Scalable Display and Synergy AV Inc on display
WHO: Scalable Display Technologies, a leading provider of software for multi-projection display systems for flat or curved screens, and Synergy AV Inc, a premier provider of audiovisual communication systems.
WHAT: Synergy AV has been providing turnkey visualization, collaboration and optimized audio solutions both offshore (drillships/platforms) and onshore for global clients since 2004. The company will be exhibiting its products at the 2010 SPE Deepwater Drilling and Completions Conference in conjunction with the other brands that are incorporated in to its solution, including Scalable Display Technologies.
Scalable Display’s software solutions enable an entirely new category of display experience by offering unparalleled quality in the automatic edge-blending of multiple projectors into seamless digital displays, making it simple and cost-effective to create brilliant, ultra high-resolution displays on screens of unlimited geometry and size.
WHERE: Moody Gardens Hotel
7 Hope Boulevard
WHEN: The 2010 SPE Deepwater Drilling and Completions Conference will take place from October 5-6, 2010
About Scalable Display
Scalable Display Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider of software used to create projection-based displays with resolution far beyond HD. Scalable’s patented EasyBlend™ software enables the next generation of displays by simplifying the creation of super-resolution, multi-projector displays of the highest quality and scalable size. EasyBlend opens the door to widespread use of multi-projector edge-blended displays for a wide range of applications, including simulators based on off-the-shelf components, and supports new forms of digital signage and data visualization tools. For more information, go to .
About 2010 SPE Deepwater Drilling and Completions Conference
The Society of Petroleum Engineers is excited to announce the first SPE Deepwater Drilling and Completions (DDC) Conference. Attendees at DDC will learn about proven technologies and best practices, as well as emerging and future techniques that surround the concepts for drilling and completions in deepwater operations.