DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller

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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in the room-Type 2- New Controller $3,500
« Reply #1 on: Mon September 22, 2014, 02:30:54 AM »


Pistons that go in chairs are now $4,000 more affordable, with the dci friendly new controller  there is no excuse now for dci-enthusiasts.
« Last Edit: Mon September 22, 2014, 02:42:10 AM by Peter CINERAMAX »

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
Integrating KAI and HEMC 101 courtesy of CINERAMAX
« Reply #2 on: Thu September 25, 2014, 03:18:44 PM »
I have received several emails from people frustrated from the apparent inability of integrating movies and gaming on their " about to be upgraded" D-BOX systems.

Here is my contribution to society for the day. ;D
« Last Edit: Thu September 25, 2014, 03:27:57 PM by Peter CINERAMAX »

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
HEMC connectivity courtesy of Frank HD Avs certified dealer
« Reply #3 on: Thu September 25, 2014, 03:26:13 PM »
FROM http://www.avsforum.com/forum/86-ultra-hi-end-ht-gear-20-000/793724-all-d-box-enthusiasts-220.html#post27712977

Network connectivity

·The Home Entertainment Motion Controller can be connected to the network via Ethernet cable from the LAN port on the HEMC to the router. In this case, the connection is self-discovery and both the HEMC and the tablet on which the UI (the user application) is installed will "interact" automatically (tablet as to be on the same network... of course).

·The HEMC can also be connected via WiFi network. In this case, when the HEMC will be powered with not Ethernet cable detected, the HEMC will act as a "hotspot". This will allow the UI on the tablet to be directly connected to the HEMC. That way, the user will be able to enter in the HEMC the WiFi router information. Then, the HEMC will be connected directly to the router via WiFi.

·If the "home" network required fixed IP address it will be a different story. The user will need to connect a monitor, keyboard and mouse directly into the HEMC. Then, it will be necessary to configure the network via Windows.

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 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
rs-232 controlable usb switch to alternate between Kai and HEMC -Upping Ante!
« Reply #5 on: Thu September 25, 2014, 06:46:03 PM »




The Extron SW2 USB, SW4 USB, and SW4 USB Plus are two- and four-input USB switchers that allow switching between multiple host devices and multiple USB peripherals. They provide integrator-friendly solutions for implementing USB 2.0 compatible switching in professional AV environments. A number of specialized features help further streamline integration, such as: port status indication, RS-232 pass-through, front panel security lockout, and multiple control points. The SW4 USB Plus model features Host and Peripheral Emulation Mode, which provides "keep alive" functionality by continuously mimicking host and keyboard/mouse communications within the switcher. This emulation eliminates the need for enumeration, and reduces the chance of failed device communications throughout the switching process.

All of the SW USB Series switchers act as active USB hubs, supplying 5V, 500mA to attached devices, per USB specification. In addition, the switchers are USB 2.0 compatible, and are backwards compatible with all previous USB data rate specifications, including low speed 1.5 Mbps, full speed 12 Mbps, and hi-speed 480 Mbps. RS-232 pass-through reduces RS-232 control port requirements by processing SIS commands within the SW USB while also passing them through to other controllable Extron audio and video switchers. The SW USB Series incorporates rack mountable, 1U, half-rack width enclosures for simplified integration. All models include an external, universal power supply for worldwide power compatibility.
Features

    Outputs: Four female USB type A connectors
    USB 2.0 compatible — Supports 480 Mbps high speed communications and is backwards compatible with all prior USB versions.
    Four port output hub with 5V, 500mA available on each output — Allows simultaneous connection to multiple peripheral devices such as mass storage devices, keyboards, mice, or other HID – Human Interface Devices. Attached devices can be powered via the provided 5V, 500mA available on each output.
    Port Status LEDs — Provides visual indication of port activity for enumerated peripherals and all connected and active host devices.
    Multiple control points — Operation via front panel, RS-232, and contact closure offers integration flexibility into a variety of control environments.
    RS-232 pass-through — Reduces RS-232 control port requirements by processing SIS commands within the SW USB while also passing them through to other controllable Extron video switchers.
    Front panel security lockout — Prevents unauthorized use in non-secure environments. In lockout mode, a special button combination is required to operate the switcher from the front panel.
    Rack-mountable, 1U half rack width metal enclosure
    Highly reliable, energy-efficient external universal power supply included, replacement part #70-775-01 — Provides worldwide power compatibility, with high demonstrated reliability and low power consumption for reduced operating costs.
    Host and Peripheral Emulation Mode - SW4 USB Plus model — Offers increased system reliability by emulating uninterrupted connection between host and keyboard/mouse devices. This selectable feature enables devices to "keep alive" when switching between inputs.


Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
4 KAI and 1 HEMC possible USB matrixing configurations for Hi End....
« Reply #6 on: Thu September 25, 2014, 07:55:39 PM »
Imagine 4 2k gaming pc's feeding 4 KAI controllers attached to 4 motion loveseats shown in 4 quadrants of a 4K Giant Screen!!!

Or Music on 3 love seats while someone plays on screen with Gaming motion on that seat.

It's an exciting concept for a no holds barred scenario.

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
Re: DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
« Reply #7 on: Wed October 08, 2014, 02:39:40 PM »
We have done many fantastic d-box systems cutting ahead with improvements but I came across at my first pitch for a d-box system and I must admit that trying to fit a theater  in a vertical space was kind of kooky.

The projection optics were going to be first class, the ray bounce designed by Henrik Mikkelsen former DNP super designer.


Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
D-Box, NEW LOWER List Prices for 115Volt and 220 Volt systems
« Reply #8 on: Thu October 09, 2014, 03:20:19 PM »
Prices have come down attached is the 115 Volt Kit List Prices

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
Re: DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
« Reply #9 on: Thu October 09, 2014, 03:27:38 PM »
230 volt

Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
Re: DCI D-Box, HEMC Final Layout
« Reply #10 on: Mon October 20, 2014, 03:17:19 PM »
final product
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Offline Peter CINERAMAX

 DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
Re: DCI D-Box, Forum's Elephant in room-Type 2- Blu Ray Window w New Controller
« Reply #11 on: Mon October 20, 2014, 03:28:11 PM »
dims