Last year at ISE, Digital Projection unveiled what it claimed was the world’s first 8K resolution projector to feature laser illumination and DLP technology. This year, the company returns with an upgrade to the Insight Laser 8K, which now features 36,000 lumens of brightness. It uses three 1.38in DarkChip DMD chips and Digital Projection’s ColorMax for optimum colour accuracy and black levels. Target applications for the projector include medical, scientific and immersive visualisation and large venue applications. In addition to the resolution and lumen performance,
The company is also using ISE to provide a preview of its Insight 4K HFR Multi-View 3D projector. Multi-View 3D projection, the company says, is made possible by ultra-fast frame rates and high resolution. The technology allows a single projector to accommodate multiple viewers, each being tracked and each having a view of the image that remains appropriate to where they are.
Beyond visualisation applications and virtual rides in theme parks, museums are another application Digital Projection sees for the technology, for example offering a virtual tour of an ancient building or a lifelike experience of an invaluable object.