We're very excited to announce that Wired@Home.com is now an authorized dealer for the DarbeeVision DVP 5000 Darblet HDMI Video Processor which is a "Tweener" Accessory that installs between any HDMI source and display. In other words, it's a Plug and Play accessory to enhance your HDMI video entertainment. Darbee Visual Presence™ (DVP™) technology establishes a fundamental breakthrough for image realism. By embedding 2D and 3D pictures with depth information, a new visual experience is born.
DVP is based on the discovery that fidelity is not the end-point in image science. Fidelity has the goal of matching a displayed video signal to the light field that the environment provided when the signal was captured. More pixels, more colors, more frames, and less noise are laudable goals, and visual fidelity has improved enormously in just a few short decades.
But seeing is something we do in our brains. It's a computation based on hints from our visual sense. DVP exploits this fact by performing some of the processing your brain does and using modern digital technology to apply the results to the incoming picture. In real time, DVP modifies the picture in ways a camera, even a camera with perfect fidelity, could never do, because the environment does not provide such images. The unprecedented result is a stunning sense of depth and realism. We can now create pictures that actually help us to see them. Enabled by parallel processing in a single chip, DVP™ represents the next gneration of computational image processing for depth and realism. Your eyes will thank you!
The Darblet actually helps you see images better!
Don't just take our word for it, check some product reviews from around the web:
Gary Reber Review – “I use the Darblet with everything, even for Blu-ray reviews.”
Kris Deering Review – “It will make the most beautiful images you’ve ever seen on your screen.”
Dave Susilo Review – “Watching anything through the Darblet is quite a revelation.”
AVS Forum – In six months…”Their 5th most commented and 7th most viewed video processor thread.”
For more information on how Darbee Visual Presence works, here's the Whitepaper.