The Immersive Media Player is designed with a layer-based system, that allows you to work with different types of content, formats and fonts. All at the same time.

Igloo IMP

Igloo Vision has developed the Immersive Media Player (imp) that allows you to transform any room into an immersive workspace.

It is a team equipped with the company's VR technology, named Shared VR, designed for users and integrators who want to create their own immersive spaces shared to measure (workspaces, meeting rooms, retail facilities, innovation centres, cave...) without the limitations of traditional AV media servers.

This immersive player brings together the power of Igloo technology in a single box. Puts users in control of a layer-based display system and, unlike traditional AV media servers, is flexible, easy to use and presented as an all-in-one computer.

Igloo IMP

Being a layer-based system it is possible to work with different types of content, formats and fonts. All at the same time. Supports all display technologies, including Led screens, flat panels, 3D projectors, lamp and laser.

Comes equipped with an extensive list of built-in applications such as Office 365, Microsoft Teams, Salesforce, Unity, Unreal, zoom, GSuite, adobe, Youtube, and the Igloo software suite.

Igloo IMP

It is equipped with a Dual RTX GPU 8000 and supports 4K inputs and outputs at 5x4K. Provides HD and 4K playback and is suitable for immersive storytelling, 360° films, room-scale presentations, immersive workspaces, training and simulation facilities, data visualization suites, control rooms, research and development, and experience centers.

It is a unit with intuitive interfaces, designed to be used by anyone who can operate a computer or smartphone.

This all-in-one has been designed not only for AV delivery, but as an everyday business tool, so it is not necessary to incorporate any additional components or 'patch' any software.

Igloo IMP

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by • 16 jul, 2020
• section: Signal distribution, augmented reality, simulation