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Five new projectors announced

No fewer than five new projection systems are being launched at ISE 2017 by Digital Projection.

On the company’s stand is a 4.5m-wide 4K projection wall, using the company’s new INSIGHT Dual Laser 27,000 lumen solid-state projector with a native contrast of 2,000:1. It is 3D-capable, offering both sequential and dual pipe formats. Dual flash processing and dark time insertion are said to offer greater flexibility and comfort when projecting in 3D, and the system can be synchronised for active glasses. Featuring ColorMax for large-scale imaging, alongside scaling and edge-blending, the INSIGHT Dual Laser can be controlled via the Projection Controller PC application.

Digital Projection is also extending its HIGHlite series to provide a 4K option. The HIGHlite 4K-UHD is a 3-chip DLP system with 12,500 lumen brightness and a native 2,000:1 contrast ratio. It also features in-built geometry correction for maximum flexibility.

The company notes that its projectors can be found throughout the show floor. Integrated with Wings Engine Raw 8K super media servers, a number of Digital Projection INSIGHT 4K Quads are featured on the AV Stumpfl stand.

The Navitar stand is using a HIGHlite Laser projector, while the Calibre stand is projecting with four HIGHlite projectors. dnp is taking advantage of the E-Vision 6800, and Stewart has a Digital Projection E-Vision Laser 8500, a projector that is also being used on the Wyrestorm stand.
Stand: 1-F44