Our biggest development kit, the 32’’ kit is the largest single module electronic paper display available anywhere - and even more, it’s in color. The kit combines E Ink® display technology and Visionect’s intelligent hardware and software platform in an e-paper screen that is 25 times bigger than an ebook, allowing you to quickly develop large-scale indoor or outdoor signs that require very little energy.
Just like the grayscale 32’’ development kit, the color 32’’ kit is ideal for digital signage applications in the most demanding environments. An excellent medium for displaying crisp information in color and all light conditions, it is ideal for applications where power consumption is key. It enables the development of applications, where low power consumption and outdoor visibility are the main requirements, like public transport information displays.
The kit represents the quickest way to a functional signage prototype, with technology ready for large scale and mission critical deployments. The additional benefit of the color display enables the development of universal indoor and outdoor digital signs used for wayfinding, advertizing or passenger information solutions.
The 32” driving board is a variant of the Visionect electronic paper driving board, designed especially for use in large-scale digital signage deployments. The only driving board supporting 32’’ epaper displays, it has been developed with hardware features that range from different power modes and multiple connectivity options. Supported is the option of driving LED front light based on an integrated ambient light sensor.
Visionect Server software license is included with every purchased development kit, and can be deployed in a Virtual machine (on Win, OSX, Linux), on a Linux PC or in the cloud. Visionect Server will manage the display units and connect them to the web. It will convert your web applications or web content into image data and stream it to the display units, allowing for simple integration. To help you along the way we'll provide documentation and even include an example digital signage app that allows you to display images with just one click.