The Digital Projection booth (Hall 1, F60) will showcase some of the latest innovations in projection
technology, including Solid State native 4K LED & Laser projectors along with a variety of proven
UHP projectors. You an get free admission by registering here using code: 704428
World First 4K 3-Chip LED Projector
The INSIGHT 4K LED merges the detail and clarity of full native 4K resolution with the stunning colour
space and black levels of LED illumination. The INSIGHT 4K LED is ideal for any application needing
long-life projection with unmatched color saturation, lumen maintenance and color stability read more...
12,000 ANSI Lumen 4K 3-Chip Laser Projector
With 20,000 hours of maintenance free illumination and no lamp replacements required, the
INSIGHT 4K LASER delivers bright, stable and color-accurate imagery. All with the stunning detail and
image subtlety that only full 4096 x 2160 4K resolution can deliver, and all at approximately 40% of the
size and weight of existing 4K projector solutions. In applications where a compelling, clear visual
experience is a critical measure of success, Digital Projection's INSIGHT 4K LASER delivers. read more...
1-Chip & 3-Chip UHP Projectors
A range of 1-Chip and 3-Chip projectors will also be shown on the booth. Ranging from the
ultra-competatively priced E-Vision's and M-Vision's, to the 20,000 ANSI Lumen TITAN Super Quad's,
the Digital Projection booth with be showcasing projectors suitable for almost every application and venue.
Digital Projection on Partner Booth's
|Dataton will be showcasing their WATCHOUT software on booth 11-F80 using TITAN Super Quad's and E-Vision 7500's|
|Stewart Filmscreen will be showcasing their new LuminEsse™ thin bezel screen system on booth 1-F50 using an E-VISION 4500 projector.|
|Wyrestorm will be showcasing their full range of HDBaseT Matrix Switchers and Extender products on booth 5-U120, all of which integrate seamlessly with the E-Vision 7500.|
|Calibre - booth 4U64 will use two Highlight projectors to create a single 2.35:1 widescreen image on a curved screen, driven by a pair of Calibre HQView video processors|