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Welcome to 2011!

Happy New Year… and what a great new year it is going to be! DP saw consistent stabilization and strengthening of the economy through 2010, allowing us to post the biggest year in our history!

Entering 2011, our 15th year of doing business, we could not be more bullish. Integrator, Consultant and End User activity is strong in nearly all markets, our dealer channels to the markets are deeper than they have ever been, the economy continues to strengthen and our precision display lineup is more diverse, capable and application-relevant than it has ever been.

Here is a snapshot of our current product lineup:
DP's Product Range
Click here to see the full-size printable Product Range document.

With such a positive outlook for 2011, DP is making incredibly significant investments to assure we continue to deliver the very best projection products along with the best customer services in the projection industry. The expansion of our US facility is well underway (click here for recent photos via Facebook), we are adding experienced associates to our Application Support, Tech Support, Field Engineering, Training and Customer Service teams, and we are even opening new offices in key international markets.

Without a doubt, we owe sincere thanks to the multitude of customers and industry partners who have been true business friends and important contributors to our growth. We plan to return the favors by bringing you the most dynamic and innovative product range in our history, along with the most comprehensive package of customer-oriented resources DP has ever offered. Here’s to making 2011 a great year for all of us!

From everyone at Digital Projection, thanks for helping us grow, and welcome to the New Year!

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Meet the New TITAN Series of Projectors
More Efficiency.
More Flexibility.
Meet the New TITAN Series.

In Q4, 2010, DP launched our all-new TITAN sx+ 350. Producing an astounding 6000 lumens from a single 350 watt lamp, the ultra quiet TITAN SX+ 350 delivers exceptional lumen-per-watt-efficiency. In fact, to our knowledge, the only more efficient 3-chip platform is our 7000 lumen TITAN WUXGA 330!

We have enjoyed such rapid success with the TITAN WUXGA 330 and TITAN sx+ 350 platforms that we have decided to expand the 350 lineup to include our TITAN 1080p models.

Specifically, in Q1 of 2011, the TITAN 1080p-250 and 1080p-500 projectors will be phased out and replaced with the new TITAN 1080p-350, another highly efficient, super quiet, 6000 lumen, single-lamp powerhouse.

Worth noting – just like the dual lamp, 10,000+ lumen TITAN 700 series, the TITAN sx+ 350 and 1080p-350 projectors can be employed in either landscape or portrait orientation, and tilted lens over tail, or side over side. DP’s rugged and mechanically flexible RapidRig rigging frame is an easy-to-add option that assures simplicity in rigging TITANs in any mechanical orientation required by the application.

Look for the new TITAN 1080p-350 to be added to our published pricing during February, with shipments commencing right away. Feel free to contact your DP regional manager (click here) if you need more information in advance of that pricing release.

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New 3D Projectors from Digital Projection Update
New Portrait and Landscape 3D Models On the Way

** Please note a change in nomenclature - "-S" products are now named "-L" **

Like any demanding projection application, 3D requires the right projection tool for the job. With more 3D application experience than any other projector manufacturer, DP’s well established TITAN 3D product line already represents the most comprehensive and capable range of 3D displays available in the world.

Forget what our competitors claim - it is a fact that DP’s array of TITAN and LIGHTNING 3D solutions exceeds the number 3-chip 3D displays offered by all of our competitors combined.

As we said, always use the right tool for the job.

With that vital thought in mind, DP is poised to launch six new TITAN 3D products. We proudly introduce the:

    • TITAN 1080p-3D-L
    • TITAN SX+ 3D-L
    • TITAN 1080p-3D P
    • TITAN SX+ 3D-P

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DP Strengthens Dedication to infoComm with Huge 2011 Sponsorship

Digital Projection is proud to be the exclusive display products sponsor for infoComm's upcoming series of national Roundtable meetings for 2011.

The Roundtables provide an excellent networking opportunity and are a free InfoComm member benefit. Featured Roundtable agendas include the opportunity for attendees to discuss views on major issues impacting the industry, individual success stories and open discussions on ways InfoComm can better serve our industry.

Furthermore, members can earn lucrative RU CTS: 1, CTS-D: 1, CTS-I: 1, Max: 1 by attending. Watch for upcoming news from DP regarding the next regional Roundtable.

Digital Projection will also sponsor (3) national “AV Technology Today” conferences geared toward end users who would like to learn more about audio-visual and networking solutions. The first conference will be held in Atlanta on March 24, followed by Chicago, IL on September 21 and Anaheim, CA on October 20. End-users can click here to register for the Atlanta “AV Technology Today” conference.

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Win an E-Vision Projector from Church Production Magazine
Win a New E-Vision Projector from Church Production Magazine!

DP and Church Production Magazine have teamed up to help one lucky person win a brand-new E-Vision WXGA-600 projector!

Recently reviewed in Church Production Magazine by Kris Rinas, director of video systems at Grace Community Church in Noblesville, Ind., says the E-Vision has “features typically reserved for projectors costing five times as much."

