Digital Projection recently demonstrated two of their industry-leading LASER projectors at the 4th annual Pacific Northwest Consumer Electronics Expo (PNWCEE).
The 12,000 lumen, lamp-free INSIGHT 4K LASER worked in conjunction with a Stewart Studiotek screen and Kaleidescape Strato 4K media server to deliver a captivating visual experience in Seattle on May 17. The multi-faceted, all-purpose E-Vision 8500 LASER, also paired with a Stewart screen and Kaleidescape Strato player, engaged hundreds of attendees in the main demonstration room.
For the first time ever, CEDIA-certified instructors taught three courses. Courses included “Everything You Wanted to Know About 4K But Were Afraid to Ask” as well as “New Briefing Technology,” both taught by CEDIA fellow Michael Heiss.
In addition to the compelling product demonstrations and training, Jason Knott of CE Pro presented a “State of the Custom Electronics Industry” keynote. Mr. Knott focused on data specific to dealers in the Northwest, along with average labor rates and salaries.
Special thanks to DPI manufacturer’s rep Ambassador Marketing for their efforts in creating this opportunity to entertain and educate integrators in the Northwest.
More about the INSIGHT 4K LASER:
The INSIGHT 4K LASER’s remarkable brightness leads to beautiful detail and image stability. These features make it a perfect match for elite home entertainment, professional, simulation, precision signage and large-screen applications. No lamp replacements are needed with the 20,000 hours of illumination life and nearly all tilt configurations are possible. This is the crème de la crème of the projectors on the market today.
More about the E-Vision 8500 LASER:
With Fit and Forget technology the E-Vision 8500 LASER was created with minimal maintenance and installation ease at mind. Just like the 4K LASER, the E-Vision 8500 offers 20,000 hours of illumination. It also comes equipped with a remarkable 8,500 lumens. This is the perfect projector for an end-user who wants something efficient yet exciting.