Absolute Vision™ - Envision your Business.

Absolute Vision™ is a flexible video content delivery system packed into a sophisticated one-stop-shop hardware and software solution.

What is Absolute Vision?

Absolute Vision™ provides you with an overview of and control over your TV sets, screens, displays and their sources (e.g. satellite receiver) at all times. You can conveniently control the display of any type of content, such as TV broadcasts, videos, presentations, graphics, and web pages, and display it in different formats.

Absolute Vision™ was originally designed for sports betting shops.The need for well-organised and clearly structured display formats is especially high in this industry. On one hand, the challenge is to arrange a wealth of information (such as real time dynamic live betting odds and real time dynamic live result services, game statistics, live TV coverage of several sporting events in parallel) clearly enough to cover the need to inform. On the other hand, to realise a perfect entertainment experience for customers in the premises. In addition to that, efficient tools that guarantee clearly arranged and time-saving administration of the displays are needed for the staff.

Given the considerable demands placed on Absolute Vision™, the product also lends itself perfectly for use in other industries that need to convey video-based content, information or (advertising) messages to the customer on a display.

   

Features of Absolute Vision™

Basic features

  • FULL HD support
  • HDCP support
  • H.264 compression
  • Management of up to 25 video sources per VLAN
  • Extensibility up to 250 video sources (tested already)
  • Picture-in-picture rendering
  • Several video streams rendered on one monitor
  • One video stream rendered on several monitors
  • Easy for users to handle and operate
  • Easy to integrate with existing network environments

Display formats

  • Single screen / landscape format: One source displayed on one screen
  • Single Screen / portrait format: One source displayed on one screen
  • Split-3 / portrait format: Three sources displayed on one screen
  • Split-4 / landscape format: Four sources displayed on one screen
  • Multi-4 / landscape format: One source displayed on four screens
  • Multi-4 / portrait format: One source displayed on four screens
  • Multi-9 / landscape format: One source displayed on nine screens
  • Multi-16 / landscape format: One source displayed on 16 screens
  • Multi-25 / landscape format: One source displayed on 25 screens
  • Flexible Screen: User-defined positioning of several sources on screens