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Pixelwix.com is a leading manufacturer and reseller of media products.
We are focused on the design, prototyping, manufacturing and distribution of high quality cost effective curved screens ,display and simulation solutions.
The Pixelwix team extends beyond our office doors with the many talented and dedicated individuals from around the globe that work within our dealer, partner network.
Our goal is to offer a superior product selection, industry-competitive prices, fast if not instant delivery, and the highest level of personalized service found online - all through innovative use of today¹s latest technology.
Our clients include military both domestic and international, Airline companies, Automobile manufacturing clients, Government installers and many more. We not only cater to the large client, we also have individual home clients in need of a car of flight simulator solution. Our 360° displays are featured in museums and art galleries all over the world. We can provide everything you need from the initial design work, software, projectors and servers, to the screens themselves. We can work individually with you to find the perfect solution for your particular application.
Warp and Blend software ,Media playback software ,Virtual projector layout design software ,Warp and blend Servers ,Curved cylindrical screens, Dome, spherical screens, Cave Simulators, Image Warping & Blending, Automatic alignment & projector calibration, Front & rear projection screens , Active & passive 3D, Firearm's simulation , Ir Detection, Prototyping, proof of concept.
Pixelwix Evo software is an intuative interface to allow you to warp and blend your image onto any shape screen you want. We have 3 different versions of warp and blend software to suit your needs.
Pixelwix IR software is now available as an add-on to our Pixelwarp suite for firearms simulators gaming arcades and firearms training facilities.
Not sure of your design? How many projectors do you need? What size screen should I have? How far away should the projectors be mounted? We can answer all these questions and more by using our projector calculator software. This will help you decide on your design and show you in real time what it will look like on your screen.
Warping and blending are two important techniques that are widely used in various forms of media today. These techniques are commonly used in video and photo editing to transform images or videos to achieve a certain result.
Warping is the process of distorting an object or image to create a different shape or form.
This technique is commonly used in graphic design to create unique shapes or to modify existing shapes.
Warping can be done in many ways, such as through the use of software tools, or through physical manipulation.
For example, if you have a picture of a book and you want to make it look like it is bending or warping, you can use a software tool to adjust the corners or edges of the image to create the desired effect. It is important to note that warping should be done carefully to ensure it does not distort the image or object too much and should be used sparingly to prevent overuse and over-familiarity.
Blending on the other hand is the process of mixing images, videos, or colors together to create a new image or effect.
This technique is commonly used in photo editing where several images are blended together to create one final composite image.
For video blending multiple overlaying projectors are used to create one large image with a seamless transitions between the projectors overlaps. During this technique the overlap becomes twice as bright, so a blending feather is used to reduce this and together by adjusting the transparency of the overlaid image section it creates an eye-pleasing effect.
Another example of blending is when creating a panorama image. The images are blended together to create a seamless and realistic panorama.
In summary, warping and blending are two effective techniques that can be used to create unique graphics, images or videos. When used correctly, these techniques can help you to achieve a desired effect that can improve the overall quality of your media. However, it is important to note that they should be used with care and caution to prevent overuse or distortion of the media.