Optoma to unveil Home Entertainment projectors at ISE 2017
Optoma will showcase all its latest Audio-Visual developments with a number of unique projection demonstrations at ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) 2017.
Among other things, Optoma will be showing its new range of home entertainment projectors to include the new 4K UHD resolution UHD60 and the GT1080 Darbee with DARBEE Visual Presence technology built-in.
Created for movie fans, the new Optoma UHD60 projector delivers the ultimate in home cinema, says Optoma, combining true 4K UHD with what the company describes as ‘excellent colour depth, crystal clear detail, and sparkling contrast.’
Billed as being ideal for gaming enthusiasts, the new GT1080 Darbee short throw projector is the successor to the popular GT1080e, offering 1080p resolution, Rec. 709 colour, dual HDMI ports, 3,000 lumens of brightness, and a 25,000:1 contrast ratio. The Optoma GT1080 Darbee features a new Enhanced Gaming Mode with a 16ms response time (we’re not sure if they mean pixel response or input latency here) while the integrated DARBEE Visual Presence image enhancement technology brings its own flavour to proceedings.
ISE will also provide visitors the opportunity to see Optoma’s new flagship ProScene model, the ZU850. This WUXGA dual-colour laser installation projector featuring MCL technology (Multi Colour Laser) forms part of the DuraCore range which combines longer-lifetime light source and an independent IP rated dust certification.
Four ZU850 8,000 lumen projectors will be dual stacked each producing an impressive 16,000 lumens, with content mapped onto irregular shapes and surfaces to create a visually striking display that's designed to create the ‘wow factor’ for visitors. While it’s not a product designed for home use, some of the technology could trickle down in to the domestic range.
The 14th edition of ISE, taking place at the RAI Amsterdam between 7-10 February 2017, is expected to attract more than 65,000 visitors to more than 1,100 exhibitors.
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