Please also visit:

Warping videowalls

Warping videowalls

Warping videowalls

The Warp Engine is a transmitter/receiver that allows installers to get creative with their videowalls

Just Add Power’s (J+P) latest innovation is the Warp Engine, a transmitter/receiver that reportedly facilitates the deployment of videowalls mounted at any angle with a mix of display models. It allows integrators to rotate an HDMI source in a J+P matrix in 0.1° increments in real time with low latency. The rotated image can then be distributed to an ‘unlimited’ amount of receivers on the network, enabling huge videowalls using a single Warp Engine.

‘Bringing powerful new capabilities to the Ultra HD-over-IP ecosystem, our new Warp Engine allows installers to get creative with their videowalls by venturing beyond the traditional grid pattern,’ said Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at J+P. ‘Unlike other products on the market that are limited to custom graphics or static signage, the Warp Engine works with any HDMI source for the ultimate in flexibility.’


Also new is the VBIS-HDIP-707WP2 thin two-gang HDMI wall plate transmitter, which allows users to incorporate laptops and other HDMI devices as sources within UHD-over-IP systems. At 1.5 inches deep, the unit is designed for installation within thin walls or mounting on a table or podium. Its ‘field-serviceable modular design’ allows users to service it with a screwdriver in the event of any damage.

Finally, J+P has upgraded its 707POE transmitter. The 708POE adds a stereo analogue audio output. Like its predecessor, the transmitter distributes video resolutions up to 4K Ultra HD with no latency over a single Cat-5e cable. The unit supports HDCP 2.2 and all lossless audio formats, including Dolby Atmos. Videowall functionality is built in for displays installed in portrait and flipped configurations, as well as image push, pull and pop features.

You may also like:

In or out

14 Jan 2021

Mahajak brings clarity to the Bank of Thailand

29 Apr 2020
Click to play video

2020 Visionaries: Taft Stricklin

17 Feb 2020

Please also visit:

Information on cookies

Cookies are short reports that are sent and stored on the hard drive of the user's computer through your browser when it connects to a web. Cookies can be used to collect and store user data while connected to be able to provide you the requested services. Often cookies are getting deleted when the user leaves a site or logs out of it.

There are several types of cookies:

  • Technical cookies that facilitate user navigation and use of the various options or services offered by the web, such asas identifying a session, allowing access to certain areas, facilitating orders, purchases, filling out forms, registration, security, facilitating functionalities (videos, social networks, etc..).
  • Customization cookies that allow users to access services according to their preferences (language, browser, configuration, etc..).
  • Analytical cookies which allow anonymous analysis of the behavior of web users, measuring user activity and development of navigation profiles in order to improve websites and the experience of future visitors.

When you keep using our website, in compliance with Article 22 of Law 34/2002 of the Information Society Services, in the analytical cookies treatment, we have requested your consent to their use.
We use cookies to improve our services. For more details please refer to our Terms of Use and/or our Privacy Policy.

Please note that you can enable or disable and delete cookies in your web browser.