IHSE Introduces Extension and Switching Solution for VR/AR Signals

IHSE will demonstrate a solution to extend and switch immersive reality signals over long distances using Draco KVM systems at At InfoComm 2018.

IHSE said the new solution addresses growing interest in virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) systems in a wide variety of pro AV market sectors. Extending the distance between source computers and users and switching between VR/AR applications, the new system addresses the challenges present today.

IHSE's Draco KVM solutions allow high-performance computers for VR/AR systems, CAVEs and large LED walls to be located at a remote distance of nearly 50 miles via a fiber connection.

This approach eliminates the need to locate expensive PC hardware equipment close to users or to purchase multiple high-performance computers. Redundancy options for mission-critical systems are also available.

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