GEO lets them see and do more.
A single ultra wide-angle view can be split dynamically into multiple perspectives simultaneously using GEO eWARP®.
Each windshield is a unique complex 3D surface. GEO allows for the easy calibration of head-up displays onto any windshield, correcting distortion and resulting in a perfect display every time.
GEO plays an integral part in this solution which both reduces drag and delivers a wide Field-Of-View to the driver.
Ultra-wide FOV lenses help reduce blind spots but result in distortion. GEO’s eWARP® technology can correct this distortion and provide a Zero-Content-Loss perspective with no blind spots.
How many cameras will your next car have?
Ultra Wide-Angle Automotive Cameras
Remotely monitoring your home or other property – even with multiple perspectives at once – can be done with GEO. In addition, real-time video analytics enables alerts from motion only in a specified area of a view, preventing false alarms.
With the rapid growth in demand and applications for cloud/IP cameras – such as baby cams, pet cams, doorbell cams, etc. – GEO is poised to provide solutions requiring minimal bandwidth while retaining excellent video quality and exceptional FOV.
There is an exploding demand for wearable cameras in areas as varying as motorcycle helmets, police uniforms, & extreme sports. GEO has design wins and products such as the GC6500 to meet the Camera Video Processing needs of these compact systems.
Tired of missing more than half the view? GEO enables solutions such as back-to-back 190° FOV lenses with seamless edge-blending for a full surround view.
Multiple unique views from a single lens, ePTZ, and real-time object detection & analytics.
GEO’s eWARP® technology allows for the use of ultra-wide angle lenses (including 180° and 360° FOV). The resulting panoramic view can then be divided into several unique HD perspectives simultaneously, with each being independently panned, tilted, or zoomed (ePTZ).
Not only can you divide a single panoramic view into multiple perspectives, individual streams of varying formats/resolutions can then be distributed as desired.
Many sophisticated projectors (such as the pictured Panasonic DZ12000) use GEO technology for advanced capabilities such as projecting onto curved surfaces, keystone correction, edge-blending & much more.
Seamlessly combine multiple projections into a crisp single image, even on uneven or curved surfaces.
Advanced Projection Technologies
Flexible Picture Systems