AV Stumpfl to Debut New Screen Systems, Media Server Hardware and XR Production Solutions at ISE 2022

AV Stumpfl new products at ISE 2022AV Stumpfl will debut its latest ALR (ambient light-rejecting) projection screen systems, the new PIXERA four media server hardware and new XR virtual production solutions at this year’s ISE show in Barcelona, Spain. In addition to demonstrating the benefits of its latest ALR screen systems, AV Stumpfl will also present its AT64-SHIFT screen system legs and Fullwhite Curve projection screen. AV Stumpfl will be located at booth #3B600.

New Products at ISE 2022

  •  The ALR Decoframe Ambiance UST (ultra-short throw) combines years of customer feedback relating to AV Stumpfl’s acclaimed Decoframe series with the latest in ALR technology, making it an exciting product for professional meeting room setups.
  • AT64-SHIFT projection screen legs are a product that makes it possible to assemble a large mobile projection screen in a matter of minutes and to adjust its height in just a few seconds.
  • AV Stumpfl’s screen design product, Fullwhite, offers a depthless and borderless appearance that makes projected images appear to float in mid-air.

PIXERA

The AV Stumpfl booth will also highlight the brand-new PIXERA media server hardware, PIXERA four, as well as product demonstrations related to the recently released software version, PIXERA 1.8. PIXERA four is a powerful media server hardware system designed for demanding real-time graphics applications and XR/AR broadcast setups. PIXERA version 1.8 also opens the doors wide for virtual production setups that feature XR, AR and/or MR (mixed reality) components.

AV Stumpfl will also preview its show control solution, PIXERA control, developed for handling integrated systems. This distributed integration and control framework empowers users to host new functionalities within PIXERA and to control all aspects of an extended project environment. Anything a user creates and integrates can be distributed across the connected systems. Third-party systems can communicate directly with the PIXERA API via dedicated “modules” such as BECKHOFF automation technologies or Smart Monkeys’ ISAAC Workspace.