Analogue television is a new type of TV, based on digital technology and capable of displaying video signals and displaying digital data, according to the company behind the project.
The device is based on the Intel Edison processor and the video signals from the digital display are encoded in the HDMI interface.
It has a total of six digital inputs and four analog outputs, and a total display resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels.
According to the project’s website, the display uses the new Edison chip for its video signal, which is a bit brighter and can produce higher quality images.
The Edison chip contains three video signals: one to each of the two cameras.
It can be used for two different kinds of display: an analog video signal and a digital video signal.
The first two video signals are encoded by a video signal processor that translates the video signal to a bitstream that is encoded by the display.
The second two video signal processors decode the bitstream to a display that is connected to a TV and can display digital information and display video signals.
The video signals of each of these processors can be fed into the display through a digital interface.
In the case of the analog video signals, the device displays video signals encoded in RGB (red, green and blue) or RGB-VGA (VGA-VHS, VGA-GMA and VGA/VHS).
The HDMI output is used to receive the video from the TV and to transmit the digital data to the display, according the project, which will be released this year.
The Jerusalem Posts said that it has already built a prototype of the display using components from the Edison chip, but the Jerusalem Post said the prototype has only been shown to a small group of employees and did not have a firm launch date.