Optoma 4K Ultra HD and Laser Projectors at ISE 2016

World's first single-chip DLP 4K Projector

by Mark Hodgkinson Dec 21, 2015 at 11:19 AM

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    Optoma 4K Ultra HD and Laser Projectors at ISE 2016
    Optoma has just sent word that they will be showing their first ever laser and DLP 4K UHD projectors at ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) 2016.
    The show runs from 9th to 12th February 2016 at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam where Optoma will demonstrate their new products, including ultra-bright lamp-less laser projection.

    Optoma’s Head of Product Marketing, Justin Halls, said: “We are excited to unveil our latest developments in projection technology. We will have an advanced gaming solution within our professional installation zone along with innovative retail and next generation signage displays. We will also be showcasing our first 4K UHD projector. Right now you only see premium format cinema screens using this technology. We are the first DLP projector manufacturer bringing 4K technology to the home consumer market."

    Optoma’s stand will have demonstrations including a 4K UHD projector using single chip DLP technology; a new 1080p ultra short throw home entertainment projector which can produce 100-inch images on any wall, with the projector placed just 30cm away and a lamp-less, super-wide, ultra-short throw interactive projector with an aspect ratio of 2.6:1 enabling two full resolution 4:3 images to be simultaneously displayed side-by-side

    A wide product range will be on display for the business, education, professional installation, retail and home entertainment markets. Optoma’s latest range of NuForce consumer audio products will also be on show.

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