madVR Labs Introduces the Highly Anticipated madVR Envy Video Processor | CEDIA Expo


madVR Labs Introduces the Highly Anticipated madVR Envy Video Processor


madVR Labs Introduces the Highly Anticipated madVR Envy Video Processor

Rockville, Maryland, September 11, 2019 – madVR Labs, LLC today announced the company will debut their upcoming madVR Envy Pro Cinema and madVR Envy base model video processors at the CEDIA Expo in Denver on September 12-14, 2019.

The Pro Cinema model will be demonstrated live in the madVR Labs booth #3254. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience madVR’s “Ultimate 4K HDR”. This solution combines extreme computing power with proprietary video processing algorithms, including uniquely advanced frame by frame dynamic HDR tone mapping with Highlight Recovery. The Envy Pro Cinema can analyze and optimize up to a half-billion pixels per second, every second, with real-time video content to deliver an extreme cinematic visual experience.

The Envy will also provide other highly coveted features, including 4K upscaling, black bar & aspect ratio detection and zooming, motion interpolation, debanding and compression artifact reduction, specialized sharpening and detail enhancement, 3D LUT calibration capabilities, and more – much of which will also be on display.

Despite its advanced functionality, the Envy is designed from the ground up to be very intuitive and can be set up in just a couple of minutes – with no learning curve required. MSRP for the Envy Pro Cinema is slated for $9,979 and $5,499 for the Envy base model. The products are expected to ship in Q4 2019.

About madVR Labs, LLC: madVR Labs manufactures extreme video hardware and software products to meet the demands of the most discerning and critical video enthusiasts. We are a funded startup, launched in 2019, that serves the commercial digital cinema and high-end home theater markets. madVR Labs is the first and only company known to use deep neural network artificial intelligence to produce extreme video processing algorithms for use with real-time video streams in a standalone hardware product. At madVR Labs, every pixel counts.

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