Just Add Power, prominent in AV-over-IP distribution, has invited installers to its virtual trade show 3D booth. Here, installers can learn about the company’s latest AV-over-IP solutions. The booth was originally introduced at InfoComm 2021.
The custom web-based 3D booth experience allows installers to get a closer look at its products. This includes the new MaxColor 4K60 transmitter and receiver series, and the 3G Ultra Warp Engine transmitter/receiver.
Breakdown of the 3D Booth
“In 2017, we offered our first 3D booth tour following CEDIA as a way for installers to revisit our booth, get all the information, and see demonstrations that were available during the show,” says Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at Just Add Power. Stricklin continues that the company is continuing the booth in light of limited travel and ISE 2022 postponement. Thus, he continues, installers can get the required information to keep moving their businesses and projects forward. He adds, “We’ve included videos and application information for all our new products, and our technicians are always just a phone call away…”
Ova-Nee Productions produced the 3D booth for Just Add Power. The tour walks customers through the Just Add Power trade show experience. It highlights key technologies and the full product catalog via video, drop-down menus and more. It also features product demonstrations during the tour.
Just Add Power says its MaxColor 4K60 transmitter and receiver series natively supports 4K60 in and out. This then allows end users to play 4K Ultra HD video from the growing number of 4K sources and devices. The MaxColor also helps distribute 4:4:4, 36-bit video over existing Cat 5/Cat 6 cable with no subsampling. Thus, it eliminates the expense of upgrading to fiber and buying costly network switches.
Additionally, the series supports MPEG downstreaming for connected devices, such as a laptop or a mobile device. MaxColor features instant seamless switching, 4K up-and downscaling, all audio formats, seamless HDR management and Dolby Vision. With these features, it provides an enhanced viewing experience.
Installers can rotate any HDMI source in a Just Add Power matrix with the 3G Ultra Warp Engine. These include cable boxes, media players, game systems, cameras, and more in 0.1-degree increments in real time with incredibly low latency. The rotated image is then sent to an unlimited number of receivers in the network. Thus, it allows for the creation of massive artistic video walls using a single Warp Engine. The unit is also fully HDCP-2.2-compliant. As a result, users can add the unit to any Just Add Power 3G or 2G/3G system running Just OS.
Just Add Power has its current headquarters at Seminole, Flo. For additional information on its products, visit the company website.
This article originally appeared on our sister publication Commercial Integrator‘s website.
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