Wolfvision aims to shake up visuals
Visualiser Manufacturer Wolfvision has hit GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2010 with its latest range of high-end visualisers.
Visualiser Manufacturer Wolfvision has hit GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2010 with its latest range of high-end visualisers. The professional VZ-P18 and VZ-P38 series offer a glut of new features, including a motorised arm and top mirror which allow for a drastic change in recording angle, and ease of use when folding the product away.
Other features include an in-built LCD preview monitor, and a touch-screen remote which offers a live image of what is being currently recorded. The quality of the image provided by the visualiser has been improved with major adjustments to options such as depth of field, shadow-free illumination and illumination of hollow objects. Other updates have been added to internal and external memory, computer input and digital scaling.
Wolfvision director of sales Michael Lisch claims this year’s products show just how far the company has come since its debut into the market at major German photography exhibition Photokina back in 1988.
“In the past overhead projectors were used to show information, and people would fall asleep,” says Lisch. “We believe these visualisers allow people to share and show content to a wider audience.”
Recently, WolfVision has developed and launched an iPhone application which is available at the iTunes App Store and can be downloaded free of charge. The WolfVision Remote Control for iPhone / iPod app enables the user to control visualisers directly from an iPhone or iPod Touch.
All WolfVision Visualizer models with LAN ports built-in can be controlled with this app. A WLAN router is necessary for the integration to work properly.