August 22, 2008 in Seminars and Events (F)
[prMac.com] Dallas, TX - Village Tronic is proud to announce Jeremy Sutton's first two-day Dallas Painter Workshop incorporating Village Tronic's ViDock Gfx. Taking place at the Fran Reisner Studio, Jeremy will be using different hardware, including the ViDock Gfx to create a dynamic presentation as well as giving students time for hands-on practice with their own image and computer.
Briefly the class will encompass the themes of "systems, organization and optimization, loosening up your paintings through use of the 'muck up' under-painting technique, selectively refining your image and adding detail and contrasts, and enlivening your imagery through use of color" (Jeremy Sutton). For presentations like this Jeremy states, "The ViDock enabled me to give a live painting demonstration from my MacBook Pro last week in a dramatic and effective way that would not have been possible without the ViDock."
Jeremy is a great example to show who the ViDock family of graphics docking solutions was created for and its versatility across the business spectrum: the professional user that wants to use a single portable computer both on the road and the option to utilize multiple screens when needed whether that be in the office, studio, classroom or at home.
ViDock Gfx takes advantage of the fast connection offered by ExpressCard technology, the latest standard from PCMCIA for notebook expansion, to deliver an uncompromised user experience in terms of speed, responsiveness, 3D acceleration and resolution support. With the options of VGA, DVI Dual Link, or Dual DVI video output (Pro Edition), all the displays currently in the market can be supported, including the 30" ones at 2560x1600. The operating system compatibility ensures support for Windows Vista, Windows XP and Mac OS X. Aero accelerated user interface for Vista is also supported.
ViDock will be on the market bundled with the valuable software application "VTMultiDisplay" that improves the user experience when working with multiple screens. Thus, allowing the user to analysis large quantities of data. Creative professionals can take advantage of ViDock's powerful multi-display support to experience the final work on one screen while viewing edit commands on another. ViDock also allows the user to turn a notebook into a high performance graphics platform, with full HDTV support perfect for artists, gamers, and home users alike.
An innovator in the graphics card industry for more than 20 years, Village Tronic introduced in 2004 the most powerful all-in-one graphics card for Windows, Macintosh and Linux notebooks: VTBook. For further information about Village Tronic and its products, please visit the company's website.