Demonstrated live on its ISE 2014 stand for the first time is Sony’s new Vision Presenter interactive presentation solution, which is said to offer users greater flexibility and more opportunities for audience engagement during live presentations.
By combining Sony HD controllable cameras, F-series edge blending projectors and DWZ wireless audio systems, Vision Presenter enables presenters to interact with multiple sources of content over one, large edge-blended screen and to bring corporate meetings, university lectures or big events to life.
Sony will also be showing the ability of the SRX-T615 projector (pictured) to seamlessly edge blend and tile high contrast 4K content from multiple projectors to create super-sized image displays. The projector features 4K resolution, brightness of 18,000 lumens, contrast ratio of 12,000:1, and what the company says is very high colour accuracy and image uniformity.
Reduced running costs are facilitated by the SRX-T615’s multi-lamp array, with six HPM sources in individual cartridges making lamp replacement easier and safer. Reduced risk of ‘dark screen’ lamp outages is complemented by fail-safe reliability, plus greater operating flexibility with the ability to select the number of lamps lit to meet the needs of different applications and venue sizes. Lengthened lamp-exchange cycles and reduced maintenance requirements are said to contribute further to lower running costs.
For even greater operating flexibility, the projector can be installed within +/-45º degree (up/down) and +/-10º (left/right) tilt ranges (with LKRM-U450 lamp), enabling use in a wide range of industrial visualisation and simulation applications, as well as visitor attraction applications like theme parks and museums.