Laser projection specialist Digital Projection will launch a total of four new projectors across three ranges at this year’s InfoComm (6 – 8 June, Las Vegas, USA) – including what it claims to be the brightest 3-Chip on the planet.
Housed on booth C2018, the new additions will include: the TITAN Laser 37000, M-Vision Laser 21000, E-Vision Laser 13000 and E-Vision Laser 11000 4K-UHD.
Alongside the projectors themselves, the co-inventor of DLP technology will also unveil two new innovations: IP60-rated 100 per cent sealed optics as well as its proprietary ColorBoost + Red Laser technology – an intelligent processing innovation to deliver the most accurate colour reproduction, bringing performances ever closer to that of 3-Chip DLP projectors.
TITAN Laser 37000
The “impressively bright and powerful” 37000, has been hailed by the manufacturer as the brightest ever 3-Chip DLP laser phosphor projector to the market, boasting 37,000 Lumens.
Due to take centre-stage on DP’s stand, the compact 3700 is ideal for large-venue applications, where bright, pin sharp images are required.
The 3-Chip DLP projector boasts the very latest in connectivity, including DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0 and HDBaseT, and is packed with features such as Constant Brightness Control and DMX Art-Net compatibility.
The 37000 also boasts 100 per cent sealed optics, as well as utilising liquid-cooling with radiators to remove energy to the outside environment. Its optical system – from the laser light source up to the lens – is completely sealed and rated at IP60. This ensures that light output and colour performance will not be degraded due to the ingress of dust.
“While the sealed optics and laser phosphor technology already minimise maintenance, the system is also liquid-cooled via a radiator heat exchanger to create a filter-free projector, bringing it to a virtually non-existent cost of ownership,” the firm said in a statement.
M-Vision Laser 21000
Also launched on stand C2018 will be the Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 21000, E-Vision Laser 13000 and E-Vision Laser 11000 4K-UHD. These new models complete the comprehensive single-chip projector range already available from the British manufacturer, with the added benefit of IP60-rated sealed optics and a built-in colour boost technology.
The ‘budget sensitive’ M-Vision Laser 21000 WU boasts an unprecedented 20,000 lumens output and a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, and provides a near 3-Chip performance at a 1-Chip price point.
The lamp-free, laser-phosphor projector is charged with ColorBoost + Red Laser technology to provide the most realistic and saturated colours at, what the firm claims to be “previously unimaginable” luminance levels.
The 21000 is suited for use in Venues needing a powerful yet budget-conscious large-format imagery solution without sacrificing on colour accuracy, as well as those contending with ambient light. Its DisplayPort accepts frame rates up to 60 Hz and HDMI 1.4b for Side by Side, Frame Packing & Top Bottom 3D formats. Motorised shift, zoom and focus across the whole lens range offer extra flexibility and ease of setup.
E-Vision Laser 13000 WU
The E-Vision Laser 13000 WU is an update to the ‘robust, compact and reliable’ E-Vision Laser 10K, which went on sale last April (2017).
The 13000 WU has been updated with all-new ColorBoost + Red Laser technology as well as 100 per cent sealed optics. Borrowing advanced graphics processing from Digital Projection’s flagship 3-Chip projectors, the E-Vision Laser 13000comes as standard with HDMI 1.4b, Display Port and HDBaseT connectivity, while accepting both commercial and domestic 3D signals.
It also features projector automation, central control via a PC based application as well as edge blending and geometry correction.
E-Vision Laser 11000 4K-UHD
The final model to be launched, the 11000 boasts increased brightness at 10,500 Lumens alongside 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160), this maintenance-free laser phosphor projector is also IP60 rated thanks to its 100 per cent sealed optics.