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Visbox, Inc. moves to new facility

We moved into a new, larger facility in Saint Joseph, Illinois.

Our new address is:

Visbox, Inc.
304 Northgate Drive
Saint Joseph, IL 61873 USA
217-469-2020

2 VisWall-LCD-6WQ units delivered

A commercial customer took delivery of two VisWall-LCD-6WQ units. Each display is made up of six 30″ LCD panels at 2560×1600 resolution. The aggregate resolution of each unit is over 24 million pixels!

VisCube C4-HD installed in Japan

A VisCube C4-HD was installed for a client in Japan. The VisCube C4-HD is a multi-screen immersive display system with three walls and a floor. The front wall and floor are full 1920×1080 HD resolution and 13.3′ wide, allowing more viewers than a standard 10′ wide system.

VisCube C4-HD installed in China

A VisCube C4-HD was installed for a client in China. The VisCube C4-HD is a multi-screen immersive display system with three walls and a floor. The front wall and floor are full 1920×1080 HD resolution and 13.3′ wide, allowing more viewers than a standard 10′ wide system.

VisCube C4-HD installed in Germany

A VisCube C4-HD was installed for a commercial client in Germany. The VisCube C4-HD is a multi-screen immersive display system with three walls and a floor. The front wall and floor are full 1920×1080 HD resolution and 13.3′ wide, allowing more viewers than a standard 10′ wide system.

2 custom VisWall-4HD units installed at UVic

Two custom VisWall-4HD units were installed at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia. Each display has an aggregate resolution of 3840×2160 (8.3 MPixels) projected onto a touch screen surface. Prof. Melanie Tory’s research group will use the displays for their collaborative visualization research. Funding for the project was provided by the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI).

Pictures of the displays
Prof. Melanie Tory’s Research

2 custom VisWall-4HD units delivered to NCSA

Two custom VisWall-4HD units were delivered to NCSA in Urbana, Illinois. Each display uses four HD projectors for an aggregate resolution of 3840×2160 (8.3 MPixels) and a 101″ diagonal screen size. The units are portable and only 34″ deep, allowing them to roll through a standard doorway.

The Cyberenvironments and Technologies Directorate at NCSA, headed by Dr. Jim Myers will use the displays for several collaborative projects.

One of the two units was featured in the NCSA booth at Supercomputing 2008 in Austin, Texas.

Pictures of custom VisWall-4HD at SC 2008