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Epson, the laser projection specialist, is expanding its laser projection line-up, adding six new projectors for impactful signage and experiential immersive displays.

Epson is pleased to announce that it has added six new projectors to its laser projection line-up, which are suitable for many different venues in the retail, hospitality, museum and visitor attraction sectors. These latest products incorporate dynamic 3LCD projection with new user-friendly software, allowing users to achieve creative, engaging displays with ease.

The new EB-L250F, EB-750 and EB-800 series of projectors can deliver up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free performance. They also benefit from easy-to-use software, strong connectivity and flexible installation and can be used to create immersive, borderless content onto walls, floors, ceilings and 3D objects.

Delivering clear, engaging content

“Engagement drives growth and experiences drive engagement,” says Joey Watkins, product manager, Epson Europe B.V.

“As brands look for new ways to stand out, it’s important to make the most of existing spaces and deliver clear, impactful and relevant content. Epson’s new projector line-up provides innovative, experiential signage solutions that are affordable, reliable and easy-to-use.

“From projecting timely messaging such as social distancing directions, to highlighting the latest sales promotions, or creating thrilling and mysterious experiences for diners, shoppers, tourists and visitors, Epson’s new projectors will further enhance the way customers interact with brands and products.”

This new line from Epson includes a range of ultra-short-throw and standard-throw models and ranges from 2,000 to 5,000 lumens of white and colour light output, using the company’s 3LCD laser technology and up to 1080p full HD resolution.

With the EB-L250F, EB-750 and EB-800 series, users can benefit from flexible 360-degree installation as well as several connectivity options such as HDMI, HDBaseT, built-in wireless and Miracast. In addition to this, operators are able to connect two or more displays to deploy built-in edge blending to create immersive spaces or illuminate an entire wall with one large image.

Plus, the new technology includes a the split-screen feature where users can connect multiple input sources in order to display different content simultaneously.

Easy to use solutions

The new product range is fully compatible with the Epson Projector Content Manager software and the Epson Creative Projection app for further ease of use.

By using the Epson Projector Content Manager software, users are able to create playlists using photos, videos, shape filters and effects, scheduling and saving these to external storage for cableless content playback.

Meanwhile, Epson Creative Projection provides access to many different creative elements and the Epson Creative Projection app is compatible with iOS devices. Extra features include image adjustment, point correction and the ability to project directly from the device.

The EB-800 series will be available from October, the EB-750 series will be available from November and the EB-L250F series will available from December. The range is available in both white and black.

Earlier this year, Epson also announced that its Moverio AR smart glasses are helping businesses to stay connected and work remotely, meeting the needs of a post-pandemic world.

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Charlotte Coates

Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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