#InfoComm11 eeColor, Booths 3230, 1062, 2575

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

You can experience eeColor, which claims to be the first 3D, multi-dimensional color video technology, at Draper, booth 3230, Starin Marketing, booth 1062, and Stampede, booth 2575.

eeColor, based in Reno, Nevada, has leveraged over 35 years of research and experience in visual color science by experts from Kodak, Rochester Institute Of Technology and Hollywood film production.

Over the past decade, technology and image rendering has progressed for televisions and video displays, but digital color standards have not changed since the 1970s and color quality has remained unchanged. The color gamut of most modern devices extends beyond these current standards. eeColor takes advantage of that increased color capability to take the viewing experience to a whole new level – for professional, residential, digital signage, any digital display devices, medical and military applications. This patent-pending technology is now available in the HDMI plug-and-play TruVue eeColor Processor, software licensing and TruVue Vango LED Projector.

Stop off at any of the booths mentioned to see how eeColor makes colors brighter and more vivid using any video display or projector. If you would like to schedule a specific appointment with one of the color experts at the show, contact Tim Boyd at 972-880-7470 or tim.boyd@entexpinc.com.

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