National Infantry Museum adopts Zaxel Video Server
Santa Clara, CA (June 25, 2009) Zaxel's video server Zaxtar is selected to be used at a theater in the newly opened National Infantry Museum to play key feature movies of Infantrymen of the United States.
The new National Infantry Museum is opened on June 19, 2009 just outside of Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia.
“This world-class tribute to Infantrymen past, present and future, is the first of its kind in the United States. Throughout the 190,000-square-foot museum, visitors will take an interactive journey through every war fought by the U.S. over the past two centuries,” according to the Museum.
Zaxtar is ideal for presenting the highest quality video at a largest theater because of ZLC, a mathematically lossless compression, which compresses video at compression ratio of more than 3 to 1 but does not degrade the original video. Zaxtar is driving both 10,000 lumen projector and 12,000 lumen projector at the theaters in the museum.
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