Epson has announced that they will be demonstrating a whole new range of projectors at Integrate 2018.
The flagship models for these demonstrations, the EB-L1000QNL and the EB-L20000UNL, are the driven by a 12,000 lumen 4K 3LCD laser output.
Designed for large staged events, lecture halls and digital signage installations, Epson says the projectors will display 25,000 lumens of colour and white brightness.
Both of the new projectors have the same chassis so as to fit into older infrastructure.
Backward compatibility is at the forefront of these projectors, General Manager of the Business Division at Epson Australia, Craig Heckenberg emphasised.
“These new projectors solve many of the issues commonly encountered by rental and staging companies by integrating features such as backward lens compatibility, swappable interface boards, robust and compact chassis, new tiling assist alongside geometry correction assist and edge-blending assist.”
Epson is still looking forward though, as both projectors will also support HDR, 360-degree installation flexibility and a sealed light source and optical engine to limit exposure to dirt and other particles.
Integrate 2018 will be a platform for Epson’s other release, the LightScene EV-100 Series, a projector specifically aimed at the signage and lighting sector.
Designed to be invisible, the sleek looking machine is available in both black or white and will have a 2000-lumen output, allowing it to function as both a projector or a spot light.
The form factor is intended to match curated visual environments such as showrooms, shop window displays, museums and art installations.
Integrate 2018 will also host the launch of the EB-L610U, a 6000 lumen entry level laser projector aimed at boardroom usage and classrooms. It will be designed specifically to be easy to set up and use HDBaseT, wide manual lens shift rand and built-in wireless LAN.
Lastly, Epson is bringing the MeetingMate EB-1470Ui to Integrate. This device is a full HD WUXGA touch interactive ultra-short throw laser projector which can project touch enabled interactivity on surfaces such as white boards.