Where No Video Has Gone Before
For part of our coverage of CEDIA Expo 2019, we have the pleasure of talking to CEO of Just Add Power Taft Stricklin in their booth about the range of new products being showcased on the show floor.
Their newest solution, the Warp Engine Transmitter allowing live video rotation onto displays. This allows installers to create mosaic video walls in non-uniform ways, giving way to more creative digital signage or displays in high-end residential and commercial.
Just Add Power was founded by former employees of IBM in 1992. Their intent was to develop solutions and applications built with ease of access in mind for customers. Their evolutionary manufacturing design guarantees that past transmitters and solutions can still be used on the same infrastructure of later products.
More information about Just Add Power and their products can be found on their website.
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