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Projection and Screens

Compound Photonics Likely Freaked Out Texas Instruments' DLP Team with 14mm 4K Resolution Chip Launch

31 May 2016 | Gary Kayye | Projection and Screens
Compound Photonics Likely Freaked Out Texas Instruments' DLP Team with 14mm 4K Resolution Chip Launchby Gary Kayye, Founder, rAVe Publications At Display Summit China, Compound Photonics introduced what it is calling the world’s smallest native 4K imaging device, measuring only 14 millimeters diagonally and featuring pixels smaller than three microns. Continue reading...

Ushio Signs Deal with Vue for Sony Projectors

29 May 2016 | Bob Snyder | Projection and Screens
Ushio Signs Deal with Vue for Sony Projectors Ushio, manufacturer of Xenon lamps, and Vue cinema group establish a strategic partnership. Vue International (Vue) is the largest cinema group in the world outside of the US and the largest cinema group in Europe (spanning ten countries with 209 Continue reading...

Global Projector Value Drops 3X Faster than Unit Sales

18 May 2016 | Roger Douglas | Projection and Screens
Global Projector Value Drops 3X Faster than Unit Sales Futuresource Consulting says the global projector market’s value decline rapidly outpaces the sales volume – leading the consultant to express its fears that certain vendors will struggle to maintain a presence in the mainstream market. In Q1 2016 Continue reading...

Acer F7 Series: Large Venue Projectors with Interchangeable Lenses

29 April 2016 | Roger Douglas | Projection and Screens
Acer F7 Series: Large Venue Projectors with Interchangeable Lenses Acer celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2016 as one of the world’s top 5 PC companies. But you may not realize Acer is also the world’s third largest projector brand (PMA 2015Q4 Worldwide Projector Census). In a pro AV industry that tends to sneer Continue reading...

Projecting a New Dining Experience

29 April 2016 | Bob Snyder | Projection and Screens
Projecting a New Dining Experience We generally think of visual mappings as vast projections onto buildings, viewed by crowds at large public events. Now one Belgian-based company demonstrates there’s a market for small-scale visual mappings for smaller groups of people—and maybe a wh Continue reading...

Tempest Launches 4th Generation Projector Enclosures

29 April 2016 | Bob Snyder | Projection and Screens
Tempest Launches 4th Generation Projector Enclosures Does your customer need salt fog filtering for its projectors? That got your attention. Seven years of technological evolution culminates in Tempest’s fourth generation of projector enclosures that safeguard valuable projectors from environment. Continue reading...

Ricoh’s Next Generation of Ultra-Short Throw

29 April 2016 | Bob Snyder | Projection and Screens
Ricoh’s Next Generation of Ultra-Short Throw The new Ricoh PJ WX4152NI and RICOH PJ WX4152N projectors feature images that have 160% higher contrast and are 200 lumens brighter for better viewing in environments with ambient light. Users can share presentations and digital signage anywhere, Continue reading...

Christie’s New GS Series Laser Phosphor Projectors

29 April 2016 | Roger Douglas | Projection and Screens
Christie’s New GS Series Laser Phosphor Projectors Adding to their 1DLP line-ups, Christie introduces four new affordable premium performance ultra-quiet GS Series laser phosphor projectors, including two HD models with BoldColor Technology, in a compact package for discreet installations in venues Continue reading...

Recreation of Moscow Projection to Prolight + Sound

04 April 2016 | Roger Douglas | Projection and Screens
Recreation of Moscow Projection to Prolight + Sound Panasonic recreates the world’s largest-ever projected image at Prolight + Sound 2016. The highlight of the Panasonic stand will be a reproduction of the Circle of Light festival projection where over 100 Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 projectors created a 1 Continue reading...

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