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Image Matters launches Origami Ecosystem for developing advanced 4K/8K video apps using the FPGA-based Origami module

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Concurrent with the NAB 2016 show in Las Vegas, Image Matters has launched the Origami Ecosystem for developing advanced 4K/8K, HFR (high frame rate), and HDR (high dynamic range) video designs using the company’s Origami B20 module, which in turn is based on a Xilinx Kintex UltraScale KU060 FPGA. The ecosystem joins companies determined to boost innovation in advanced video hardware development. The Origami Ecosystem connects audiovisual distributors, IP core vendors, hardware providers and development tool vendors under a single banner for both small and large video design projects. Pre-validated hardware and IP cores (including SDI, Ethernet and PCIe interfaces as well as image codecs, signal wrappers and image-processing blocks) together with the Origami modular architecture and development flow permit cost-effective development for new applications. Initial announced members of the Origami Ecosystem include Adeas, Embrionix, Fidus, Image Matters, inrevium, IntoPIX, Omnitek, PLDA, QuickPlay, Samtec, SOC Technologies, Tokyo Electron Device, Village Island, and Xilinx. Image Matters says more member companies are pending approval.

 

 

Image Matters Origami B20 Module Drawing.jpg

 

Image Matters Origami B20 Module

 

 

 

For more information about Image Matters’ Origami module, see:

 

 

 

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