A world leader in laser projection, Digital Projection will unveil two brand new products at next month’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2018 in Amsterdam.
The British company’s tenth year at ISE is set to be its ‘biggest and best yet’ with highlights that include the world’s first 8K laser projector and a brand new Radiance LED video wall.
According to Digital Projection, the INSIGHT Laser 8K Projector will be the world’s first commercially available DLP® laser 8K projector and sets a new benchmark in the industry. It provides an ultra-high 8K resolution (7680 X 4320) of 33-million pixels through 25,000 ANSI lumens of solid-state laser-phosphor illumination. This makes it both low maintenance and the ultimate solution for venues looking to wow audiences with truly immersive experiences that demand large-scale imagery.
A continued commitment to innovation
Expanding the company’s offering beyond projection, its new Radiance LED panels combine bright and vivid imagery with a wide 160-degree viewing angle. Offering full HD 1080p imagery and Ultra-HD 4K, they are ideal for visitor attractions and rental entertainment applications.
“We’re excited to be celebrating a decade of presence at ISE with two fantastic new product launches to enhance and expand our already successful range,” confirms Chris Axford, International Sales & Marketing Director from Digital Projection.
“The INSIGHT Dual Laser 8K demonstrates our continued commitment to innovation in the solid-state laser projection space – setting an industry standard once again, while the Radiance LED video wall solution uses our expertise in display solutions and channels it into new technologies.”
To find out more, visit the Digital Projection booth, Hall 1 Stand F70, at Amsterdam RAI, 6-9 February 2018.
Aside from its own stand, Digital Projection’s products will also be powering stands across the show floor. Among these, the company’s INSIGHT 4K Dual Lasers will power the AV Stumpfl stand (1-H5, 1-H10), whilst the Navitar booth (2-A40) will feature a HIGHlite Laser projector.