During a statement announcing their return to the event, the brand stated that the new projection device was built on cutting-edge laser and 4K UHD technology, featuring a single DLP chip for a more efficient and smooth performance.
The development of 4K technology in projectors and TVs has prompted a number of manufacturers to present new 4K devices in a bid to keep up with recent trends, and Optoma's display will not be the only company t showcase the latest 4K technology.
Sony's "immersive" DOME stand will also appear at ISE 2016, featuring the brand's own take on the 4K revolution. Using their brand new VPL-GTZ270, the Sony stand will present a 'Beyond Definition' themed stand featuring the market leading visualisation and simulation projector, the ultra short throw 4K laser light source VPL-GTZ1.
In a bid to compete with a number of leading global manufacturers, Optoma will also present a number of alternative 4K offerings at ISE 2016, including the lamp-less ultra short throw interactive projector. This state-of-the-art device features an aspect ratio of 2.6:1 and allows users to simultaneously display two 4:3 images side by side, making it the ultimate gaming solution.
Another Optoma offering set to unseat the competition is the company's latest development in next-generation signage displays and retail solutions. These brand new digital signage solutions make use of laser phosphor projectors to enable flexible installation featuring greater colour and brightness than ever before.
The stand will also play host to Optoma's NuForce sound range and home entertainment projection technology, which have been developed to take the home cinema experience to a new level using convenient and efficient projection technology.