Projector and audio brand Optoma, will be demonstrating their world’s first 4K LED High Lumen Density (HLD) projector, an upgrade from the 1080p LED HLD projector, launched in June last year.
Optoma are exhibting at the ISE 2016 show from 9th-12th February at the RAI Exhibition Centre, Amsterdam, where visitors will enjoy an array of products alongside the new projector, including corporate and education collaborative solutions, retail digital signage solutions, and a F1 racing car simulator.
Justin Halls, Optoma’s Head of Visual System Solutions & Technical Services said, “Optoma is always striving to embrace new technology and engage in bespoke installations and projects. HLD technology will enable a new generation of far brighter LED DLP projectors with industry leading colour performance and accuracy.”
The DLP 4K UHD solution delivers full 4K UHD resolution and its single-chip DLP design avoids alignment issues to deliver precision without ghosting.
In the corporate and education zone, Optoma’s Product Management team will showcase their ultra-short throw product range, the ZH300UW, including the finger-touch interactive model; and in the retail zone, Projection Artworks will demonstrate Optoma’s LED and laser DLP projectors in their daylight-visible window displays.