Prisma Made the Local News
Eric (an AVPro and Murideo Engineer) made the news last night for his Prisma Video Processor. Check it out here.
It's always fun to be at home watching TV and see your company on the news. We have found that the colorblind part of the Prisma is really interesting for everyone that hears about it. But we have only have a few people that are interested in using it at home. We hope with the buzz around the HDR capabilities of the Prisma that we can get the word out about all the different uses the Prisma has.
As Eric likes to say, "It's like Photoshop in a box". New uses are coming all the time. Click the different Prisma options at the top of the site under Processors to learn more.
AV Glue Podcast from rAVe
On 3-23-16 Matt Murray and Eric Hernes joined the crew at AV Glue a cool podcast from rAVe publications. Give the podcast a listen by subscribing to rAVe on itunes or sticher, Or you can just follow this link.
Here is the breakdown from AV Glue:
"This time on AV Glue, we feature a little-known company called Murideo. Murideo (a division of the AVPro Company) was created out of the need to bring fix-it tools to the integration market focusing on high-quality images. Their product, PRISMA, is a box that allows you to watch everything in HDR on any HDR TV. Don’t know hat HDR is? What HDR does to a movie is to take advantage of new technologies being developed in TVs to get closer to reproducing content that we – humans – see in nature (expanded color gamut), and improves and enhances contrast ratio – specifically targeting human rod receptors ability to discern and enjoy deep blacks in movies like The Dark Night and Gladiator and enhanced luminance (brightness) in movies like Jurassic Park and Your Breaking Point when panning to a shot of the sun or late night lighting scenes that give extra pop and sensation to the movie."
Let us know what you think.
Over 8% of the population suffers from some sort of colorblindness or deficiency. That’s where Eric steps in.
Eric has made a little box that can take any HDMI signal and alter it so that people with color deficiencies are able to see more detail and perceive more colors in real time.
We are looking for help in bringing this technology to the masses. Right now you can purchase a video processor that does just that but at a much higher cost then we would like to offer. The current video processor costs $1000.00. If we can raise the $40,000.00 then we would be able to use this existing technology and put it in a new unit that would cost much less, around $250.00. So weather it be at home watching sports, tv shows, movies, playing video games or designers and digital artist working on a computer, This product would be great for anyone that looks at a screen.
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