Optoma to Showcase Advanced Projection Technology at InfoComm 2014
Fremont, CA April 22, 2014
Optoma, Technology, Inc., an award-winning developer of projection technology will showcase a variety of innovative projection solutions at InfoComm 2014. InfoComm is the largest and most comprehensive trade show in the industry for audiovisual communications, featuring the latest technologies for audio, video, display, projection, lighting and staging, digital signage, and much more. Optoma has been a proud exhibitor at InfoComm for over 15 years. Visit our booth in the North Hall, number N726 and check out the latest in projection technology.
Panoramic Curved Screen Display
For a real “Wow” effect, look up to the top of the booth at two massive dual vision curved screens featuring eight TH7500-NL ProScene projectors utilizing unique blending technology developed by Optoma. With dual channel edge blending processors, you can significantly reduce the cost of operation and automate a process that normally takes hours to configure.
Ultra Short Throw TouchBeam Interactive Demo
Optoma’s next generation interactive technology, TouchBeam, mimics the function of an interactive whiteboard by projecting an image on any flat surface. Combined with our current generation W307UST Ultra Short throw, show attendees will experience the TouchBeam’s 10 point multi touch effects as they become part of the presentation and interact with the display using just a finger or a stylus pen.
Auto Edge Blending:
Watch a live demonstration of the Optoma GB-200 Dual Channel image processor as we automatically seamlessly edge blend two ProScene EH503 1080p projectors with just a few clicks on the computer... The Optoma GB-200 is a powerful, intuitive image blending and warping processor that provides the ability to merge overlapping edges of two or more projected images creating a seamless single image cost effectively.
Another powerful use for the Optoma GB-200 is demonstrated by stacking two EH505 ProScene Projectors to double the image brightness without significantly increasing the installation cost. With warp adjustment, you can achieve any conceivable brightness. Image stacking permits flexible installations and greater redundancy as an image can be displayed without interruption while swapping lamps.
With the move of Digital Signage into the mainstream, the underlying enabling technology has to be affordable, reliable, and easy to use. Three examples can be seen using the Optoma ML1000p, ML750 and ZW212ST – all powerful yet portable projectors with an LED light source that lasts the life of the projector.
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