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Modulo Pi auto-calibration makes alignment a breeze

Modulo Pi auto-calibration makes alignment a breeze

Modulo Pi auto-calibration makes alignment a breeze

A new multi-projector auto-calibration module has been announced by media server manufacturer Modulo Pi as an option for its Modulo Player and Modulo Kinetic media servers. The dongle-based module allows users to automatically align and handle soft-edge blending between multiple projectors on planar, curved and dome surfaces. The result, according to the manufacturer, is that precision edge blending, warping and media playback between multiple projectors can be achieved within minutes and with zero latency.

The tool has been in preview for some time and played a key role in the 2019 production of The Legend of Pangu, a show at the brand-new Chinese Culture Exhibition Center in Lanzhou. There it was used to automatically align 20 Christie projectors and deliver a 2,800m2 3D video mapping on a dome surface. “This is totally revolutionary technology”, explained Clément Rabréaud, technical director for The Legend of Pangu. “It takes just 13 minutes to run, which means that if a projector ever needs to be replaced, the whole system is back in focus quickly.”

Working with Modulo Player, up to one server can be supported, up to six WQXGA outputs, or four 4K outputs. Working with Modulo Kinetic, the auto-calibration option supports multi-server configuration, creating an unlimited number of outputs and resolution support.

The system’s auto-calibration function can handle independent calibration groups, as well stacked video-projectors. In addition, a masking feature ensures a fine-tuned projection.

Fully developed by Modulo Pi, the auto-calibration module relies on Power over Ethernet (PoE) cameras to offer fast and simplified cabling.

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