BenQ has announced that its Colorific W1080ST projectors have been used at a major art installation in the US.
The devices were selected by visual artist and filmmaker Carmen Osterlye for his newest projection art installation, which is titled Apophany.
It will open on 25 October and will run until 18 November at The Invisible Dog Gallery’s Glass House in Brooklyn, New York.
Osterlye stated that she chose the BenQ projectors for her project because of their short-throw capabilities, as well as their "ability to authentically recreate my original colour concepts".
She added: "In addition to their brightness and HD resolution, the projectors are also extremely easy to use, allowing me to rapidly set up or adjust my installations within imaginative spaces such as The Glass House in Brooklyn without any complicated processes.
"I am grateful to BenQ for their continuous support, their HD projectors are amazing tools for the visual arts community."
Bob Wudeck, associate vice-president of strategy and business development at BenQ America Corp, stated that "stunning and impeccable colour reproduction" is vital to Osterlye's work and this is why the BenQ Colorific W1080ST projectors are such a good fit for her projects.
Apophany explores concepts of motion and perception and invites people to think about the speed the world moves.