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From classrooms to conference spaces, seminar rooms to studios, Digital Projection technology has been at the heart of the pro-AV industry since 1996. A digital imaging pioneer, we’ve been at the forefront of driving innovation in display technologies for four decades, developing cutting-edge, award-winning projection solutions for pro-AV venues of all sizes and budgets, including offices, convention centres, broadcast studios and higher education institutions.

WHY PROJECTION?

High-end, DLP projection technology is the logical choice for pro-AV venues where accurate colour fidelity, a compact, unobtrusive equipment footprint, and high-brightness, high-resolution imaging are at a premium. Compared to LED or LCD screens, Digital Projection projectors offer the ultimate in colour reproduction and image quality while blending into their environment, giving users the space to study, learn and unleash their creativity, free from technological distractions.

DLP projection also has proven benefits for users’ optical health, reducing eye strain compared to flat panels (due to softened white and blue light) – while the high fill factor of DLP images provides the necessary visual acuity in applications where the viewer is required to be close to the screen.

NEITHER SEEN
NOR HEARD

The unique modular design of Digital Projection’s Satellite MLS separates the light source from the projector head, making it ideal for locations – such as lecture theatres, boardrooms and broadcast sets – where bulky, obtrusive AV set-ups are a non-starter.

Additionally, because the light source can be housed up to 100m away (in an AV or server room, for example), only a small, unassuming projector head is needed at the projection location, virtually eliminating noise and heat. Unlike rival products, Digital Projection’s patented solutions gift pro-AV venues the sound of silence – letting your lecture, presentation or TV/film project speak for itself.

With its groundbreaking Satellite MLS projection system, Digital Projection makes high-end RGB laser illumination – which offers the widest colour gamut, most consistent illumination and lowest maintenance requirements of any projection technology – accessible at a cost-effective price point for the first time.

For pro-AV businesses with more limited budgets, the company also offers its high-performance, high-brightness 3-chip projectors at a 1-chip price point – while even its single-chip products, such as the new E-Vision 10000i, include features usually reserved for higher-end 3-chip products, such as source redundancy, brightness sync and auto white-balance correction. Additionally, all laser projectors offer a much lower cost of ownership compared to traditional lamp-based products by eliminating the need to replace the bulbs.

With a wide range of projectors, there really is a Digital Projection product for any budget. Put simply: Digital Projection products offer the biggest bang for your buck, now and into the future.

NEXT-GEN
TECHNOLOGY

Digital Projection’s next-generation electronics platform, Nexus, is designed to deliver the most advanced image processing to all Digital Projection products, from the flagship 3-Chip DLP TITAN Laser 47000 projector to the budget-friendly 1-Chip E-Vision 8000i.

Nexus offers users enhanced, multi-functional image processing technology, with de-interlacing, scaling, warping and edge blending all combined in a single chip. This means that all signal processing is undertaken in one location, minimising delays which introduce latency.

Nexus additionally boasts support for HDR (SMPTE ST2084(PQ) and HLG) and Art-Net, 10-bit colour processing (30 bits per pixel), and onboard image quality control with full-gamma colour management. Also key is its ability to accept dual input signals up to 4K-UHD; these are independently processed, meaning they can accept the most advanced signals in a chain.

The Nexus platform is currently available on the TITAN Laser 47000 WUXGA and 41000 4K-UHD, M-Vision 27000 WU and 24000 WU, and E-Vision 10000i WU and 8000i WU, with more projectors set to be added soon.

BY YOUR
SIDE

With more than 30 years’ industry experience, Digital Projection and its multi-disciplined team has unmatched insight into the needs of our customers.

When trusting the co-inventor, with Texas Instruments, of DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology, you’re also trusting the company who brought the world’s first 3-chip DLP projector to the market in 1997. As a digital imaging pioneer, Digital Projection’s groundbreaking projection R&D has garnered the admiration of industry professionals, including the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which awarded the company not one but two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development – the first and only projector manufacturer to win the highest industry distinction.

