Digital Projection Brought Lasers to the Nation’s Capital over Memorial Day

Digital Projection demonstrated their industry-leading E-Vision LASER 6500 projector at the American Alliance of Museums Expo.

The 6,500 lumen LASER delivered a captivating visual experience in Washington, D.C. from Thursday to Saturday in booth 4055. The multi-faceted, all-purpose E-Vision LASER 6500 engaged 1,000’s of attendees, including Mo Rocca, Dr. Mae Jemison, Robert Edsel, and many other special guest speakers. With over 250 exhibitors in attendance participating, next year’s show is already set to take place May 7-10 in St. Louis, MO.

More about the E-Vision LASER 6500:

Developed with a ‘Set it and Forget it’ directive, the E-Vision LASER 6500 delivers an impactful imaging solution that installers and system integrators can deploy with minimal maintenance throughout the lifetime of the display. The E-Vision LASER 6500 produces 6,500 lumens through laser-hybrid illumination in a compact chassis design. The high brightness output allows venues to present captivating imagery in a variety of venues, even when ambient light is present, such as in auditoriums and houses of worship.  The near unlimited tilt capabilities are also distinct, as they give venues an unlimited amount of installation flexibility. Venues can feature imagery positioned vertically, horizontally, and almost everything in between, without degrading the light source lifespan. The E-Vision LASER 6500 offers five different lens options including 0.77: 1 fixed, 1.1 - 1.3: 1 zoom, 1.54 - 1.93: 1 zoom, 1.93 - 2.91: 1 zoom, 3.0 – 5.0: 1 zoom. The fan noise is only 33 dBA, and can be made even more quiet based on the application’s optimal light output, making this a whisper-quiet display solution.

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