Christie has unveiled the world's first solid-state projector to be available at 3,000 lumens or more with the launch of its Captiva Series.
This addition to Christie's 1DLP laser phosphor projector line-up promises to deliver exceptional brightness in small spaces where silent, reliable and energy-efficient projection is paramount.
Captiva Series also boasts a 0:24 ultra-short throw lens and choice between HD (1920x1080) or UltraWide (1920x780), making it ideal for running
The Full HD BenQ W1350 offers the perfect solution for movie-lovers seeking a temporary home cinema setup, according to a top reviewer.
Michael Passingham at Expert Reviews tried out the latest model from BenQ - a projector designed to offer a portable and practical solution for those without a permanent screen or projector mount.
He found that thanks to the small 330x120x247mm chassis and a 3.7kg weight, the projector could easily be set up and stored away, regardless of how big
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.
Panasonic has launched the world's most compact and lightweight 4K+ 3-chip DLP laser projector at InfoComm 2015.
Panasonic's PT-RQ13KU, which boasts 4K+ screen resolution (5,120 x 3,200) and Quad Pixel Drive technology, has a brightness output of 10,000 lumens and contrast ratio of 20,000:1. All of these features combine to deliver extremely detailed, film-like 4K+ image quality.
The projector offers exceptional picture quality that to its pixel which is shifted both
HP is demonstrating its new Sprout all-in-one PC - a desktop with a 3D scanner and a projector attached, that promises to give users an 'immersive experience'.
Sprout PC, which is being demonstrated at a press event in Singapore, blurs the boundaries between the real and virtual worlds.
A 14.6 megapixel HP High-Resolution Camera and the Intel RealSense 3D Camera work alongside a projector that turns the 20-inch, 20-point touch-enabled mat at the bottom into an interactive
ASUS has unveiled a new projector that it claims is the first device to be able to project content stored on an Android phone via a micro USB connection.
The ASUS E1Z is described by the firm as the world’s first LED projector that can handle this task, while the projector is also able to double as a 6000mAh power bank to charge mobile devices.
ASUS explained that the E1Z projector is portable and palm-sized, with a built-in rechargeable battery allowing users to conduct presentations
The Barco DP4K-60L laser projector has been selected to be installed at a cinema in Denmark.
Digital cinema pioneer Barco's device was picked for the main premium large format (PLF) screen of Nordic entertainment company Nordisk Film Biografer's new multiplex in the Field shopping and entertainment centre in Copenhagen.
The new cinema is set to open in August and the Field is due to become one of the largest shopping centres in Scandinavia when it is completed.
The pico projector market in Europe is expected to continue to grow steadily in the coming years, according to newly published research.
A study by Research and Markets suggested that the expanding industry was valued $342.8 million (£218.7 million) in 2014.
The pico projector market was forecast to increase by a compound annual growth rate of 37 per cent between 2014 and 2019.
Pico projectors allow users to display images and videos off a portable device onto walls
Projectors made by audio visual company Christie have been used to create a spectacular display for the premiere of the new Transformers movie in Colombia.
Christie teamed up with the rental-staging company Big Videoâ for the project, which took place on the façade of the Calima shopping mall in Bogotá.
To mark the premiere of Transformers: Age of Extinction, a 65 by 20 metre area was turned into a gigantic display screen by using a series of Christie projectors.