There’s a new way to do your DI, says Miami-based Assimilate, which unveiled its Scratch system at IBC. Run by Intergraph Computer Systems veterans Jim Meadlock and Jeff Edson, Assimilate purchased the assets of DIP R-evolution earlier this year and kept that company’s founders, Gerk Huisma and Nacho Mazzini, on board as CTO and VP of sales, respectively. Scratch supports DI work at resolutions from SD through 4K and higher, with integrated 1D and 3D look-up tables. Scratch runs on a dual-processor Windows XP Pro workstation with NVIDIA Quadro FX graphics acceleration and large amounts of either network or local storage. The software will cost $35,000; storage might run $20,000 to $40,000 more, depending on your needs.