Vista Systems has announced the addition of two models to its popular Spyder family of image processors. The Spyder 359 and Spyder 3410 have joined the arsenal.
The Spyder 359 takes the system to a new level. Designed to support arrays of up to eight displays, it provides five universal input cards; one universal output card to support a scaled output of the entire aggregate display area, an operator’s monitor or an additional display; and two DX4 output cards, each with four DVI outputs. The system offers five input layers and can accommodate an input expansion frame if required.
“Add it all up and you have a very powerful system in a small footprint,” says Victor Vettorello, director of Application Engineering.
The Spyder 3410 further builds on the system by providing four universal input cards and10 outputs, eight of which are from two DX4 cards; the other two are universal output cards. Featuring a lot of power in a small package, the frame is designed for heavy display support along with possibility of a scaled output.
The new Spyder 3410 is already being used in an installation for Lehman Bros. which features three 3410s and three Spyder 240 systems. The project is executed by AV Services of Fairfield, New Jersey.