coolux to Presents New Pandoras Box Version 5.5 and Broadcast QUAD Server at PLASA London
Posted on Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
coolux will present their new Pandoras Box Version 5.5 at this year’s PLASA London 2013, running October 6 – 9, at the ExCeL London. Coolux will exhibit in stand Q10.
Some of the highlights of the version 5.5 include the following features:
Users can now access HTML pages and render them as so called “browser assets” in order to make them visible on graphic or video layers. It is also possible to make any layer react to mouse, touch, and keyboard input. A new pointer layer is available for visualizing mouse and touch events.
Playlists make it easy to play a number of media files in a row without the need of programming separate containers on the sequence. This can be a time saver for producing slide shows or generating video playlists on the fly.
In addition to third party 3D object import, it is now possible to attach so called “markers” to them. All one needs to do is define a minimum of four points on a 3D projection surface, after which one can easily position the corresponding 2D markers. Based on the physical lens settings, the software will automatically generate the 3D projector position and orientation.
Use automatic media management to speed up your content workflow. Any project folder can be set up as a so-called watch folder. Once new content is added to that folder, it will be automatically distributed across the system to be instantly available.
Pandoras Box software packages will now support 2D particle systems. The new 4K playback support for Player PRO software makes this product a cost effective 4K playback solution.
The new Warper now supports .3ds as well .fbx files. All image processing tools now support JPEG2000 import.
The new Widget Designer Version 4.5, which will also be presented at this year’s PLASA London, reflects the new Pandoras Box feature additions in many ways.
Here are some of the Widget Designer’s new feature highlights:
Tuio input support enhances compatibility with third party devices software sensors etc.
Mouse and touch injection — Camera tracking, AirScan and/or Tuio inputs can now be used to let them directly interact with any Pandoras Box display output.
Kinect, AirScan or other kinds of multi-touch applications can now involve gesture based actions like swiping etc. more easily.
It is now possible to collect touch data from a large number of input sources, in order to make massive multi-device tracking scenarios more precise.
The new Pandoras Box menu consists of an FTP server and client for managing or uploading files. Pandoras Box remote now features advanced system monitoring and remote file management.
In addition to coolux’s latest software developments, a powerful new Broadcast QUAD Server will also be presented in the UK for the first time.