With offices across Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Australasia and dedicated in-country account managers, Digital Projection offers industry leading international service and support, both pre- and post-sales. Its expertise and dedication to customer service has been recognised with countless accolades, including awards from Sound & Video Contractor, AV Technology, Systems Contractor News, Commercial Integrator and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (the Emmys).

Jhansi Fortress in India

The projection-mapped sound and light show at India’s 17th-century Jhansi Fort, the first of its kind, features Digital Projection TITAN Laser 33000 4K-UHD projectors.

Partner: PAN Intellecom

“The TITAN Laser 33000 4K-UHD projector’s true reproduction of colours made life easier for the content and creative team, who had a huge challenge to deliver uniform colours on a facade with stones that have lost their colour in an uneven fashion over a period of time” — Sankalp Srivastava, PAN Intellecom

“We had a very good experience in working with the Digital Projection team – they supported us on every aspect during the tendering stage, as well as the execution stage” — Aman Arora, Magical Theatre

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Reconstructing Michaelsberg Abbey

Digital Projection’s Satellite MLS system with Multi-View helped reconstruct the 1,000-year-old Michaelsberg Abbey for Deep Fakes: Art and its Double, an interactive exhibition in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Partner: EPFL Pavilions

“The Satellite MLS unit works like a dream – with remote support from Digital Projection, it was up and running in half a day. The public also adore it. They recognise the difference; it’s like nothing they have seen before”
— Prof. Sarah Kenderdine, EPFL Pavilions

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Pompeii, the Grand Palais in Paris

For Pompeii, the Grand Palais in Paris used 31 Digital Projection E-Vision Laser projectors to immerse visitors in the dramatic eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

Partner: ETC Onlyview

“The quality and performance of the projectors is excellent, and visitors are both impressed and amazed by the immersive dimension of the exhibition made possible by the projectors” — Roei Amit, Réunion des Musées Nationaux – Grand Palais

“Digital Projection’s assistance was integral throughout the project. The projectors worked perfectly for the work required, and they also helped train the ETC Onlyview staff on how to use them” — Laurent Segelle, ETC Onlyview

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Digital Projection scores an ippon…

Digital Projection’s TITAN laser projectors brought the projection mapping power for the opening ceremony of the African Judo Championship in Cairo. The opening show of the 45th edition of the championships was held in Cairo Stadium indoor halls complex from 25th to 28th April, where top African judokas battled for places in the Paris Olympics, created a festive atmosphere with dance performances and projection mapping show.

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Digital Projection and Artabesk move…

Nearly 60 Digital Projection laser projectors, including 46 TITAN Laser 37000 WU and 13 M-Vision 23000 WU, were behind the most dazzling displays at the recent Sharjah Light Festival in the Emirate of Sharjah, UAE.

The 12-day festival, now in its 13th year, showcases the history, heritage and architecture of the eponymous emirate with a mesmerising carnival of lights, colours and music.

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Satellite MLS steals the show…

Digital Projection’s paradigm-shifting Satellite Modular Laser System (MLS) is taking a starring role in Le Mime et L’Étoile – a new theatrical spectacle that uses cutting-edge AV technology to transport audiences back to the Belle Époque at the famed French theme park Puy du Fou. The show already scooped a number of international accolades including Most Creative Theatrical Production at the IAAPA Honors 2024 and Best New Show at the 2023 Golden Ticket Awards.

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M-Vision lasers take Astra Film…

Digital Projection’s super bright 1-Chip DLP M-Vision laser projectors delivered an unparalleled cinematic experience to Astra Film Festival visitors at the end of 2023.

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Digital Projection and Artabesk map…

Italian luxury fashion house Bulgari recently relied on the power, brightness and reliability of Digital Projection’s TITAN and M-Vision range to give Dubai’s iconic Gate Building a serpentine makeover in celebration of the 75th anniversary of its Serpenti iconic collection.

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The Cube at Virginia Tech…

The Cube at Virginia Tech Fosters Exploratory Teaching Practices Via Advanced AV Including New Modular Projectors from Digital Projection

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