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"Kev and I have a 2009 model 65″ Vizio TV; it’s not smart, and it’s not fancy in any way, but we like the picture size and most of the time we feel that everything we view on that television looks just “fine”. After attaching the DarbeeVision DVP-5000S, I now know that our display wasn’t fine, it was substandard."


We are extremely proud and thankful to be working with Optoma and being integrated into their Home Entertainment Projector, the HD28DSE, is an amazing step for us! Above is a video clip about the HD28DSE. If you would like to see the full line of products that Optoma was featuring at ISE 2016 this year please be sure to check out their video located here.


Optoma revolutionises home projection with intense detail approaching Ultra HD picture quality. Critically acclaimed DARBEE Visual Presence image processing, coupled with Optoma's legendary projection technology dramatically intensifies image quality. This provides the flexibility to fine tune the projector for a clearer, sharper and a simply stunning visual experience.

The HD28 DARBEE Special Edition Projector is getting closer and closer to hitting the shelves, October 2015!! Please watch and share Optoma's video on this incredible projector!!


We are pleased to announce the world's first DARBEE Visual Presence enabled projector system!

After one year in the making we are excited to share the joining of forces between the Optoma/Coretronics and DarbeeVision teams to create a projector with more depth, clarity, and realism. Projected images have never looked better!



Google frees its dream robots to run wild across the internet

Training an iterative feedback loop so that the output is steered in a useful direction is a hallmark of intelligence. Using such a loop to create "random" outcomes, can produce images that contain spatial content that is: reminiscent, beautiful, strange and ghastly. Our processing uses iterative feedback at its core, with steering to generate beautiful images. In our method, the DARBEE Visual Presence image enhancement process drives an image to a state where the image contained is more of what is expected by your visual system.