Technology leader Philips has joined forces with projector manufacturer Optoma to create projection technology boasting outstanding image quality.
The two companies will be showcasing the ColorSpark High Lumen Density (HLD) LED projection technology at Florida's InfoComm 2015.
Visitors to the event on 17-19 June will be treated to a demonstration of this ground-breaking projection technology.
Optoma HLD LED projectors use the most advanced LED technology to offer consistent brightness and impressive colour performance. It is able to render larger screen sizes in normal ambient light conditions, so users can leave the light on when using the projector.
Jon Grodem, senior director of product management at Optoma, said: "This technology will enable a new generation of far brighter LED DLP projectors with industry leading colour performance and accuracy.
"Current LED technology offers consistent brightness and exceptional colour performance, while maintaining its out-of-the-box image quality throughout its lifetime. HLD adds three times higher screen brightness and improved colour reproduction."
Mr Grodem said that new High Lumen Density (HLD) technology is the "solution the market has been looking for".
HLD is a new technology that uses a light guide to concentrate LED light into a very small area, boosting the light source brightness by several factors