HDMI Video Accessory
Revealing their first new product for 2013,DarbeeVision, Inc., a pioneer in the field of digital image enhancement, has expanded their product line to include the Cobalt, featured and priced for the general consumer and video gaming markets. While their original product, the Darblet, is optimized to meet the needs of the high end home theater video purists, DarbeeVision designed the Cobalt to add Darbee Visual Presence depth and clarity to HDMI video at a price point that allows the unparalleled and addictive visual experience to be appreciated by the massive general consumer and video game enthusiast market.
DarbeeVision's proprietary technology takes video images to the next level of reality for home theater and video games. Darbee uses a unique and patented approach to deliver extremely lifelikeimages that make the original image seem dull and flat by comparison. As a video processor module in a small mini-box, the new accessory is simply placed in-line at the output of any HDMI video source, such as a video game console, DVD or Blu-ray player, media player, or any digital broadcast. The super realism benefit of the device is easily apparent on both standard and high-definition TVs, computer monitors, and projection systems.
About the size of an iPhone, the new Cobalt is an HDMI video processor designed for ease of use:
- HDMI 1.3 compatible
- Standard 24bit, 4:2:2 color video
- Three viewing modes (HiDef, Gaming, Full Pop)
- Physical buttons, remote control, on screen menu/display
- Increase/decrease the Darbee Level with 5% increments
- Cobalt blue case
"For consumers and video game players looking for the ultimate visual experience on their televisions, the Cobalt provides a new opportunity for everyone in the world to appreciate this must-have technology," noted Paul Darbee, DarbeeVision's founder and CEO. "As with the Darblet, TV viewers and gamers using the Cobalt will notice that objects appear to possess a strong sense of depth separation and roundness. Not only do these qualities make video more gratifying to watch, they actually help gamers to win because you can see more in the game."