Darbee Shows 4K Process at #CES2014

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If you thought that 4K images were the height of pristine image quality without any room for improvement, then you needed to stop by DarbeeVision’s suite in the LVH and experience what 4K images look like when processed with Darbee Visual Presence DVP processing!

While 4K images are fairly amazing on their own, DarbeeVision demonstrated what can be achieved when applying their enhancement to native 4K images. When “enhanced” with

DarbeVision’s depth DVP processing to restore depth and clarity the results were even more stunning! DarbeeVision’s president, Larry Pace, told me that there is even more information available in 4K content for their processing to work with and that it can achieve results that are just as impressive with 4K ask with standard and HD video.

The demo included full motion video and a sweeping bar that passed across the screen demonstrating where the processing was being applied. As the video received DVP processing, it revealed additional fine-level detail, pulling out deep shadows and texture in the image and making colors more vibrant.

This was just a technology demonstration and no date or price of product implementation was announced. Regardless, as a huge fan of Darbee process, I’m more than giddy to see the demo and share the news to you all!

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3 responses to “Darbee Shows 4K Process at #CES2014

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