Verotec customises housing for video wall processing

Creative software and technology company, 7thSense, showcased the Juggler pixel processor system at Integrated Systems Europe last month. It a bandwidth of 14Gbytes per second and is designed for graphics performance and controllability in very large video walls, complex multiple displays and high resolution canvases. It is described as future-proofed to accept unlimited sources, and transfers server PCI/PCIe card processing elements into a modular hardware base for full high-bit depth pixel-based colour processing, warp and blend. It also supports 2D, passive and active 3D stereo.

Verotec provides the housing for the Juggler system. It is a custom size, thermally managed 1U, 500mm deep, 19-inch chassis comprising formed steel base and top with extruded front and rear panels and various brackets for mounting fans, I/O and an FPGA motherboard. The last is described as ‘the hardware heart of the Juggler system’. The custom chassis was delivered four weeks from the start of the initial design discussions, and was achieved despite the added complication of the Christmas shutdown, boasts Verotec.

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