Brompton Technology, the industry leader in LED video processing solutions, will demonstrate its latest tools at LDI, the conference and trade show for live event professionals, taking place November 18-20 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Brompton will be exhibiting in booth #1005, showing its trusted Tessera LED processors and the latest version of its accompanying Tessera software, which work together to leverage greater visual performance from LED panels while offering creative freedom for users.
Brompton is well known throughout the live events industry for its pioneering LED processing technology, robust and reliable performance, and exceptional service. Tessera Software v3.4, released last month, introduces new features including Extended Bit Depth and Stacking, to help boost both LED panel performance and production efficiencies. Extended Bit Depth unlocks up to 3.3 additional bits of precision, which offers 2 to 3 stops of additional dynamic range on camera, and also reduces visual artifacts. Stacking streamlines production by allowing for multiple processors in a setup to be controlled together in unison, rather than users having to apply adjustments to each processor individually.
Additionally, Brompton’s ten-year anniversary falls during LDI. The company will celebrate ten years of Perfect Performance at the LDI Circle Bar on Saturday November 19 from 4:30-6:00pm. The Brompton booth will also have key items on display to mark company milestones, including its very first M2 LED processor, serial number 001001, which was shipped on November 19, 2012 to video equipment rental company, VER (now PRG). This particular M2 processor was first used on the Super Bowl XLVII broadcast in 2013, and is still a working processor in PRG’s rental inventory today – a testament to the durability and reliability of Brompton products.
“With live events back in full swing, we’re very much looking forward to connecting with our customers, users, and the wider industry at LDI this month to demo Brompton’s latest Tessera features – which are used on everything from the global concert tours of major artists, to virtual production for beloved films and TV series,” said Sean Sheridan, Regional Technical Manager (Americas) at Brompton Technology. “In addition, we’re excited to celebrate our ten-year anniversary during the show, and to look at what’s ahead.”