,Thursday, April 22, 1999
Pioneer’s DVD-Video Brings University of Kentucky Basketball Museum Displays to Life
Pioneer New Media Technologies announces its DVD-Video player was selected by the University of Kentucky Basketball Museum for use in surround sound, video wall, and interactive kiosk applications.
The museum uses 25 of the DVD-V7200 players to bring displays to life through interactive sight, sound and motion. In this application, Pioneer’s DVD-Video player delivers fast action, high quality video using different audio implementations, audio channels and surround sound.
“Pioneer’s DVD technology provides an ideal multimedia presentation solution for public exhibit use, enhancing the audiences’ viewing experience,” said Linda Toleno, vice president of sales, Pioneer New Media Technologies. “The player uniquely offers features important to professional video developers like external sync and computer control capability while delivering high quality video images in high activity environments.”
For more information on Pioneer’s DVD-V7200 player and other industrial products from Pioneer New Media Technologies, visit the company’s Web site or call 310/952-2111.