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Scalable Display Technologies Unveils Scalable Atlas, Automatic Camera-Based Projection Mapping

Cambridge, Mass. (September 27, 2021) — Scalable Display Technologies, an industry-leading application provider who automatically calibrates the color, intensity and geometry of images from multiple projectors, announces Scalable Atlas, an automatic camera-based projector mapping software designed to seamlessly align the images of multiple projects on complex objects or surfaces. Scalable Atlas is an evolution of Scalable’s standard software applications designed ...

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Scalable Display Technologies Transforms Discovery’s New Global Headquarters

Cambridge, Mass. (July 12, 2021) — Discovery, often known as the Discovery Channel, is a global media company and leader in real-life entertainment. Through its flagship channel and various internationally owned or licensed channels, Discovery is widely distributed in over 400 million households worldwide. The network delivers over 8,000 hours of original programming each year to 220 countries and territories. ...

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Scalable Display Technologies Revolutionizes Maritime Simulation

Cambridge, Mass. (June 23, 2021) — Electric Picture Display Systems provides state-of-the-art simulation-training technology for watercraft operators and engineers, marine deck and engineering officers, cargo handlers, and operations crew members. With the latest simulation technology, it’s no longer necessary to launch vessels from the dock to provide hands-on watercraft training for mariners. Maritime simulation offers the ability to place mariners ...

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Motek Medical Standardizes Scalable Display Technologies for Military Rehabilitation

Cambridge, Mass. (May 11, 2021) — Motek Medical, a division of DIH, develops rehabilitation equipment that patients experience in a virtual reality environment. Based in The Netherlands, Motek Medical works closely with clinicians and therapists to create innovative devices — like the Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) system, designed to enhance clinical and research setups. CAREN is a customer-assisted research ...

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