Panasonic has announced the launch of a new high frame rate laser projector.
The company revealed the new PT-RZ12KU laser projector at the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters Show, which is currently taking place in Las Vegas.
Panasonic claims that the PT-RZ12KU will become the world’s lightest 3-Chip DLP laser projector, with the device targeted at those needing rental and staging, sports production and digital signage solutions.
The manufacturer also announced
Optoma is the top selling projector manufacturer in both North and South America, the firm has said.
New models such as the HD26, HD141X, GT1080, HD161X, HD1009, EH200ST and HD50 have helped Optoma to assert its dominance in key markets such as Brazil and the United States.
The Q4 2014 PMA Research report showed that the firm has the number one spot in the DLP 1080p projector market.
Jon Grodem, senior director of product management, explained that there is a strong demand
New digital signage located close to Melbourne Airport in Australia has been erected as part of a clever new advertising campaign aimed at Porsche drivers.
The signage will deliver a tailored message to drivers in Porsches who go underneath the sign. Thought to be the first of its kind, the campaign highlights the flexibility of the digital signage medium. It is being driven by car recognition technology developed by a firm called oOh! along with technology business strategists, Digital
The E Ink technology - most commonly found on devices such as Amazon’s Kindle - is to make the leap to large format display applications following the launch of a new product.
E Ink Prism, which was revealed at the recent technology show, CES 2015, is aimed at users operating in indoor spaces, such as interior designers and architects. It makes use of E Ink’s bistable E Ink technology in order to provide full colour displays that are able to be programmed to form static or
Matrox Graphics Inc. has confirmed that Munich Airport has installed a giant new videowall, using Matrox M-Series multi-display graphics cards in order to power a 72-monitor flight information display system.
The airport was originally making use of an analogue system that had been in place since its opening in 1992, and showed travellers arrival and departure times on several small LEDs. The level of maintenance required by this system was no longer feasible, hence the creation of the
NEC Display Solutions Europe has announced the launch of a new large format display, the MultiSync X474HB, which is aimed at the digital signage sector.
Offering a suitable solution for high brightness environments and sunlight-readable operation, the new device boasts a 47-inch speciality LCD display that is capable of adapting to its surroundings in terms of brightness.
With brightness levels of up to 2000cd/m2, the X474HB is suitable for use in shopping windows or outdoor applications
During the 2014 InfoComm conference, projector manufacturer NEC Display Solutions presented a huge variety of new display solutions and combinations to demonstrate to the large crowd.
Included in the company's demonstration line-up was their latest 4K projection system, which combines the firm's up to date display technology with the latest projector updates to create a single control system that can control the project mapping around multiple displays and the tile-matrix display
BenQ America Corp recently announced that two of its products have been recognised at the Newbay Media Best of Show Awards at InfoCom in Las Vegas.
The company, which provides visual display solutions and is currently the top seller of DLP(R) projectors in North America, has seen the MW853UST ultra short-throw projector and BH380 digital signage bar display recognised by both AV Technology and Digital Signage magazine.
Bob Wudeck, associate vice president of strategy and business
Ricoh Americas Corporation has announced that it is offering a brand new alternative to traditional flat panel digital signage systems.
The company's newest projector-based signage system provides users with the freedom to project onto curved, conical and spherical surfaces thanks to its ultra-short-throw capabilities.
Sold as a package, the Digital Signage Solution from Ricoh contains their portable PJ WX4141N ultra-short-throw projector as well as a Lenovo computer preloaded