BPIT, Inc. - Triple D Application

Triple D Application

By: Envitech Ltd.



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Software Features:

Text Box                            
Text Box object can be simple and can be "smart text-box" that presents current date & time or online data in the clip. The following                             
example reflects some of these groups revealed and configured to get an attractive text label:                            
                             
Chart                            
Envitech Triple-D let you to add a chart that will reflect graph of one or more air quality monitors data to a clip. You can determine                             
the chart's design characteristics including several types of graphs that will appear on the chart. The following figure is an example                             
for configured Line chart from "Dust Blue" type, including 2 series, shadow and reflection:                            
                             
Gauges                            
Envitech Triple-D provides several gauges to display on the clip for data illustration including design options, ranges reflection, pointer, numeric displaying and more:                            
Clock Type Gauge - Classic gauge with pointer that points the numeric value inside a 360° (or less) clock.          
Linear Gauge - rectangle gauge that contains a pointer that points on the relevant digit that lies in a horizontal or vertical scale.
Thermometer - Thermometer is actually a linear gauge that its default orientation is vertical and has no pointer. It meant for presenting temperature data and scale in Celsius degrees.                            
Sector Gauges - The sector gauges are 3 gauges with common properties (except the specific appearance) that differ from                             
degrees.The 3 sector gauges are: Left Gauge, Right Gauge, Middle Gauge                            
                             
Multimedia                            
Envitech Triple-D is an option to insert the clip a multimedia item from 4 types:                            
Image Files                          
Video Files                          
Audio Files                          
3-Dimensions Text                          
Xaml Files (Icon Images that exist in the "TripleD" folder under "Xaml Icons" folder)                            
                             
Clocks                            
Envitech Triple-D provides two types of clocks and one counter:                            
Clock - Analog classic clock with seconds pointer.                  
Digital Clock                        
Counter - The user determines the number of digits and every X seconds the digit will be counted up/down.        
                             
Time Panel                            
Time Panel exists in the middle lower field of the Public Display Configuration application . The time panel contains horizontal time                             
axis, from 00:00:00 (hh:mm:ss) to the end of the clip, calling "Time Line". When you insert an object to the clip you can place it not just                             
on the canvas but on the time dimension. You can do this manually by dragging a pointer toward the wished point in the time line.                            
The time line is used also to see the entire clip, by click on the "Play" button and the "Pause" button.                            
The main field of the time panel reflects the ToolKit objects topics on the time axis, so you can see when any object will appear and                             
when it will disappear. You can also navigate in the clip by this field. For example: Suppose you wish to find the "3D Text" item you                             
have insert to the clip; move the red pointer from the beginning to the end until you will see the   topic. There is an option to move bjects on the time axis by clicking on its topic and move it right /left by the mouse.                            
                             
The Clip                            
Envitech Triple-D clip is based on several audio, text, vocal, video and chart objects that appear and disappear from the screen                             
according the configuration that was made by the Public Display Configuration application. The duration of each object                             
appearance, like the duration of the entire clip is determined by the same application that rules also the entire "Sequence" (Sequence is the final product of the Triple-D.                            
It is actually a series of several clips) that will be transmitted into the Triple-D billboard.                            
                             
Configuration Application                            
The following figure is a capture from a clip while it is configured via the Public Display Configuration application that reflects an                             
example for Hawaii station's dashboard in including most of the objects, that will appear later in the Triple-D screen and will be shown in the second tab.                            
                             
Triple-D Screen                            
The following figure is an example for the same capture that was shown in the first tab from the Public Display Configuration                            
application (a capture from Hawaii Station's clip). As you can see from the figure below the capture including real data, background and index chart that was added after the previous capture was taken.                            
                             
Transition                            
Transition is visual effect that differs between two clips in the transmitted sequence. Sequence is the final product of the Triple-D.It is actually a series of several clips.                            
The transition is displayed starting the point a clip is ended until the next clip starts. There are several transition types that selected via the Public Display Configuration application.                            
The following example reflects a capture from a "Cube Right to Left" transition between 2 clips.