REAL-TIME STEREOSCOPIC 3D GRAPHICS: Following on from a successful debut at the FIFA World Cup this is the perfect opportunity for visitors to see BrandMaster™, the world's first stereoscopic master control switcher with integrated branding. The international launch of Pixel Power's stereoscopic 3D technology brings the ability for operators to easily make dynamic adjustments to the eye separation and the Z-Plane position, ensuring that graphics remain (or are introduced) in the correct visual space, allowing broadcasters to maximise the 3D viewing experience.
LAUNCH OF EXPANDED BRANDMASTER CONTROL SYSTEM: With the introduction of BrandMaster Pixel Power created a unique, combined dynamic branding/master control technology. Now the company has introduced the latest enhancements to its BrandMaster Control System, a user configurable, any-screen-to-any-device branding and master control environment. Customers can deploy Video Switch Panels (hardware) - designed with traditional master control layout in mind combined with unique full-colour TFT switches that can display images of graphics and video assets, alone or in combination with soft panels configured and hosted within the Pixel Power Management Console environment. Using TCP/IP protocols, this control system provides previously unseen levels of configurability and control over the BrandMaster environment and beyond.
MULTI-PLATFORM GRAPHICS DELIVERY: Pixel Power continues to expand its automated branding and promotion technology. It will highlight enhanced file-based output capabilities that enable broadcasters to deliver graphics to additional viewing screens such as mobile devices and PCs simultaneously within their existing broadcast workflow. There will be a full demonstration on the stand.
AUTOMATED TRANSITION LOGIC (ATL): ATL simplifies operations and reduces the possibility of graphical playout errors. It allows templates to modify their appearance automatically in response to changes in one or more of the objects within the template. This ensures that a single template can accommodate dynamic changes to data or graphical objects without the need for external intervention or the creation of additional templates. For example, a logo could be automatically repositioned, when a lower third is added without the need to take off the logo, trigger another animation, or even playout a new template page.