SANTA ANA, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 4, 2013) - As a next step in their market strategy for IP licensing to OEMs, DarbeeVision, Inc., a pioneer in the field of digital image enhancement, has licensed its video processing technology to Lumagen, Inc., a world class manufacturer of video processor system products. Lumagen is developing new Radiance processors that will integrate Darbee Visual Presence™ (Darbee) depth and clarity, that, when combined with Lumagen's Radiance video processing and calibration technology, will result in an unparalleled image quality experience.
"Lumagen's award winning products have consistently earned a reputation for enabling a superior video entertainment experience," noted DarbeeVision's president and COO, Larry Pace. "Their very popular Radiance video processor line delivers cutting edge technologies, making them a natural fit to partner with DarbeeVision. As the first Darbee-enabled product for the high end home theater market, the upcoming Lumagen products will be the first full-fledged video processors to integrate Darbee technology."
According to Lumagen's president, Jim Peterson, "Darbee Visual Presence is a great fit for our video processor product line, which includes the CEA™ 2010 Platinum award winner for Video Product of the Year, the RadianceXE. We are always working to improve the video quality available to our customers and see Darbee as a great way to add value to our products. We look forward to offering Darbee-enabled products beginning in the first half of 2013." Darbee and Lumagen will demonstrate their technologies working in tandem to the international consumer electronics market at the 2013 CES show in Las Vegas, at the DarbeeVision exhibitor suite at the Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Jan 8-11.
DarbeeVision's proprietary technology takes video images to the next level of reality for the home theater. Darbee uses a unique and patented approach to deliver extremely lifelike images that make the original image seem dull and flat by comparison. The super realism benefit of Darbee Visual Presence is easily apparent on both standard and high-definition TVs, as well as projection systems.
DarbeeVision is offering its Darbee Visual Presence technology for consumer electronics product integrations. Please visit www.darbeevision.com or call 714-931-5941 for more information.
To learn more, please visit DarbeeVision's website: www.DarbeeVision.com
Lumagen is a privately held video systems product company founded in September of 2001. It is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon. Lumagen provides solutions for video switching, calibration, deinterlacing and scaling. Together these features allow knowledgeable integrators and enthusiasts to enable the best quality, and most accurate, video images available for their home theater installations. For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-574-2211.
DarbeeVision Inc. was founded by entrepreneurs Paul Darbee and Larry Pace to commercialize system products, discrete hardware, and embedded solutions based upon Darbee Visual Presence Technology. In 1985, Darbee was one of the founders of Universal Electronics (NASDAQ: UEIC) and was awarded the first of numerous patents in universal remote control technology. Today Paul Darbee holds more than 40 patents with several more pending. In 2006 and 2011, DarbeeVision was awarded patents for its visual computing process known as Darbee Visual Presence™.
DarbeeVision's proven technology is suitable for a wide range of applications. The technology suite includes: an FPGA based chip set; an FPGA based reference design; an FPGA based video processor module; and the Darbee IP Block™, a hardware IP block for licensing in embedded applications.
The privately held company is headquartered in Santa Ana, Calif. For further information call 657-600-8241, email email@example.com, or visit www.DarbeeVision.com.
All DarbeeVision™, Darbee™ patents, trademarks, copyrights and licensing are a product of DarbeeVision Inc. Lumagen is a registered trademark, and Radiance is a trademark, of Lumagen, Inc.