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The future of projection
An app developer has unveiled a solar-powered projection solution designed to provide an education for one billion children in Africa.
Onebillion, a not-for-profit developers and publisher of educational apps, found a way of transforming Optoma’s ultra mobile LED ML750e projector into a tool to educate hundreds of pupils in a classroom.
Working with Cambridge-based engineer Chris Moller, onebillion installed the projector in a sturdy case with an Apple TV media streamer and
Vivitek's Qumi Q5 LED pocket projector has been described as perfect for "work, travel or play" in a recent review.
Island Packet gave Vivitek's smallest ever projector a rave review, praising it for its compatibility, portability and cost efficiency.
The manufacturer boasts that the Qumi Q5 is the first pocket projector to be 3D-ready via DLP Link - a claim supported by technology writer Gregg Ellman, who also praised the projector's ease of use.
Hitachi has previewed its first-ever LED projector, featuring an exclusive crystal-based engine to achieve more than 3,000 lumens of brightness.
The world leading digital media group said its new projector answers growing demands for image quality with a low total cost of ownership. With 20,000 hours of expected operating hours without any lamp exchange as well as impressive image quality, its LED platform certainly seems to fulfil this demand.
Hitachi’s newly developed crystal-based
Award-winning projector manufacturer Digital Projection International (DPI) has revealed its latest creation, the world's brightest LED projector.
The INSIGHT 4K Dual-LED, which boasts 3,000 ANSI lumens, was unveiled at InfoComm 2015. DPI promises that thanks to advanced LED technology, its new model offers unbeatable brightness and colour performance.
In the past, LED projectors have struggled to offer the same image quality as regular models, but the INSIGHT 4K Dual-L reportedly
LG Electronics has unveiled the Minibeam Nano (Model PV150G) - its smallest, lightest and cheapest projector to date.
The Minibeam Nano is built with portability in mind. At only 270 grams, the projector is lighter than your average paperback book, while its built-in wireless connectivity makes it easy to project content from a mobile device.
It may be small but this miniature projectors boasts an enviable number of features. As well as connecting to smartphones and tablets, the