AmbiVision 4K is a new approach to entertainment that creates an astonishing viewing atmosphere. It's the first HDMI pass-through ambient lighting device for up to Ultra HD resolution to your TV or monitor. This technology enlarges the screen to the entire room by projecting a glow of light from all four sides of the back of the screen onto the surrounding wall. It's especially great for enhancing a 3D experience. AmbiVision supports all screen sizes up to 120 inches diagonally and captures the screen from all HDMI devices.
It is an affordable (from only $129 for new customers) piece of advanced technology that supports up to Ultra High Definition (3840 × 2160) resolution.
AI system makes the product outstanding:
- The device analyzes video content and adjusts capturing properties automatically; for example, games require fast changes and are more dynamic, so AmbiVision 4K boosts speed and increases colors. Dramas have statistically less fast changes than games, thus AmbiVision 4K adds more smoothing and increases minimum luminosity level to be more relaxed,
- Recognizes black bars in horizontal and vertical positions and automatically adjust capturing areas,
- Wall-adaptive feature, so the color of the light is perfectly aligned with the screen picture, regardless of the wall color,
- Drastically reduces eyestrain,
- No need to set up the controller (of course, you can manually adjust some features if you really want); even the LED numbers are automatically calculated,
- Control remotely by your remote control (HDMI CEC or infrared technology)
Installation for the AmbiVision 4K is simple and takes only 6-8 minutes depending on your screen size.
Prices of the product are even 40% lower than the future retail prices.
See more of AmbiVision 4K at http://igg.me/at/ambivision4K
AmbiVision 4K - new ambient light device on indiegogo
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2017-05-09 18:46 Post: #1
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2017-05-11 10:20 Post: #2
@adamsand, can I ask if you are in any way affiliated with the company/people that make AmbiVision or any of its resellers?
Just very suspicious since you posted no disclaimer yet re-posted about this product in several threads.
If that is not spam then at least not good etiquette to cross-post about same product in other threads.
One thread is enough for AmbiVision, or at least one thread per specific AmbiVision product.
Edit: Rechecked and every single of your post in this forum is about AmbiVision, so I call it spamming.
Quick google search show adam spamming other forums around internet about AmbiVision like he's getting paid to do it.
(This post was last modified: 2017-05-11 12:04 by RockerC.)
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2017-05-11 13:46 Post: #3
Agreed - there is a lot of Spamming going on here - and in other product threads as well
Please the forum rules:
Quote:2.2 No selling or promoting of services for money
Cross Posting in Multiple threads, Promoting a specific product is definitely considered trying to sell Hardware to forum members.
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2017-05-11 15:19 Post: #4
Warning. General consensus around the internet advises against purchasing from these guys. Do your research folks like, don't get burned.
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2017-05-12 12:25 Post: #5
Suggest that a forum moderator either move all those cross-posted copies of his original post to garbage/violations or delete them.
As per Forum_rules (wiki) : "No cross-posting. Do not cross-post or double-post".
But advertisement spamming like that in a forum that you are not an active member of should earn you an official ban IMHO.
(This post was last modified: 2017-05-12 12:42 by RockerC.)