In addition to RealD TrueMotion and RealD TrueImage, which removes defects, noise and artifacts in individual frames and enhances the crispness of the visual image, the company is currently introducing the Ultimate Screen to market.
Correctors will be fitted in the coming months, however even the base platform allows imaging to below 1 [Angstrom] by utilizing the "TrueImage" focus reconstruction algorithms embedded in the microscope user interface.
UIU version 2.0, developed by Big Bang LLC, has been reportedly developed to work with cloning applications such as Symantec Ghost, Drive Image Pro and PowerQuest, Altiris Migration Suite, Novell ZENworks and Acronis TrueImage. According to the company, it simplifies the process of cloning, ensuring that, when an Image is taken of the ideal machine, all the driver combinations required by each machine are made available to each machine.
UIU 2.0 has been developed to work with leading cloning applications such as Symantec Ghost, Drive Image Pro and PowerQuest, Altiris Migration Suite, Novell ZENworks and Acronis TrueImage, making it possible for these programs to create a single, clean Disk Image.
Tsuyoshi Hotta, aDNP technical representative based in New York, told Holography News that their first US customer will introduce a product with a TrueImage hologram in the fall and that DNP has also recently supplied holograms for a sports goggle product to a Korean company.