Canon Europe used their presence at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) event last week to demonstrate how their projectors are being used by a range of partners in a variety of integrated systems, including 4D simulation, building mapping, and an interactive golf simulator.
As well as showcasing its latest installation projector, the XEED WUX5000, for the first time, company representatives worked with six of its partners in the two-storey stand in Amsterdam, to show that the projectors have uses that go far beyond simply watching films or aiding presentations.
French company, the CL Corporation showed off the 4D simulator it has constructed using two of the WUX5000 projectors. The company has assembled the two devices in a passive 3D configuration and combined them with hydraulically operated seat and other physical effects, to give users a real 4D experience.
The Sports Coach Systems Golf Simulation display showed how the company has set up a Canon SX80 Mark II projector with a range of speed and direction sensors to create a simulator that is capable of measuring a player’s skill and accuracy.
Canon’s Visual Communication Products and Solutions Director, Julian Rutland, said that they were delighted to be able to highlight the work that they are doing with their invaluable partner organisations.
“Our AV partner community bring our devices to life, creating innovative solutions for their customers, which we’re proud to be a part of,” he said. “Our stand at ISE 2012 gives us the chance to showcase their work to a wider audience and reach out to potential partners, customers, colleagues and friends.”