Video warping chips address 2K and 4K small projector and digital signage markets

January 10, 2019 //By Julien Happich
Video warping chips address 2K and 4K small projector and digital signage markets
Omnitek has shipped the first of its Flex SoCs, a family of silicon devices designed for video warping in the small projector and digital signage markets.

Two family members are available, Flex 2K for 2K video (2048 x 1200) and Flex 4K for 4K video (4096 x 2400), both at up to 60fps. Both perform a comprehensive set of image geometry correction functions on a video stream, including rectilinear or arbitrary image warps and full 360-degree rotation, as well as edge blending. This makes them suitable for projector image correction and projection of a single large image from multiple projectors. Additionally, they can be used for camera lens correction, such as fish-eye lens distortion. The real-time response of the Flex 4K extends its suitability to VR and AR applications. Based on advanced FPGA technology, these devices are programmed as fixed-function parts and are supported by evaluation boards, reference software and datasheets. No FPGA design skills are required to use them.

Omnitek – www.omnitek.tv


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