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Here’s What SDVoE Has Planned for InfoComm 2024

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The SDVoE Alliance will feature three booth demonstrations at InfoComm 2024. These interactive showcases will spotlight the eco-friendliness, unmatched performance and high-quality visual formats available within the SDVoE ecosystem. The demonstrations will take place in the SDVoE Alliance’s booth, C8157, at InfoComm 2024 from June 12-14, 2024, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The CODEC Shootout highlights the next evolution in image quality. The decoded video output of an SDVoE endpoint is compared head-to-head with an ASIC-based solution. On two dedicated displays, observers will experience the superior image quality of the high-performance SDVoE Pixel Packing CODEC against the highly compressed ASPEED JPEG2000-based 1G solution. Controlled via a touch screen controller, users can explore various source and display configurations, including Multiview, a feature that is uniquely supported by SDVoE technology. This demo showcases the power and flexibility of SDVoE while highlighting the limitations of competing solutions.

Here’s a video we shot of the CODEC Shootout at InfoComm 2024:

The demonstration highlights the future of KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) control with an immersive demonstration featuring the BlueRiver KVM Software Development Kit. Attendees will experience seamless mouse roaming across multiple PC desktops on a single display, dynamically switching control from one PC to another as the mouse roams across a Quad Split multiview layout. Utilizing hotkeys, users can lock the USB mouse and keyboard control to a specific PC or transition to full-screen mode effortlessly. Additionally, attendees will witness the innovative capabilities of the BlueRiver Bitmap Streamer tool developed by Semtech, which enables graphical overlays describing the source content.

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The interactive demonstration will showcase the HDMI point-to-point extension of a 5K60 4:2:0 image format using compact, cost-effective and energy-efficient SDVoE endpoints, with guaranteed reach performance up to 100m over standard Cat6a cable. The 5K HDMI Point-to-Point Extension demo showcases the emerging 5K format, ideal for ultrawide desktops and video conferencing applications. Attendees will experience the seamless integration between a PC equipped with Nvidia graphics and an ultrawide 5K monitor, delivering unparalleled resolution and clarity for immersive collaboration experiences.

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