IHSE highlighting extension and switching of VR/AR signals.
In response to growing interest in virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) systems, IHSE is demonstrating how its Draco keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) solutions allow high-performance computers for VR/AR systems, cave automatic virtual environments and large LED walls to be located at a remote distance of up to 80km.
According to IHSE, only a single Cat X or fibre connection is required to extend a VR/AR system, adding convenience, security and simplified set-up of immersive reality installations. Adding a Draco KVM switch enables users to switch multiple VR/AR headsets in different locations to centralised high-performance computers located in a secure room.
IHSE is also highlighting a new series of Draco ultra keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) extenders that can accommodate a full range of video standards, and which is based on the Lici video codec.
Developed in cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Lici provides the highest possible efficiency in video, audio and data transmission, according to IHSE. The Draco ultra extenders on display include models that support HDMI 1.3 (491 series); dual-head, dual-link DVI (492 series); DisplayPort 1.1 4K30, 24-bit, 4:4:4 (493 Series); and DVI-I (494 series). IHSE is also showcasing the legacy 490 series extender for DisplayPort 1.2 4K60, 30-bit, 4:4:4, which is designed to support future video formats up to 8K.
This year's show marks the North American debut of IHSE's new, freely programmable 444 series Draco keyboard. The rugged, plug-and-play device makes it possible to connect a keyboard, mouse and keypad to a KVM system through a single USB port, without needing an additional HID extension.
IHSE is at booth SL10216.
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|Date:||Apr 1, 2018|
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