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This is Part 5 of a video processing technology training series extracted from RGB Spectrum's Design Guide.
RGB Spectrum believes in investing in the intellectual capital of our nation’s youth. In this spirit, RGB Spectrum recently hosted a group of high school students enrolled in the Joseph A. Forgione Development School for Youth for an afternoon of career-focused workshops.
4K is an ultra high-resolution video format that offers four times the resolution of HD (3840 x 2160 instead of 1920 x 1080). Over the past year, the buzz surrounding 4K technology has been intensifying.
RGB Spectrum is pleased to announce the launch of the world’s first true UHD video wall processor, the MediaWall® V, offering up to 4K resolution I/O, single wire connectivity and fully scalable windows.
The King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) located in Amman, Jordan, provides training on counter-terrorism, special operations and irregular warfare tactics, techniques and procedures.
In recent years, Washington University in St. Louis has strengthened its impact and reputation by expanding facilities, recruiting top-notch faculty, and developing new and innovative educational programs.
RGB Spectrum’s approach to video wall processors is much like Formula 1 racing. Formula 1 car racing is all about performance tuning, with stringent rules that define the components and design parameters.
Digital technologies have revolutionized the way we work with both audio and video signals. However, representing information as groups of binary numbers requires an enormous amount of computing power, specifically memory capacity and processing capability. These requirements become especially challenging when audio and video signals are involved, because massive amounts of data are necessary to translate the characteristics of sound and light into bits.
RGB Spectrum is pleased to announce the launch of a new design services program to better meet the needs of our valued partners world-wide.
We are pleased to announce the opening of an impressive new showroom and demo center in our Dubai sales office. This is the latest addition to RGB Spectrum’s demo center facilities, located in major cities worldwide.
One issue that impacts both commercial users and consumers alike is how to protect and display copyrighted material. Because digital content can be copied and played back with a quality level equal to the original source, it’s possible to make copies to sell or re-broadcast this content without providing compensation to the original source providers.
In partnership with the US Department of Energy, the UC Berkeley Regents recently upgraded their Emergency Operations Center (EOC) located in a high-profile experimental facility in Berkeley, CA.
Integrating disparate computer systems is a constant challenge for those seeking to effectively manage control room resources. Traditional approaches often fall short because they are too complex, time-consuming and costly. RGB Spectrum offers a better solution: integrating with video.
This article presents an overview of video signal interfaces such as DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, HDBaseT and optical fiber systems.
The Department of Homeland Security announced today that Kapersky Lab researchers have identified a new type of malware dubbed “BlackEnergy.”
“India has successfully reached Mars!” declared Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully placed a satellite into Martian orbit. “History has been created today.
This article presents an overview of video signal types along with a discussion of digital signals and compression. Other articles in this series delve into interface types, content protection, signal integrity, EDID, color processing and conversion, and streaming.
One of the most disturbing presentations at Black Hat’s 2014 Security Conference in Las Vegas was a seminar entitled “BadUSB – On accessories that turn evil.” USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a ubiquitous and very flexible protocol that simplifies the connectivity of peripheral devices to computers.