Mersive’s Display

For those of you not familiar with Mersive, in as few words as possible, they make a “Solution” that is a matrix of rear projectors. Much like that huge 4×5 Wall-o-TVs at the back of every Best Buy. So what makes Mersive special? The resolution, their crisp, sweet, Mmmmmm, resolution. And if the 14x higher resolutions than HD don’t wet your whistle, then you might be interested in how their displays can be interactive to open a whole new world of gaming. Too bad Engineers get all the love.

Other m-Series systems being displayed include the m^27 Scryer, a 27 megapixel ultra definition display that measures 25′ 5″ wide by 10′ 9″ tall by 36″ deep (24′ 5″ x 8′ 7″ viewable screen area) with a resolution 14x greater than HD.

Mersive Technologies, a leader in the creation of Ultra Definition (UD) displays, today announced the development of a cost-efficient, 11 megapixel ultra definition Stylus display for engineering design. The first in a line of Mersive m-Series displays, the m^11 Stylus provides a seamless, rear projected 11 million pixel palette on a 14′ wide by 5′ tall viewable screen surface. Designed for engineering review and collaboration, the self-contained m-Series Stylus occupies only 36 inches of floor depth making it a perfect fit for small conference rooms and engineering work areas.

“Engineering and collaborative design have been severely limited by the complexity associated with high resolution displays for design review and communication,” says Randall Stevens, President and CEO of Mersive Technologies. “The m-Series Stylus sets a new standard for small footprint, ultra resolution engineering displays at an unprecedented cost per pixel.”

The m-Series Stylus helps engineers more effectively view high resolution information such as 3D design models, computational fluid dynamics (cfd) data, and still images. Engineers from a variety of fields including automotive, aerospace, design & construction and oil & gas will find myriad uses for the displays. Mersive also is assisting the leading visualization software providers to enable support for their applications on the m-Series displays. A limited number of units will be available beginning in September 2007.

Mersive will showcase the Mersive m^11 Stylus along with other m-series ultra definition displays in Booth 15023 at the InfoComm exhibition, June 19th – 21st , in Anaheim, California. Other m-Series systems being displayed include the m^27 Scryer, a 27 megapixel ultra definition display that measures 25′ 5″ wide by 10′ 9″ tall by 36″ deep (24′ 5″ x 8′ 7″ viewable screen area) with a resolution 14x greater than HD. The m^5 Navigator is a 5 megapixel tabletop ultra definition display (2.5x greater resolution than HD) and provides the ability to easily view high resolution maps and aerial photography. These displays are made possible by combining Mersive’s underlying Sol

Server software for multi-projector calibration and the company’s new Stingray software for media management and communication with ultra definition displays. Visit www.mersive.com for more information.

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2 Responses to “Mersive intro’s new Display and can’t decide if Ultra Definition or 14x Greater than HD is more awesome…”

  1. D&D Nerd.com on June 20th, 2007 4:33 pm

    I can see one of these being awesome as a spectator display for LAN parties. However, using it to actually play games would be equally awesome! ^_^

    I can only imagine how Supreme Commander would be like on two of these things.

  2. Extreme Map Display! | D&D Nerd.com on June 20th, 2007 7:07 pm

    […] If you lack a projector, and/or miniatures, you can always use a plain computer monitor or even a TV to display a map and tokens. One tool that I know can be used for this is RPTools’ Maptool. While this may work well with a plain monitor or a nice sized TV, why settle with just plain old stuff? Why not do this on a 25′ 5″ x 10′ 9″ monitor? […]

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