Beeblade

Compact and scalable, the Beeblade is powerful enough for HD, 4K and 8K video output, depending on what you need.

Think of it like organic technology that evolves around your vision, not the other way around. Our Beeblade has three different specs, and each can live in different environments.

 

Taking their names from the Apoidea species, Beeblade Minima refers to one of the smallest bees in the world – the 2mm Minima – that is rarely seen by the casual observer.

 

Beeblade Osmia alludes to the Osmia bee, a 12mm medium-sized but intelligent creature that populates using pollen collecting hairs from its abdominal scopa. Beeblade Pluto is named after the largest resin bee on the planet with a wingspan of 63.5mm.

 

Leaner, lighter and greener – this is the next evolution in media engines. We created the Beeblade to improve the way visual experiences can be powered, we developed a new system that’s kinder to both planet and budgets – without losing any power and core functionality.

Environments

All three Beeblades can go directly into projectors and display technology with a built-in Smart Display Module (SDM) slot.
They can all also live in our Beebox and Beehive units, scaling to the nature of your project.

 

Minima Beebox
The Beebox.
Our custom-designed enclosure. Small and portable so it can be placed next to display technology, if there’s no built-in SDM slot.
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Beehive
The Beehive.
A unit that can house up to 16 Beeblades, whether Minimas, Osmias, Plutos – or a combination of the three. The Beehive can be fully or partially populated, depending on what you need.
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