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DarbeeVision Cuts Through Haze and Fog, Brings a New Dimension of Clarity to Security Systems

New Reveal Technology Enhances Quality of CCTV Video Surveillance, Security Systems

SANTA ANA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/03/14 -- DarbeeVision, Inc, the digital enhancement pioneer, has unveiled its brand new Reveal technology, which creates a profound level of image quality for security/surveillance applications. DarbeeVision will be on hand in Las Vegas at the 2014 International CES to give live demos of the new technology.

Using Reveal, available as a video processor module that installs between any HDMI source and display, details that were previously obscured are suddenly clear and sharp. Fog, haze, snow and poor lighting conditions are automatically compensated for -- in real time -- enabling targets of interest to be seen more clearly. Reveal is also available for licensing to CCTV installers and integrators as an IP block.

Reveal's 'revealing' effects are further amplified when used along with Darbee Visual Presence™ (DVP) processors such as the Darblet™. DVP processing adds unequaled depth and clarity to any digital image.

"Our Reveal technology presents a very high value proposition for security systems," said Larry Pace, president of DarbeeVision. "Using Reveal, what was once a blurry outline of an image takes shape -- and becomes identifiable. This effect is amplified even further when paired with a video processor running our patented DVP technology. It's really quite an eye-opening experience."

Features include:

  • Three new image enhancement viewing modes that lift fog, haze, and correct lighting
  • HDMI 1.4 compliant
  • One HDMI input, one HDMI output
  • Resolutions from 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, and most computer formats
  • Deep color capable, 36-bit 4:4:4
  • On screen menu to access controls
  • Remote controllable
  • Small processor footprint
  • Upgradeable firmware
  • 2.5" x 4" x .75", 3 oz.

To learn more, please visit, DarbeeVision's Facebook or call 657-600-8241.

About DarbeeVision Inc.
Formed in 2009 as a privately held company, DarbeeVision Inc. is headquartered in Santa Ana, California. DarbeeVision's mission is to redefine the world's relationship with digital images by bringing Darbee technology to every digital image display device -- no matter the application. DarbeeVision's Visual Presence and Reveal technologies do what no other imaging technology can do -- help the eyes see images the way the brain expects them to look. DarbeeVision is offering its technology for consumer electronics product integrations. DarbeeVision's technology is also available to OEMs as IP for licensing. For information call 657-600-8241, email [email protected], or visit

All DarbeeVision patents, trademarks, copyrights and licensing are the property of DarbeeVision, Inc.

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