Matrox Graphics Inc., the leading manufacturer of specialized graphics solutions, and D-BOX Technologies Inc., today announced a joint agreement to showcase Matrox TripleHead2Go with D-BOX Motion Code(TM) next-generation systems at the 2009 Electronic Entertainment Expo from June 2-4th in Los Angeles, California, South Hall, Booth# 2817.
D-BOX Motion Code(TM) system is a motion generating technology that allows gamers to feel accelerations of up to 2Gs, as well as pitch, roll, heave, and intelligent vibrations all perfectly synched with the action from the games. The Matrox TripleHead2Go external multi-display upgrade adds to this realism by enabling Surround Gaming across three monitors simultaneously, engaging your peripheral vision and giving you three times more visible game content than a single display. The result from the combined technologies — an unmatched level of immersion and the ultimate gaming experience.
“This demo would not have been possible without the collaborative efforts of our developer partners,” says Mark Bush, GXM Product Evangelist, Matrox Graphics. “We are very excited to showcase D-BOX Motion Systems- and TripleHead2Go-optimized game titles on one of the most breathtaking and immersive PC gaming hardware setups this market has ever seen.”
“We are pleased to collaborate with Matrox and many major software developers to give the ultimate Gaming Experience through our award winning motion technology,” says Claude McMaster, President and CEO of D-BOX Technologies.
D-BOX will be demonstrating multiple Motion systems with TripleHead2Go enabled-displays on each set up, including two, never before seen, six-monitor gaming display wall stations. These demos will run on AMD Dragon Platform Systems built on Vigor Gaming PCs. Partner developer titles include Ubisoft(R) Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X., Codemasters(TM) DiRT(TM) 2, SimBin(TM): RACE ON, and Crytek(TM)/Electronic Arts(TM) Crysis Warhead(R).
D-BOX Technologies designs and manufactures leading edge high-technology motion systems mainly suited to the needs of the entertainment industry. For more information, visit http://www.d-box.com/gaming/en/.