Mersive Releases Sol 2.2 Further Enhancing and Simplifying the Creation and Management of Large-Scale, Beyond-HD Displays

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Mersive, a leading provider of visual computing software used to create and manage high performance displays, today announced general availability of Version 2.2 of its Sol software.

Sol revolutionizes display setup and maintenance by automatically aligning and calibrating multiple projector images within minutes.  Automatic calibration for geometric alignment and per-pixel uniformity eliminate the hot-spotting and visible seams that appear in other multi-projector displays, and at the same time simplify installation and reduce maintenance cost.

Mersive’s visual computing software enables its OEMs and VARs to bundle arrays of commodity projectors into large, seamless, beyond-HD displays.  The key feature enhancements included in this release are:

– Direct Calibration through Sol Harmony which eliminates the need for a separate client computer, simplifying the configuration and lowering the overall system cost.

– Improved camera capture performance speeds calibration times by 10 to 50 percent.

“This latest release simplifies setup and lowers system cost by eliminating the need for an additional client computer,” said Christopher Jaynes, CTO of Mersive.  “This further enhances our ability to provide a software solution that replaces labor-intensive, specialized hardware with an intelligent self-correcting system that produces continuous image quality over the life of the display.”

About Mersive
Mersive provides visual computing software that enables large enterprises, display manufacturers and resellers to create large-scale, beyond-HD displays that deliver unprecedented performance, simplicity and affordability. Mersive’s software automatically aligns multiple commodity projectors into one seamless image of extraordinary quality and resolution without the expense of specialized hardware and services. By transforming a hardware challenge into a software solution, Mersive has enabled visual collaboration to go mainstream. Knowledge workers such as engineers, designers, scientists, and control room operators can now view their visualization applications on large, high-resolution displays for daily team interaction. Mersive is based in Denver, Colorado. For more information, visit www.mersive.com or visit the company blog, The Visualist.

Elaine Schoch, Mersive PR Counsel, pr@mersive.com 303.898.1291