Digital Projection Launches Maintenance-Free 10,000 Lumen Laser Projector
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Digital Projection Launches Maintenance-Free 10,000 Lumen Laser Projector

By bypassing regular lamp replacement cycles, DPI says almost all costs related to the HighLite Laser projector are incurred at time of purchase.

By CP Staff
March 7, 2014 5:40 pm EST

Topics: Industry Buzz, Tech Buzz, Video, Product Announcements, Video,
Tags: IMAG, projectors, video,

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Digital Projection International (DPI) announces the launch of the HighLite Laser WUXGA 3D, which the company describes as the world’s first production, high-brightness laser projector. The new HighLite Laser delivers a 10,000 lumens from a stable solid-state light source, capable of producing over 20,000 hours of illumination. Available in the WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) resolution, the HighLite Laser WUXGA 3D will begin shipping in June, 2014.

Developed with a ‘Set it and Forget it’ directive, the HighLite Laser is designed to allow installers and end users to enjoy minimal maintenance throughout the lifetime of the display. Lamp replacements are eliminated due to the solid-state laser illumination system. By bypassing regular lamp replacement cycles, DPI says almost all costs related to the HighLite Laser are incurred at time of purchase. This key characteristic allows the HighLite Laser to have a much lower cost of ownership over the lifespan of the display. Venues looking to produce a compelling visual experience will realize true cost-saving benefits through the HighLite Laser’s advanced illumination technology.

Read CPM's First Impression of the Digital Projection HighLite Laser WUXGA 3D Projector (visit link)

Combine the exceptional bright, long-life illumination source with a host of other precision features, and DPI says the HighLite Laser offers a projector solution that’s perfectly suited to a diverse range of professional venues. Image edge blending is included as standard, along with advanced geometric warp correction. Additionally, active 3D functionality with frame rates up to 144 Hz is included. Dual HDMI 1.4, DVI and 3G-SDI inputs enable the latest high speed video delivery. HDBaseT connectivity further augments the HighLite Laser’s input options, allowing for the transmission of uncompressed high-definition video over a Cat5e/6 LAN cable. A diverse selection of both fixed and zoom lenses, with throw ratios ranging from 0.77:1 to 6.76:1 and extensive lens shift, ensure that integrators and endusers have complete flexibility with respect to projector placement.

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You had me at "Laser"

By Shaun | March 07, 2014



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