Each year, the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) conference is held in Amsterdam. The event always features a stunning line-up of new announcements from some of the biggest names in tech. And this year certainly didn’t disappoint.
With headline-grabbing projectors confirmed from the likes of Sony, Panasonic, Canon and NEC – there’s a lot here to get excited about.
The Projectorpoint team were on the ground, doing our bit to get round the stands and seek out the new projectors worth paying looking out for. Two things caught our eye: the preva
It’s coming to that time of year when we reflect on everything that’s happened over the last 12 months and look forward to what we’ve got in store over 2018. And in the world of office projector technology we’ve had much to celebrate.
Last week we cast our crystal ball over home cinema projectors. This week it’s the turn of office projectors where we’ve also seen some fantastic examples of previously exclusive and expensive technology being released at increasingly accessible prices.
There's a very good reason for this: 4K is has become an essential technology, both in the home and the workspace.
Despite this, many companies still struggle to justify the extra expense. If you're considering investing in a new projector this year, read
Technically, 4K has been around since the early 2000s, when manufacturers began transforming cinemas with the introduction of 4K projectors.
But take up was slow to begin with and it’s taken even longer for 4K content to make its way from the big screen into our homes. For home cinema fans, this was undoubtedly a frustration, as the 4K content question hung over projector purchases.
Fast forward to 2017, however, and this question mark is a distant memory. Here’s why.
Cinema is the
Last week we focused in on the latest trends in the business projector market. This week it's the turn of home cinema.
So just what do we expect from a home cinema projector in 2017? Read on for a closer look at some of the latest trends.
4K projectors are without a doubt the hottest thing in the home cinema projector market at the moment.
Manufacturers from around the world have long worked to deliver 4K resolution at an affordable
The fast-paced business world is constantly evolving, impacting on our working practices and style. Our technology choices reflect how we cater to these changes.
So what are the latest trends in business projectors? Are manufacturers keeping up with the latest developments and demand? And how have things changed?
Business is about moving quickly and working efficiently. While there was a time when setting up a dark room to ensure clear, readable projections was an option (indeed the only option), fast-moving modern corporate environments just don’t allow s
The global projector market is set to grow by at least 10 per cent in the next four years, with the corporate sector leading the way. We’ve taken a look at why projectors are becoming the must-have technology across professional and home markets alike, and why the UK isn’t quite keeping pace with the global market.
The volume of the global projector market is set to grow by 9.41 per cent during the next four years. This is according to figures from the recently released Global Pro
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
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.
One of the most notable trends that spanned both the BETT and ISE events was an increased e