ORANGE, Calif. — May 3, 2016 — DarbeeVision, Inc., a pioneer in the field of digital image enhancement, is now shipping the latest in its line of award-winning digital video processors, the DVP-5000S. The standalone image enhancer improves the sense of depth and clarity of digital images using the company’s patented DARBEE Visual Presence™ (DVP) technology. This stunning new discovery in the evolution of digital imaging makes any content look more lifelike by applying a powerful human-vision-based computational model that reveals never-before-seen levels of depth, clarity, and realism.
“DVP goes beyond fidelity to make any image or video look better than what the most perfect cameras and displays can achieve. Working at the pixel level, DVP embeds 3D depth cues in real time and with virtually no lag to give your brain the perception that what you’re seeing is real, breathing new detail into flat images without touching color, contrast, sharpening, or resolution. The processing achieves a similar result to how an artist is able to create depth and detail in a painting by applying light and dark paint according to how they see the scene with their eyes. There’s advanced processing at work but the enhancement applied in real time is quite easy to see. The result is an ultra-immersive visual experience unlike anything provided by other technology.
“No matter if you’re a casual viewer or a hard-core video purist, the DVP-5000S will instantly make movies and images pop and appear lifelike,” said Larry Pace, president of DarbeeVision, Inc. “Whether it’s standard def, high def, 3D, 4K UHD, or beyond, DVP technology boosts picture quality with such precision that details you never knew were missing are suddenly revealed.”
No bigger than the size of today’s smartphones, the DVP-5000S is a sleek, plug-and-play device that is compatible with any high-definition HDMI source and display. Consumers can take their home entertainment to an entirely new level of enjoyment by simply connecting the DVP-5000S in-line between any product’s HDMI output and the HDMI input of the display. Simple controls provide three viewing modes that give viewers a lot of flexibility to choose the effect that looks best for their particular setups and viewing preferences. The “Hi-Def” mode is recommended for high-quality content such as Blu-rays; “Gaming” mode is best suited for computer-generated images; and the “Full Pop” mode is designed for low-resolution and/or low-quality video sources.
With each new DarbeeVision product and OEM partners’ products, the company moves closer to its goal of bringing DVP technology to the entire world. DVP processing technology is so effective that Oppo, designer of high-performance Blu-ray players, created a “Darbee Edition” of its flagship BDP-105 player. Other DarbeeVision partners include Optoma, Cambridge Audio, Galaxy, and Lumagen.
The DarbeeVision DVP-5000S is available now for $249. More information about DarbeeVision is available at www.DarbeeVision.com.
DarbeeVision is a leading pioneer in digital image enhancement, offering solutions that solve the universal problem of flat images by implementing an advanced computational method that embeds depth cues to allow the human eye to process picture the way the brain intends it. DARBEE technologies — Visual Presence™, Reveal™ and Probe™ — represent the next step in the evolution of digital imaging delivering never-before-seen levels of depth, clarity and realism. The company offers consumers ranging from the casual viewer to videophiles and gamers, as well as OEM partners and dealers across the entertainment, security and medical sectors a unique opportunity to take image quality to unprecedented new heights. DARBEE technologies are fidelity-independent and work with all video content — SD, HD, upscaled HD to 4K UHD, 4K UHD, IPTV, OTT, VOD, virtual or augmented reality, omni-view 360-degree video, cable, satellite, Blu-ray, and still images — making its solutions compatible and complementary with existing and future image processing and display technologies. Headquartered in Orange, California, the privately held company has set out to make its image processing solutions ubiquitous. More information is available at www.DarbeeVision.com.