Large spaces need projectors that can shine more light over more space onto bigger screens to reach more people. So if you’re looking to pull off an engaging and impactful conference, lecture or meeting, you’re going to need the right technology for the job.
Here’s a look at some of the challenges of projectors in large spaces and our recommendations for the best technology to overcome them.
Getting projectors to work at their best in office environments has always been trickier than in a home cinema. There tends to be a whole lot more natural light in your office or meeting room then there is in your lounge. And since projectors and natural light are not the best of friends, this has the potential to cause some difficulty.
Luckily, in recent years, the best projectors for offices have been getting steadily brighter and brighter, meaning the amount of natural light they can contend with continues to grow.
In recent years the demand for laser projection has increased dramatically across the industry. Now, no brand is more in demand than laser projection market share leader, Panasonic.
As the first brand to launch 4K digital cinema projectors, Sony has been instrumental in the technology’s development from movie theatre magic to home cinema installations.
Even now, the company is still driving the technology forward and currently has 4K digital projectors rolled out in some 15,000 cinema screen around the world. This dedication to ultra high definition (UHD) on the big screen only aids its development of home-based technology, and has helped to cement the brand’s place as the leader in this growing sector.
This ever-growing brand
It might still feel as though the year has barely begun, but already the projection world is rife with new projectors as this year’s innovations hit the shelves.
We’ve taken a look at
Vivitek has announced the launch of two new large venue laser projectors, the DK8500Z and the DU8190Z.
Sony has announced the expansion of its Z-Phosphor laser light source projector range following the introduction of
Laser technology is still the new kid on the block when it comes to projection systems, but this relatively recent industry development is far from the underdog. In fact, the technology advancements included in new laser systems make lamp projectors look practically outdated.
Traditionally, projectors use lamp technology to create white light. This light is then filtered into red, green and blue, before being projected onto the screen as white light. On the other hand, laser technology uses (you guessed it) lasers to create red, green and blue light, which is then directly projected as
A university in New York is using projector technology to deliver premium lectures and seminars to its students.
St. John’s University is using Sony laser projection as its classroom technology standard, utilising a range of the firm’s laser projector models.
Since the Sony projectors were installed, students and faculty have experienced improvements in colour quality, brightness, speed and ease of the projectors’ operation, it was reported.
St John’s said enhancing its teaching and learning environment is a “long-term priority” with technology improvements an “integral p
Global projector firm Barco has announced it is adding two flagship high-contrast laser projectors and five laser phosphor projectors to its laser-illuminated cinema projector portfolio.
According to the industry leader, the new collection of devices aims to provide a selection of projectors capable of delivering the latest in projector technology to a wide range of screen sizes, ranging from small cinema screens to premium theatre screens.
Among those suitable for small and large cinema screens are both 2K and 4K laser phosphor devices, which offer the benefits of reduced total