Epson has teamed up with the nonprofit organisation TED to make use of PowerLite® Pro Z8455WU WUXGA 3LCD installation projectors at global events.
TED, which is dedicated to “Ideas Worth Sharing', invites some of the world's most fascinating people, including technology geniuses, business gurus and education radicals, to speak to a global audience. The talks are then put online and are available to all, on demand, free of charge. TED talks have been viewed around two billion times.
This year's event, 'TED2014: The Next Chapter', will be held in Vancouver, Canada and will make use of Epson's projectors to share its talks with the audience.
Sean Gunduz, senior product manager, projectors, Epson America, said: “As a leading provider of large venue, installation projectors, it is an honour for Epson to be a part of TED2014.
“Epson is committed to offering the most innovative solutions and with capabilities like built-in edge blending and 360-degree projection, the PowerLite Pro Z8455WU projectors deliver the ultimate projection experience ideal for conferences like TED”, he added.
The Epson PowerLite Pro Z8455WU projectors meet TED's advanced projection and video streaming capabilities, offering 7,000 lumens of colour brightness and 7,000 lumens white brightness2, along with two HDMI inputs.
The devices also comprise a HD-SDI input which allows for long-distance, high-definition broadcasts for video processing, as well as a dual-lamp design which boosts performance, reliability and image quality.