Many and varied innovations ranging from laser 3LCD projection, augmented reality devices to robots dancing and even a system papermaking compact office are some of the proposals of the Japanese company that can be seen today in the Hannover Fair .
The participation of Epson in CeBIT 2017Which closes its doors today in the German city of Hannover, it has been active since the first day of competition, with the completion of a spectacular mapping in collaboration with Lang AGWith two new projectors and light installation model EB-L25000U, each with 25,000 lumens, as the protagonist of the inauguration, which were German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The company is present with two stands at the fair, one in the so-called Japanese Pavilion (stand A38) as guest country this year, and another in showing their latest models of laser projection 3LCD, his glasses Moverio BT-350 reality increased and advanced robot solutions (hall 3 - stand D17), among other proposals.
One of the attractions is a curved screen 230 degrees and 15 meters long six laser projectors 3LCD set on edge blending model EB-L1505U, each of 12,000 lumens, which creates an immersive space for visitors.
To this the show performed by C8XL robots Epson, as part of an interdisciplinary research project, led by, creative as well as experts in contemporary dance engineers AV and sound, have learned to dance adds and made a shocking choreography (video attached).
Minoru Usui as president of Epson in CeBIT 2017 inaugural speech, "I see a world where robots are colleagues who coexist with us for manual or repetitive work noted; alleviate shortages of labor in industrial services, and even take care of us and keep us company as we age or are sick. "
Epson has also used its presence at CeBIT 2017 to show a preview paperlab the European market, its first manufacturing system compact office paper by a dry process.
Did you like this article?
Subscribe to our RSS feed and you will not miss anything.
• Section: Display, Events, Training, Business, Projection, Augmented reality