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tvONE's CORIO® Windmill wins Best of InfoComm 2013 Award
Posted on Wednesday, August 7, 2013
ERLANGER, KY, August 7, 2013 - tvONE (, a leading designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video and multimedia processing equipment, has announced that its CORIOmaster mini won Best of InfoComm Demo in rAVe's annual Best of InfoComm Awards list, announced on July 29th. The industry's first all-in-one videowall processor was showcased on the tvONE booth in Orlando, June 12th-14th, as a spectacular rotating windmill display.
tvONE's Windmill, designed to demonstrate the processor's ability to complete highly complex actions like rotating high resolution video smoothly around an axis, can be seen in action here: 
Commenting on the award, Andy Fliss, Director of Marketing, tvONE, said, "When we announced the CORIOmaster mini we said we wanted to set users minds free to imagine. It was definitely a case of seeing is believing on the InfoComm booth as visitors crowded around to see the CORIOmaster mini Windmill. We wanted to show off its stunning performance and versatility in a display that would inspire videowall configuration creativity. We're thrilled to receive rAVe's recognition and to be part of the Best of InfoComm 2013 Awards list."
Sara Abrons, editor-in-chief of rAVe, said, "Because there were so many new products and technologies shown at the 2013 version of InfoComm, it made our job harder. There were more products to consider than in recent memory. Considering all this, those that did win should be proud of their accomplishment as they, obviously, represent the best-of-the-best. So, congratulations!"
tvONE's CORIOmaster mini enables a range of video tasks to perform simultaneously, including real-time 360 degree video rotations and multi projector edge blending. It is the industry's first videowall processor to fit up to 12 High Density Universal DVI or 10 HDBaseT and 2 High Density Universal DVI ports in a compact 1RU frame, controlling full-scale 3x3 videowalls without a rack's worth of discrete video components. 
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