It might still feel as though the year has barely begun, but already the projection world is
A plethora of innovations was revealed at this year’s BETT and ISE conferences and it is clear from the products unveiled that education technology is continuing to flourish.
In fact, this year’s ISE event saw ‘edtech’ (yup that’s the lingo) gain a category of its own, allowing manufacturers to host dedicated stands. As the sector expands, we’ve taken a closer look at some of the trends that emerged from BETT and ISE to highlight what to look out for in 2017.
Amber Technology has announced the launch of two new projectors from Digital Projection, an award-winning high-performance projector manufacturer.
Each providing 12,000 lumens of brightness, the two projectors offer a WUXGA resolution and are each developed to install in a range of environments and situations.
The first of the new projectors, the HIGHLite
Leven’s Regent Cinema in Fife is to receive new digital projection equipment as a result of a deal that has been struck between the venue and Film Mobile Scotland.
The five year partnership will see the small venue become able to show films that rival some of the major cinemas in the area from the second week of April. The venue will also be offering National Theatre and West End shows, as well as ballet, opera and concerts to its visitors.
The cinema – which has just celebrated its
Projector manufacturer Digital Projection has unveiled its latest projector, the HIGHLite Laser 12k, at ISE 2014.
The device, which is the first laser projector to provide an output of 12,000 lumens, is expected to retail at $45,000 including lens when shipping begins in 2014.
According to Mark Wadsworth, international marketing manager for Digital Projection, the HIGHLite 12k can run for 20,000 hours before
Digital Projection, a manufacturer of high performance projection systems, has announced the launch of the world's first production high brightness 12,000 lumens laser projector.
The HIGHLITE Laser 12k delivers 12,000 lumens of brightness combined with 20,000 hours of stable solid-state illumination, reducing the need for maintenance, which is often required with traditional lamp technology.
The brand new