Colorado Video will be closed on November 23rd and 24th for Thanksgiving.
April 2013. Colorado Video now offers a selection of High Definition Equipment, featuring a new look and chassis. A variety of functions, for both VGA (Component) and DVI (HDMI) video, are now available with these additions:
- High Definition 422 Series Video Scan Reverser, for flipping, rotating, and reversing video images
- High Definition 625 Series Marker and Pattern Generator, to impose up to four objects (circles, rectangles, or crosshairs) onto a video image
- High Definition 624 Series Circle Generator, for imposing up to two circles and a cross hair onto a video image
- High Definition 623 Series Tilted Line Generator, for imposing horixontal and tiltable verticle lines on a video image
- High Definition 442 Series Video Subtactor, to compare images and monitor motion between frames
- High Definition 449 Series Frame Averager, for noise reduction and averaging
- High Definition 613 Series Screen Splitter, for screen-splitting two video inputs into one output
- High Definition 614 Series Video Mixer and Freeze Frame, for mixing, freezing, and disolving two inputs into one output
- High Definition 618 Series Comparator, for mixing, split-screen, subtracting, and freezing two inputs
Colorado Video Introduces New Video Tilted Line Generator
July 2007. The Model 621 slanted, tilted or angled video line generator can superimpose or overlay horizontal lines and tiltable vertical lines onto a real-time video signal. The user can adjust the position of all lines and the tilt, slant, angle or slope of the vertical lines by means of front panel controls. The user can set the angle of the lines to be 45 degrees, or any other line angle desired. Switch settings allow the user to set the superimposed or overlayed lines to White, Black, or Off, dashed or solid lines, and one or two Horizontal & Vertical line sets.
Some possible line patterns generated by the Model 621 Video Tilted Line Geenerator.
Colorado Video Introduces New False Colorizer
July 2005. Colorado Video has introduced a new color synthesizer that adds color to monochrome video based on its grayscale.
Add Synthetic Color to Your Monochrome Video!
Humans like color and it aids their perception of features and objects.
Monospectral infrared and x-ray images reveal features not seen with normal visual wavelenghts. But since these wavelenghts are outside our perception, they are presented in black & white video. The Model 606S adds color to an image, in real time, based on its grayscale. Details in otherwise monchrome satellite weather, night vision, or IR pictures are more easily seen with color added by this new unit from Colorado Video.
founded in 1965, has pioneered the development of unique video
instrumentation and communications equipment. As both a manufacturing
and research firm, it has an extensive line of catalog items as well as
an ability to provide custom designs for special requirements.