Optoma will give a live demonstration of its new 3D-ready projector and the PK102 pico pocket projector – successor to the PK101 – at this year's Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) trade fair.
Kicking off in Amsterdam tomorrow and running until 4 February (Thursday), Europe's number one show for professional AV and electronics systems integration will also showcase the full capability of hi-res imaging as represented by the EH1020.
"Using the inherent speed of Optoma projector technology, the new 3D range will output video and images at an astonishing rate of 120Hz, producing full-screen, full-colour, stereoscopic 3D," a spokesperson said of Optoma's latest product selection, adding that 3D glasses will be available to visitors keen for a demonstration of "the full immersive experience".
Also making its European debut, the PK102 features a built-in media player and 4GB of memory, leading Optoma to dub it "a truly portable all-in-one projection solution" in enabling the transfer and storage of photos, movies or PowerPoint presentations onto the projector.
ISE 2010 will further feature live demonstrations of Optoma's EX525ST short-throw projector and EW766W widescreen WXGA device, while Barco, Casio, Sanyo and Hitachi will also be on hand to demonstrate their latest projector innovations.