Of developments can be seen in its booth highlights the 4K 27,000 lumens Insight Dual Laser as well as Laser UHD 4K-HighLite a team 3DLP 12,500 lumens. The E-Vision range has been extended with UHD 4K-10K and laser models and the fifth projector that displays featured in the show is the Mercury Quad, an update of the Titan system.
Visitors who come to stand (Hall 1 F44) of Digital Projection in ISE 2017 may check the characteristics of the new solid-state laser projectors it is presenting at the fair. For those looking for a stunning visual experience, Digital Projection has installed a 4K projection wall 4.5 meters wide in which clear and super bright thanks to Dual Laser projector Insight images are displayed. This new model 4K resolution 4,096 × 2,160 hundred kilos, 27,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 2000: 1 offers a total of 20,000 hours of lighting, maintenance-free.
Dual Laser projector Insight offers 3D capabilities and dual sequential formats tube. With dual-processing and inserting flash dark time (dark time) provides greater flexibility and convenience when projecting 3D and the system can be synchronized for use with glasses.
With the ColorMax functionality for high image precision and scale, along with the scaled expansion and blend edges (edge-blending), you can be controlled through the Application Controller Projection PC (Projection Controller PC Application), improving accessibility and ease of use.
A suitable for professional simulation, visualization, signaling and different applications where a screen large equipment is required.
The second projector that is presenting Digital Projection in Amsterdam is the HighLite Laser-UHD 4K. A DLP 3 team featuring a brightness of 12,500 lumens and contrast ratio. 2000: 1. Video processing Ultra High Definition (Ultra High Definition -UHD) incorporating this model adds an additional 3D HIGHlite the standard dimension and geometric correction ensures maximum flexibility.
3D range of E-Vision has been extended with 4K-UHD and 10K laser models, including picture in picture (PIP), as well as edge-blending and correction functions geometry series and a real time clock for automation.
The first is a team 1DLP with 7,500 lumens of brightness, 3,840 x 2,160 resolution and a contrast ratio of 6000: 1 or 20,000: 1 high contrast model, which achieved thanks to the Dynamic Black technology.
The 10K reaches a brightness of 10,500 lumens at a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 (WUXGA), being an ideal medium for screens and large. Both projectors E-Vision enjoy the same versatility of the other teams of the range and durability of its light source up to 20,000 hours.
The fifth solid state model is presented as a novelty in this edition of ISE is the Mercury Quad, a system upgrade based projection lamps Titan which has been redesigned to give it a more modern look, while still having 20,000 lumens output for four lamps 465w.
Finally, the M-Vision range has been updated to include the latest technology of laser illumination.
The Laser 15K is a powerful single-chip DLP projector with a capacity of 15,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 10,000: 1. A projection solution to display images on large screens.
Applications in third
The visual projection Digital Projection also be in ISE applications that have made other exhibitors. Integrated with super middle 8K Wings Engine servers, stand AV Stumpfl (1-H6, 1-G3) are using computers 4K Quads Insight offers a brightness of 25K 8K uncompressed images.
In Navitar it has installed a laser projector HighLite, while the Calibre has four HighLite and DNP with E-Vision system 6800. Meanwhile, Stewart is exhibiting a team E-Vision 8500, a projector also it is being used in the booth with a UST Wyrestorm lens.
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