Canon Launches Realis Wux500st, Wux500st D Pro Av Lcos Short Throw Projectors

Canon launches REALiS WUX500ST and WUX500ST D Pro AV LCOS Short Throw Projectors with Outstanding Optical Lens ShiftAppealing to a wide range of markets and applications including higher education, museums and galleries, corporate, simulation and training, digital signage, and medical education and training, Canon today announced two new LCOS Projector models to its REALiS lineup – the REALiS WUX500ST Pro AV LCOS Projector and the REALiS WUX500ST D Pro AV LCOS Projector. These short throw projectors feature a 0.56:1 throw ratio which helps enable 100-inch diagonal projection from less than 4 feet away from the projection surface, which offers an alternative option to the brightness loss experienced with lenses used on some long throw projectors.

Sony Brings To The Market New High Brightness, Full Featured E-series Projectors

Sony brings to the market new high brightness, full featured E-series projectorsSony is expanding its line of 3LCD portable projectors with seven new E-series models, 4300lm to 3100lm with a choice of XGA and WXGA resolutions for the education and corporate markets. The new projectors are ideal for B2B applications including mid-sized classrooms and meeting rooms, and where popular display solutions prove unsuitable due to budget constraints and/or where larger image size is needed. The new range underlines Sony’s commitment to deliver stunning image quality, enduring brightness and low running costs to meet customers’ needs.

Sony Broadens Its Line Of Laser Light Source Z-phosphor Projectors Vpl-phz10, Vpl-pwz10

Sony Broadens its Line of Laser Light Source Z-Phosphor Projectors VPL-PHZ10, VPL-PWZ10Sony is expanding its range of laser light source (Z-Phosphor™) projectors by introducing two new LaserLite™ models aimed at making laser technology more cost-effective for the installation market. Designed for commercial applications, including classrooms and meeting rooms, the new VPL-PHZ10 (WUXGA) and VPL-PWZ10 (WXGA) projectors bring the benefits of laser technology — image quality, color reproduction and virtually zero-maintenance — to customers who previously may have only been able to experience lamp-based projection.

Sony Laser Projectors At St. John’s University

Sony Laser Projectors at St. John’s UniversityFor St. John’s University, enhancing the teaching and learning environment is a long-term priority, and technology improvements are an integral part of that goal. The University turned to Sony laser projection as its classroom technology standard, using a combination of Sony laser models. Since the Sony projectors were installed, students and faculty have experienced improvements in color quality, brightness, speed and ease of the projectors’ operation.

Discovering Particles With Sony Laser Projectors

Discovering particles with Sony laser projectorsSony is the technical partner of the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci in Milan for the permanent exhibition, “Extreme. In search of particles”.
The stunning quality of Sony´s 3LCD BrightEra VPL-FHZ57 laser projectors is being demonstrated in interactive multimedia installations, offering visitors a visually immersive and engaging experience to unlock some of the secrets behind particle physics research.

Sony 4k Laser Projectors At Houston Museum Of Natural Science

Sony 4K Laser Projectors at Houston Museum of Natural ScienceThe Burke-Baker Planetarium, at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, is a world-renowned facility emphasizing education as much as entertainment. They needed a new projection technology to keep up with their non-stop schedule of visitors and school groups, making guests feel like they’re actually on a spaceship or inside the human body.

Sony New Laser Projectors Deliver Image Quality

Sony New Laser Projectors Deliver Image Quality in the “Sweet-spot” Brightness Range with Quietest Operation in its ClassSony is broadening its line of laser light source (Z-Phosphor™) projectors in the mid-brightness range with three new models between 4,100 and 6,000 lumens. The new models are the VPL-FWZ65 (6,000lm WXGA); VPL-FWZ60 (5,000lm WXGA); and the VPL-FHZ57 (4,100lm WUXGA).

Epson To Launch 3lcd Business Projectors

Epson to launch 3LCD Business Projectors Epson announced today that it will launch 3LCD Business Projectors this year.The three Epson projectors, which include the world’s first-ever 25,000-lumen 3LCD projector, are also the first to include inorganic 3LCD panels with a laser light source including an inorganic phosphor wheel.

Casio Releases Eight New Laser & Led Projectors

Casio  Releases Eight New Laser & LED ProjectorsCasio Computer Co., Ltd., announced today that it will expand its affordably priced*1 Core Series lineup of industry-first Laser & LED light source projectors by adding three new models featuring a 1.5X optical zoom lens. The company will also release five new Advanced Series projectors that offer superior scalability at an affordable price.*2

Nec : Installation Flexibility Of High End Projectors Comes To Businesses, Schools

NEC : Installation Flexibility of High End Projectors Comes To Businesses, SchoolsProjectors for conference rooms and classrooms don’t often have features like horizontal and vertical keystone correction, horizontal and vertical lens shift, networking capabilities and wireless control. If they did, then systems integrators and designers wouldn’t feel like they were trying to fit a square peg in a round hole during installations. But that’s about to change.

New Jvc D-ila Projectors Significantly Increase Brightness

New JVC D-ILA Projectors Significantly Increase Brightness & Add 18Gbps HDMI/HDCP2.2 CompatibilityJVC announced a new line of custom installation projectors with models that are nearly 50 percent brighter than current JVC projectors. Two (2) FULL SPEED 18Gbps HDMI inputs with HDCP2.2 provide connection to the latest 4K UHD sources with support for up to 4096 x 2160 resolution, including HDR and 4:4:4 color sampling. Additionally they deliver highest in-class brightness and the industry’s highest native contrast ratio.