Click here for contest entry details.

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2011 Brings EVEN MORE Opportunities for DP Dealers

As many of you have noticed, DP had quite a large advertising presence in 2010. At a time when some manufacturers are struggling, DP is now able to convert years of conservative, pragmatic growth into proactive market growth. This is great news for DP dealers, as we’re actively investing in education, support and service expansions through which you can grow your businesses. Advertising is another key component in this growth.

The first part of 2011 will see an even more aggressive approach than 2010, with blanket campaigns in print and web for the commercial AV, residential and simulation markets. Verticals within these markets, including Houses of Worship, 3D visualization and others will see focused ad investments as well.

Seminar sponsorships, banner ads and our customary full-page, full-color ads in key market publications are only a few of the plans we have already begun to implement.

You’ll also notice more product-specific advertising, especially on certain high-traffic sites such as I’ve included a few samples below of some of the now-active campaigns. These are only a few of the many product highlights we’re running.

The efforts and support of every DP dealer, consultant and industry partner is integral to our strategy for 2011, and we hope you can put this very visible advertising investment to good use. Don’t hesitate to let us know how else we can help you grow. Let’s make 2011 a year to remember.

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DP Headquarters Expansion Update
US Headquarters Expansion Update

Between the walls, wiring and windows all being installed within the last few weeks, the new space already looks remarkably different than the wide-open construction site we'd all grown accustomed to.

DP Headquarters Expansion Update

DP Headquarters Expansion Update

DP Headquarters Expansion Update

We're happy to report that the expansion is moving along swiftly, with the help of some industry partners that we'll be discussing in further updates.

In the meantime, visit our Facebook page to see even more photos of the expansion in progress.

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DP Dealers – Get Your Name in Lights at infoComm

DP dealers take note! The Spotlight Awards are now open and awaiting your greatest installs.

Through a partnership between PRO AV and InfoComm International, Pro AV’s 4th Annual Spotlight Awards compare and reward the best projects submitted by AV integrators, consultants, and architectural design firms.

What’s in it for DP dealers? Winning projects will receive widespread recognition during InfoComm 2011 in Orlando, plus a feature in the July/August 2011 issue of PRO AV. Furthermore, winners will be highlighted in ARCHITECT magazine, which is read by 65,000 commercial architects and design professionals.

We know our dealers use our precision displays in awe-inspiring applications regularly. Now’s your chance to get recognized and rewarded for your hard work!

To apply for a Spotlight Award, simply click here.

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Digital Projection, Limited to Launch New Projectors at ISE 2011

Digital Projection, Limited (DPL) will be unveiling numerous new precision projectors in February at the upcoming Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) show. Based in Amsterdam, the Feb. 1 – 3 expo is comprised of new audiovisual technology products from over 600 exhibitors worldwide.

Combined with its extensive continuing education opportunities, ISE represents one of the key technology tradeshows of the year internationally. DPL has been a key exhibitor at ISE for many years, and consistently delivers one of the most anticipated booths on the show floor.

ISE attendees will be able to see both existing and new DPI projectors in action, including new displays within the HIGHlite and M-Vision families. For more information on DPL’s product line, as well as booth and contact information for the ISE expo, please click here.

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Photos of the Month


Given the gravity of the events that transpired on Sept. 11 in New York City, California's public safety bond measure approved a technologically capable, and much needed, emergency operations headquarters in L.A.

Los Angeles Emergency Operations Center Uses Digital Projection
The EOC building houses three agencies: the Emergency Management Department (EMD), the Los Angeles Police Department's Real Time Analysis and Critical Response Division (LAPD-RACR), and the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD).

Los Angeles Emergency Operations Center Uses Digital Projection
The Main Coordination Room enlists four 10,000 lumen Digital Projection TITAN 1080p-700 projectors to illuminate a four panel 10'x5'6" display constructed by RP Visuals.

Los Angeles Emergency Operations Center Uses Digital Projection
DP projectors including a ceiling-mounted dVision 30 also feature in the conference and education room, where live telecasts, seminars and continuing education opportunities take place within sight of the Main Coordination Room for quick response.

Los Angeles Emergency Operations Center Uses Digital Projection
Spectrum ITC Group played a key consultant role in the design, specification and execution of the four-year project.

Los Angeles Emergency Operations Center Uses Digital Projection
In an interview and resultant article with Sound & Video Contractor's Cynthia Wisehart, John Bilar, technology consultant with Spectrum ITC Group commented, "Equipment did not make it into our final design unless we had tested it here in our lab and beaten the crap out of it."

Operation Golden Phoenix photos used with permission by NPS Center for Asymmetric Warfare.

DP would like to recognize and thank Brad Howell, Ron Baker Photography and Sasha Bilar for access to their stunning photography of the EOC.

