Projector specialist Vivitek is aiming to capture a segment of the lucrative demand for projectors in the Indian education sector by showcasing a range of its newest device at a major Indian trade show.

The premium high-end brand is currently displaying a selection of its projectors at the BITA 2011 show held in Vadodara, Gujarat. The show is part of a not-for-profit effort to bring the world's top electronic technology to the rapidly developing west of India.

The director of Vivitek India, Hemant Agarwal, said that the west of India, and the state of Gujarat in particular, were home to many of the country's top educational institutes, and that the demand for projectors was growing rapidly.

"At Vivitek, we thrive to offer innovative products to attract entirely new markets as well as products to thrill the existing markets by adding greater value to digital multimedia experience," he said.

Models that the brand is pushing at the event include the D5, D7, D8 and D9 ranges. The D7 series, in particular, is aimed specifically at the education market. The 3D-ready D795WT has outstanding lamp life, brightness and connectivity options, while the Vivitek D832MX has features high contrast, HDTV Compatibility as well as VGA output.