Morgan Hill, CA (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
Leading LCD controller developer Digital View has announced a tie-up with calibration experts SpectraCal to offer support for the CalMAN automatic calibration tool on Digital View’s latest high performance LCD controllers.
Digital View’s partnership with SpectraCal offers their many LCD monitor builder and specialist display integrator clients a highly automated and simpler way to accurately calibrate their Digital View based LCD products.
CalMan software, with its easy to follow workflows, allows users to fully calibrate a display to conform with specific image specifications within 10 to 30 minutes, depending upon the scope of work. Interfacing via the serial RS-232 port on the Digital View LCD interface controller, the CalMAN software takes control of the gamma and image manipulation tools to automatically deliver the most accurate calibration result possible. The CalMAN software is compatible with all the major calibration probes and can be adapted to others if required.
“The partnership with Digital View brings one of the world’s leading LCD controller developers together with the very best in light science and process software engineering,” says Steve Jackson, Director of Business Development at SpectraCal. “We can now confidently tell our display partners that with Digital View and SpectraCal they are getting the best and most accurate image representation available in the market”.
“Our controllers have longed been used in image critical applications, from radar to broadcast and medical,” says Neil Wood, President of Digital View Inc. “Adding CalMAN support now provides a simple and cost effective route for our integrator partners to quickly ensure the necessary consistency their customers rely upon.”
The tie-up will also see a number of new products from the two companies. The first of which will be a workflow for multiple display matching in video wall applications. New interface technology from Digital View will combine with CalMAN to provide complete and simplified calibration for ‘tiled’ video applications - a process that has historically been both arduous and inaccurate.
SpectraCal and Digital View will be demonstrating the solution in January at ISE 2012, Amsterdam.
For more information contact:
Steve Jackson: Director of Business Development, SpectraCal: steve.jackson(at)spectracal(dot)com
+1 605 271 7957 or http://www.spectracal.com
Neil Wood: President of Digital View Inc, neil.wood(at)digitalview(dot)com
1 408 782 7773 or http://www.digitalview.com