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Tech Tip


Single-chip projectors in portrait mode

As mentioned in other articles in this newsletter, DP’s TITAN projectors offer tremendous flexibility to support both portrait and landscape applications. However, applications that require unusual mechanical positioning of the projector cover a wide range of budgets – and not all require the flagship performance the TITAN product line offers.

For those portrait applications that don’t need the extensive capabilities of the TITAN products, dVision and iVision 30 series projectors offer a great alternative.

Although the dVision and iVision 30 series are not designed for Portrait display use, they can be oriented with the lens pointing straight down, straight up, or anywhere in-between. That capability lends itself to a simple mirror trick that will rotate the image 90 degrees, allowing the resulting imagery to be presented to the screen in portrait orientation.

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Tech Tip Archive

Click here for the 2004-2007 Newsletter Archive
Jan/Feb 2008 - CoolTek Engineering Part 1
March 2008 - CoolTek Engineering Part 2
April 2008 - CoolTek Engineering Part 3
May & June 2008 - Theaterscope Handling Tips
Late Summer 2008 - Lens Shift and the Sweet Spot
October 2008 - Auto Shut-off For TITAN/LIGHTNING
November 2008 - Adjusting Your TheaterScope
December 2008 - Scalability With DP's TITANS
January 2009 - Resolutions Overview
April 2009 - EDID Technology Overview
May 2009 - How to Set Intelligent Lens Memory
June 2009 - WUXGA and Where it Fits
July/August 2009 - Cost of Ownership Calculator
September 2009 - How to Display WUXGA on a 1080p Projector
October 2009 - Active, Passive & Active/Passive 3D
Holidays 2009 - M-Vision Series and Lens Shift
January/February 2010 - Interpreting Lens Shift Specifications
March 2010 - DP's Top Seven Tech Tips
April 2010 - Calibrating for 3D
May 2010 - Detailing Mainstream 3D Formats
October 2010 - Primer on DP's LED Projector Technology
Winter 2010 - LED Versus UHP Illuminated Projectors

Photo of the Month Archive

Click here for the 2004-2007 Newsletter Archive
Jan/Feb 2008 - Integrated Systems Europe 2008
March 2008 - DIFC Annual Event
April 2008 - Maggitti Theater
May & June 2008 - Abundant Living Faith Center
Late Summer 2008 - Alford Media
October 2008 - Oregon Shakespeare Festival
November 2008 - U.S. Navy Memorial Auditorium
December 2008 - Dollywood's "4-D" Polar Express
January 2009 - John H. Cooper School
February/March 2009 - Grammy Museum
April 2009 - Astronomy Night
May 2009 - Prestonwood Baptist Church
June 2009 - Peery's Egyptian Theater
July/August 2009 - InfoComm 2009
September 2009 - DP's Precision in Home Cinema
October 2009 - Carter Library and Museum
Holidays 2009 - Ruznak BMW Dealership
January/February 2010 - N. Atlanta Christmas Festival
March 2010 - Pro Football Hall of Fame
April 2010 - K2Imaging
May 2010 - Fela! on Broadway
June 2010 - DP is EVERYWHERE
Summer 2010 - 2010 Medical Conference
September 2010 - OSBEE Industries
October 2010 - CEDIA 2010
Winter 2010 - DP's US Headquarters Expansion

Newsletter Archive

Click here for the 2004-2007 Newsletter Archive
Jan/Feb 2008 - DP Exhibits at ISE Amsterdam
March 2008 - DPI Makes History with Product Shipping
April 2008 - DP Defines Product Availability with QuickShip
May & June 2008 - DP's Most Impressive infoComm Exhibit
Late Summer 2008 - TITAN Wins TWO Industry Awards
October 2008 - DP Launches Year Round Specials Program
November 2008 - Connect with DP Across the World
December 2008 - Looking Back, Looking Forward
January 2009 - DP to Launch Full Range of 3D Products
February/March 2009 - DP Reveals 14 Active 3D Capable Displays
April 2009 - Analysis of DP's Display Recyclability
May 2009 -DP's InfoComm Preview -- New Products, New Abilities!
June 2009 -DP's Applications Showcase at InfoComm
July/August 2009 - New Commercial Dealer Pricing
September 2009 - DP's CEDIA Show Unveiling
October 2009 - Why Every Customer Needs
to Know Their 3D Options
Holidays 2009 - Happy Holidays from DP!
January/February 2010 - New VIP 3000 Delivers Warp, Blend and More
March 2010 - 4,096,000 Pixels From a Single Projector... Really!
April 2010 - TITAN 3D and LIGHTNING 3D Receive Major Enhancements
May 2010 - Join DP at InfoComm 2010 in Las Vegas
June 2010 - DPI's InfoComm 2010 Booth -- UNVEILED!
Summer 2010 - Introducing...DP's New High-Brightness M-Vision Display
September 2010 - Digital Projection's 3D Projector Line Expansion
October 2010 - DP Announces HUGE Expansion of M-Vision Cine Product Line
Winter 2010 - DP’s Expansion is Underway!