Digital Projection, a specialist in LED laser projectors, exhibited at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2020 in Amsterdam, where it highlighted its latest technology.
Digital Projection is pleased to report that it had a successful visit to ISE 2020 in Amsterdam this month. The team showcased a range of the company’s latest technology, including the groundbreaking Satellite Modular Laser System (MLS), which has never before been shown in the EMEA region.
The MLS offers a selection of simple building blocks, allowing users to address a wide range of applications. It is suitable for several types of project, from single projector installs to compete, multi-channel domes, caves and simulators.
What makes this technology unique is that the light source, with its associated power and thermal management, has been separated and is in a remote location. This means that the small, compact projection ‘Head’ only contains the minimal optical and video processing.
In addition to the Satellite MLS, the company also showcased more of its innovative products at the show. This included two of its MulitView setups, which were located on the ‘VR at ISE’ section of the trade show floor.
This Multi-View 3D projection allows a single projector with ultra-fast frame rates to accommodate several viewers. Each of these is tracked and maintains a view of the image while changing positions. The system means that users can see and interact with each other, allowing for collaboration.
Furthermore, the company highlighted the INSIGHT Laser 8K, which is the first commercially available 8K DLP Laser projector, as well as its E-Vision, M-Vision and TITAN range of DLP Projectors, shown alongside a 4K resolution RADIANCE LED Wall, with a 1.2mm Pixel Pitch.
Digital Projection also recently used its M-Vision Laser 18K to create a video mapping showcase for St Stephen’s Cathedral in Passau, Germany.