Optoma has announced a new display technology for its range of 4K UHD, full HD and custom LED displays and compatible scaler-switchers.
“ISE is Optoma’s most important platform to showcase the latest developments in display and audio technology,” said Thierry Millet, managing director of Optoma EMEA. “We are extremely excited to officially announce our new LED display business and demonstrate our latest products.”
The new range of thin, 16:9 native aspect ratio 4K UHD and full HD LED displays blend into corporate, higher education, hospitality and digital signage environments. Optoma will also be offering custom sizes and resolutions. Easy to install, operate and maintain, they are designed for reliability and image quality.
The LED displays can be mounted directly onto a suitable wall without a mounting frame. Front access gives fast installation and easy maintenance.
At ISE Optoma will demonstrate its new 5 x 2.8 m (226in diagonal) full HD 1080p LED display (FHD26528). Designed, supplied and supported as a single solution, Optoma LED displays include everything from cables to preconfigured processors.
Visitors are invited to try out the company’s new LED scaler-switchers to see the high speed switching for themselves. Featuring HQUltra 4K image processing, they deliver picture quality and low latency video processing. With inputs switched in as little as 0.25 seconds.
Other solutions include the ZU1050 flagship DuraCore laser projector. This WUXGA, 20,000-lumen projector features MCL technology (Multi Colour Laser) forms part of the DuraCore range, which combines longer-lifetime light source and an independent IP rated dust certification.
Optoma will also present its BX-CTADOME lens using a 3m diameter dome coupled with the Optoma DuraCore laser ZU850. This ProScene model features WUXGA resolution and bright 8,200-lumen performance.
The ZH400UST DuraCore laser projector will be showcased, incorporated into an elevator digital signage solution created by the Schindler Group, a leading global provider of lifts. The ultra-short throw lens provides flexibility and zero shadowing, ideal for signage applications. Powered by 4,000 ANSI lumens and DuraCore laser technology, it delivers consistent high brightness for up to 20,000 hour.
The company will also demonstrate two 4K home projectors at ISE 2018 including its UHZ65 4K UHD laser and new UHD40 home entertainment. The UHD40 delivers features 4K UHD cinema quality images as well as HDR compatibility, HDCP 2.2 support and a stereo speaker.