring blockbusters like Iron Man 2 or Robin Hood. Instead, the entertainment is a distinctly live nature: Everyone is rocking out to a lively rendition of the Miley Cyrus hit "Party on the U.S.A" A few minutes later, a pair of dancers glide around the stage to Irving Berlins "Cheek to Cheek".