Optoma introduces its first video enhancement processor

Already very well known for its projectors, Optoma has released the ThemeScene HD3000 video processor and switcher. The gennum VXP technology will just about do it all including scaling, edge management, bad edit correction and much much more.

From the article:

Optoma describes the HD3000 as being 'specifically designed to enhance
the image quality of all digital projectors, digital TVs, plasma and
LCD'. At its heart lies the renowned Gennum Visual Excellence
Processing (VXP) technology, which is capable of optimising any video
signal including HD 1080i from broadcast or disc. Key features include
switching, scaling, deinterlacing, colour management and image
enhancement; true 10-bit 4:4:4 broadcast-grade processing architecture;
sophisticated edge enhancement; multi-directional edge adaptive
processing; bad edit correction; three HDMI inputs plus one external
HDMI expansion; two Scart/RGBHV/component BNCs; two RCA components; 3 x
S-Video; 3 x composite video; one VGA (Scart/RGBVH/YPbPr); 1 x RS-232;
2 x 12V triggers; and a 1 x IR port extension.