We round up recent technology innovations in large-venue projectors from manufacturers including Barco, Canon, Christie, Digital Projection, Epson, Optoma, Panasonic, Sharp NEC, and Sony.
“New Acquisitions,” an exhibit at Morristown, NJ's Morris Museum, features paintings imbued with action by way of video from Epson projectors.
Epson’s director of product management for commercial displays Mark Roslon discusses the power of projection in post-pandemic times.
Epson is shipping seven new compact laser projectors designed for large venue applications, including what the company claims are the world’s smallest and lightest 10,000 lumen projectors.
Epson is introducing the BrightLink GoBoard wireless collaboration and integrated whiteboard solution for enhanced lesson plans and student engagement.
Epson is now shipping eight new PowerLite laser projector models ranging from 5,200 to 7,000 lumens of equal color and white brightness.
Epson’s Mark Roslon will deliver the afternoon keynote at this Thursday’s AV³ event. He’ll be speaking about the transformative power of projection. In the virtual exhibit hall, Epson will showcase its latest laser projector solutions designed to transform spaces and objects, increase engagement and collaboration, and support larger-than-life experiences.
Extended reality technologies have been in use for decades, but pandemic-related flux is inspiring commercial stakeholders to reassess XR’s potential.
Epson has introduced the ELPLX03 ultra-short-throw lens, designed for use with the Pro L25000U2 and Pro L30000U pro projectors.
Epson has introduced three new business projectors—the EX5280, Pro EX7280, and EX9230—designed for hybrid and corporate workspaces.
Epson has released its newest LightScene 3LCD laser projector designed for creating experiential and digital signage displays for visitor attractions, museums, galleries, and retail environments.
As segments of the economy slowly reopen, projection mapping is expected to regain momentum thanks to its incomparable wow factor and creative potential.
The EB-PU1000 series includes 6,000-, 7,000-, 8,500- and 10,000-lumen variants offering WUXGA resolution with 4K enhancement, HDR, and advanced installation features.
Epson has expanded its PowerLite laser projector line with eight compact models aimed at the education and digital signage markets.
Epson has announced the availability of the Pro L30000UNL, its brightest projector to date with 30,000 lumens of color and white brightness.