(Montréal, Canada--March 22, 2011) SENSIO Technologies Inc. (SENSIO) (TSX.V: SIO) today announced that it will be demonstrating key solutions from its comprehensive range for the broadcast market at the 2011 NAB show in Las Vegas. These solutions include automatic detection and decoding of any 3D input signal (Side-by-Side (SbS), Top-and-Bottom (TaB) and SENSIO® Hi-Fi 3D) and best-in-class image-enhancement technologies. The recent joining of the product portfolios of SENSIO and Algolith has enabled the company to present this uniquely complete offering to the market.|
"We're extremely proud to be able to demonstrate at the 2011 NAB Show that SENSIO is about superior-quality 3D — beyond our format," said Nicholas Routhier, SENSIO president and CEO.
SENSIO will also be showcasing the aforementioned award-winning technology in equipment from manufacturers Miranda Technologies (booth N2515) and International Datacasting Corporation (booth SU5513), and as an enabler of applications from Gennum Corporation (booth N5823) and Globecomm Systems Inc. (booth SU2217). In addition, SENSIO will be demonstrating how the SENSIO® Hi-Fi 3D format is the best possible choice for contribution, enabling conversion to any desired format and the highest-quality 3D images in that format.
SENSIO solutions are field-proven and are currently being implemented for the live 3D broadcasting of NBA games (All-Star, regular season and playoffs). More information about SENSIO and its technologies is available at http://www.sensio.tv.
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