Canon U.S.A., Inc. will showcase its Pro AV Compact Installation LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) projector category at InfoComm 2015.
Vivitek’s new D735VX projector uses the latest DLP technology and projects at 3,200 ANSI lumens with BrilliantColor technology and a fivesegment color wheel. The new unit also has a snap-off keypad that can be removed and stored in a safe location to discourage theft or unauthorized removal of the projector. With a full 3W onboard speaker and zoom lens, the D735VX is perfect for the classroom or auditorium.
Canon Pro AV Compact Installation LCOS projectors are a new multimedia projector category that combines the picture quality of larger installation projectors with the convenience of portable models.
(www.classpacpro.com) announced the introduction of CLASSPAC, a configuration/design tool intended to bring together top technologies for classroom audio, video, and IP control integration. As part of CLASSPAC control, Aurora Multimedia includes the WACI (Web Accessible Control Interface) control system and touch-screen or button interfaces. Among the selections, CLASSPAC base systems include CAT5 wall input plates, wireless microphones, audio amplifiers, speakers, cables, and display mounts. Additional CLASSPAC partner products include lighting controls, thermostats, audio and video playback systems, projectors, projection screens, and more.
The Toshiba TDP-F10U LED Projector (explore.toshiba.com) is a palm-sized mobile projector weighing in at just 1.4 pounds. The TDP-F10U LED projector is built with an energy-efficient, lamp-free LED light source and delivers 100 lumens of brightness. The projector’s native SVGA 856 x 600 resolution and contrast ratio of 1,000:1 displays clear images and easy-to-read text anytime, anywhere. Connect options include one computer input, composite video, one SD card slot, and a USB port. Other features are an auto adjustment of the input signal from a PC, digital zoom, keystone correction, whisper-quiet operation, and a remote control.
NEC Display has announced two new portable short-throw projectors, the NP500WS and the NP600S. The NP500WS, a wide-aspect ratio projector, features 1,280x800 native resolution at 2,100 lumens, while the NP600S provides a 1,024x768 native resolution at 2,600 lumens. Each has a contrast ratio of 600:1 and provides up to 4,000 hours of lamp life. The NP500WS and NP600S projectors work well with whiteboards and create a 77-inch diagonal image from just three feet, ten inches. In fact, either can be mounted on the wall directly above the screen or whiteboard. The integrated RJ45 connection provides quick connection to the LAN and ECO Mode technology, which increases lamp life to as much as 4,000 hours while lowering power consumption and reducing noise.
Canon U.S.A., Inc., announces two new installation projectors, the SX6000 and the WX6000.
Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today unveiled its REALiS 4K500ST Pro AV LCOS Projector which delivers 4K resolution of 4096 x 2400, up to 5000 lumens* and Canon’s LCOS Technology with AISYS-enhancement for brilliant, high-brightness and detailed image reproduction. The REALiS 4K500ST also offers a Genuine Canon 4K lens and a robust collection of advanced professional setting features, including Marginal Focus which helps ensure content projected on the peripheral portions of domed surfaces remains in focus.