Optoma will demonstrate its “revolutionary” new QUAD LED display solution, interactive flat panels (IFPDs), professional and consumer 4K UHD projectors and audio products
Optoma has revealed its product lineup for next month’s ISE show in Amsterdam, on what will be its biggest ever stand and presence at the show.
Thierry Millet, MD of Optoma EMEA, said: “ISE is Optoma’s most important platform to showcase the latest developments in display and audio technology to our customers and partners. We are excited to officially launch our new the QUAD LED display series and demonstrate our unique LED display, projection and IFPD solutions.”
Products on its stand, will include, its new “revolutionary” new QUAD series all-in-one LED display
For the first time, Optoma will demonstrate the FHDQ130 from its new QUAD series. The fully optimised 130” (2.88 x 1.62m) Full HD LED display is an all-in-one solution for a quick and easy out-of-the-box installation.
The QUAD series 4-in-1 SMD pixel format is designed to create a smoother screen surface, wide viewing angle and a more robust design. Boasting an eco-friendly <0.5W standby mode, that conforms with ErP regulations, power consumption is reduced to save energy costs.
The product has also been designed to provide a “hugely simplified” assembly process significantly reduces the installation time required – from days to hours – to dramatically reduce the total project cost. And the integrated HQUltra and media player technology eliminates the need for any additional devices associated with traditional LED solutions.
Optoma will also be showcasing its latest range of Full HD and 4K UHD LED display solutions.
This will include demonstrations of two of its fully optimised Full HD 1080p LED display solutions – 180” 2.0mm pixel pitch (FHD20422) and 136″ 1.5mm fine pixel pitch (FHD153169).
Designed, supplied and supported as a single solution, they include everything from cables to preconfigured processors. This ensures a hassle-free set-up for a truly seamless installation. They can be mounted directly onto a suitable wall without a mounting frame, which combined with front access, gives fast, low-cost installation and easy maintenance.
Optoma will also display its complete range of LED display panels – THD series. Available in 1.5mm to 3.9mm pixel pitch, they can be configured to meet any display need, allowing complete flexibility in resolution and screen size.
Away from displays, Optoma will also be demonstrating its full range of scaler-switchers for both projection and LED displays, with visitors encourages to see the high-speed switching for themselves. With HQUltra 4K image processing, they are described by the firm as delivering the “best in class” picture quality and low latency video processing. The new LS1000 LED scaler-switcher includes customisable connectivity with a modular design and features 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 scaling, four screen PiP and seamless switching.
Interactive flat panel displays (IFPDs)
A range of its new multi-touch interactive flat panels will also be on show. Boasting 4K UHD resolution and a 20-point touch-enabled display, they are hailed as bringing lessons and idea-sharing to life in education, corporate and retail settings. Available in 65’’, 75’’ and 86’’ sizes and featuring anti-glare glass, a blue light filter and a wide viewing angle, they reduce eye strain while providing crisp and vivid visuals to every seat in the room.
Finally, Optoma will also be demonstrating its new flagship ZK1050 4K UHD DuraCore laser projector
Optoma, the number one DLP projector brand across EMEA (PMA Research Q318 Worldwide Census Report), is partnering with VIOSO to showcase a large five-metre blend with four new ZK1050 4K UHD projectors. This projector featuring MCL technology (Multi Colour Laser) is the latest addition to the DuraCore range, which combines a longer-lifetime light source and an independent IP rated dust certification.
Optoma has partnered with HeavyM to highlight the almost endless possibilities provided by projection mapping. This unique demonstration will show the ease of use and flexibility of the intuitive HeavyM software coupled with the Optoma ZU1050 DuraCore laser projector.