SuperView 3000RT offers up to 12 simultaneous video and computer signals on a single display
NOVEMBER 25--RGB Spectrum (Alameda, CA; www.rgb.com) is now offering the SuperView 3000RT, the latest product in the SuperView video windowing product line.
NOVEMBER 25--RGB Spectrum (Alameda, CA; www.rgb.com) is now offering the SuperView 3000RT, the latest product in the SuperView video windowing product line. The SuperView is an advanced multi-input display processor that combines up to 12 computer and/or video signals on a single monitor or projector.
Each input channel offers a choice of RGB, S-Video, or composite video. With up to 12 RGB and video input signals displayed simultaneously out of 36 possible switched inputs, the SuperView processor offers a better alternative to video walls and other arrays of monitors or projectors. The SuperView processor is easily installed and compatible with virtually all PCs and workstations. Functions can be controlled either from the easy-to-use front panel or remotely via the RS-232 port. Optional VCP software controls the system under Windows.
Display alternatives are virtually infinite, and include side-by-side, picture-in-picture, and even overlapping windows. Each input can be panned and zoomed to emphasize areas of particular interest. Output resolution is user-selectable up to 1600 x 1200 pixels. In addition, the output can be genlocked to an external signal, which can be displayed in the background. A DVI output is available for display devices that accept a digital signal.
Designed for maximum flexibility, the SuperView processor is a solution for applications in command-and-control, remote video monitoring, teleconferencing, and multimedia display.