Norway's projectiondesign will preview a range of products designed specifically for the training and simulation markets at this year's ITEC, Europe's largest Defence Training and Simulation Conference and Exhibition. The show will be held May 18-20 at London's Excel Center.
New products include the Remote Light Source projector series, which projectiondesign says will reduce cost of ownership and increase efficiencies in training simulators, as well as new image processing and unprecedented high-resolution projection displays.
Designed for applications where physical access is limited or restricted, the new FR12 Remote Light Source (RLS) series projector offers unique installation flexibility. Virtually eliminating maintenance requirements, the FR12 series promises more up-time and efficient use of visual training systems as well as a greatly reduced total cost of ownership. The FR12 series relocates the lamps from the projector to a rack-mount enclosure up to 100 ft away from the projector head. This results in a display system that makes no operating noise, and requires no thermal or airflow management. An added installation benefit is that the FR12 series can be rotated and installed in any orientation maintaining optimum performance.
ITEC visitors are encouraged to find out more about this new technology by attending the Innovation Showcase presentation taking place at 4:45pm, Wednesday May 19th, 2010 at ITEC. Anders Løkke, International marketing & communications manager at projectiondesign, will present how Remote Light Source projection technology can be used highlighting specific installation benefits and how to maximize the total cost of ownership. The Innovation Showcase is free to event visitors.
Setting a new standard in image performance, the F35 wqxga projector features Texas Instruments' new WQXGA DLP chip. The F35 wqxga features nearly double the pixel count of any competing projector, and displays the highest resolution possible from single-wire COTS IGs.
The new MIPS WB2560 warp and blend engine is the first of its kind that is capable of processing display data at speeds of up to 6.25Gbps. MIPS processors are available in two models of processing resolutions including 2,560 x 1,600 or 1,920 x 1,200 pixels. Performing at full 2,560 x 1,600 pixel processing, the more powerful of the MIPS processors integrates seamlessly with the new F35 wqxga series projectors.
Lastly, the FL32 wuxga ReaLED projector uses LED illumination to produce images at the highest possible fidelity, ideal for both day and night simulation and training. The long life LED illumination technology with patented projectiondesign optics offer an estimated 100,000 hours of low-maintenance and worry-free operation.
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