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Frank Farnsworth

Frank Farnsworth is the Lead Development Engineer in Seneca’s Visual Media market. He is responsible for designing custom solutions and validating platforms for customers looking to deploy products in Digital Signage and Digital Broadcast.

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Passive vs. Active, that is the question

Posted by Frank Farnsworth on Fri, Aug, 19, 2016 @ 09:08 AM

We’ve all been there, scratching our heads, slowly losing our sanity saying, “What’s the difference between passive and active adapters and what is that double plus sign above the port anyways?” DisplayPort is being seen more and more in the world of hardware for digital signage and video walls, and for good reason!


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Topics: media player, digital signage, active adapter, passive adapter

From OK to 4K

Posted by Frank Farnsworth on Tue, Jul, 12, 2016 @ 10:07 AM

You’re a visual media producer -  the master of the message, the purveyor of extraordinary experiences and the optical magician of the advertising world. Are you satisfied with just OK? Or is it time to move to 4K?

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Topics: media player, HD, Resolution, Digital Media, Visual Media, UHD, 1080, 4k

Installing the Seneca HDS

Posted by Frank Farnsworth on Mon, Jun, 27, 2016 @ 09:06 AM

Installing the Seneca HDS Media Stick is simple! Follow these steps, presented by our own Development Engineer Frank Farnsworth, and you’ll be up and running in no time.

Getting started with the HDS is simple. In minutes you’ll have a high-end industrial media player ready to show off your digital signage for thousands upon thousands of hours, all with a footprint smaller than a cell phone!

Follow these easy steps to get your HDS up and running today!

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Topics: media player

Benefits of DisplayPort in Digital Signage

Posted by Frank Farnsworth on Tue, Jan, 26, 2016 @ 07:01 AM

Why You Cannot Afford to Not Consider DisplayPort in Your Digital Signage Deployment

In Digital Signage, an important characteristic when determining the type of media player needed is the types of video connection required to stream the content to the displays. Depending on the number of displays that are desired it is essential to consider what video outputs are necessary.

Over the last decade or so, the dominant methods of delivering this content has been through HDMI, DVI, and VGA cables; the latter of which is beginning to be considered “legacy” due to its completely analog nature. As it goes with all technology, there eventually comes a “new kid on the block”, and this new kid is called DisplayPort.

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Topics: DisplayPort

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