Sony to unveil latest AV solutions at ISE 2016

Sony Professional Solutions Europe is set to return to ISE 2016 in Amsterdam to unveil a brand new DOME stand to provide visitors with an immersive experience of its latest education and corporate AV solutions.


The Sony DOME will use two of Sony's new VPL-GTZ270 SXRD laser projectors with edge blending technology to project content onto the curved interior wall of the DOME, as well as demonstrating the company's brand new short-throw projector, the VPL-GTZ1.

The world's first ultra-short-throw 4K laser light source projector, the VPL-GTZ1, is a groundbreaking device that is designed to deliver immersive 4K images in a wide range of professional environments, including theme parks, museums and shows.

According to Sony, the VPL-GTZ1 combines the brand's proven 4K SXRD technology with a laser phosphor light source to create 2,000 lumens of brightness and high resolution images of up to 147 inches.

One of the industry's most effective short-throw projectors, the VPL-GTZ1 is also beneficial to those requiring the clarity of a 4K image while enjoying flexible installation and operation from the floor, ceiling or rear of the screen. The projector's blending technology even allows multiple projectors to create a wider, more immersive projector experience.

Visitors of Sony's ISE 2016 stand will also have the chance to view the company's new Real Time HD & 4K Distribution over IP workflow technology, which enables businesses and universities to send high quality content to a variety of sources over IP.

According to Damien Weissenburger, Business Head of Corporate & Education Solutions, Sony Professional Europe, the company is pleased to return to ISE for 2016 to offer visitors an opportunity to experience the brand's new "industry-leading" AV solutions.

“It is really exciting to be back to ISE 2016 with a completely new booth to demonstrate the integrated range of solutions Sony has developed through working hand-in-hand with our partners, vendors and clients around the world," he added.

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