Here are the key highlights of both ultra-short throw multimedia projectors LV-WX300UST and LV-WX300USTi:
- Projection in small rooms with limited space as they are capable of projecting an 80 to 100 inch, crystal clear image from just 28cm away from the screen.
- When fitted on the wall or ceiling, the ultra-short throw capabilities reduce the chance of presenters being impacted by glare from the projector and minimises the risk of shadows on the screen while presenting.
- Weighing just 5kg, they are easily portable.
- Both models feature WXGA (1280×800) resolution.
- Two HDMI ports for connecting global devices.
- Produce 3,000 lumens for extremely bright and clear images.
- Up to 8,000 hours of lamp life when run in Eco mode.
- LV-WX300UST is available from March 2015.
The LV-WX300USTi is the Interactive model which also includes the following highlights:
- An built-in camera allowing up to four infrared pens to be used simultaneously with the device.
- The camera also allows interaction and control of projected information by touch.
- The drawing software helps customers make the most of the creative interaction features.
- LV-WX300SUTi will be available from May 2015.
Canon launches two new ultra-short throw multimedia projectors
LONDON, 12 March 2015 – Canon Europe, world-leader in imaging solutions, today announces the launch of two new LV portable projectors – the LV-WX300UST and the LV-WX300USTi. These new projectors have been designed to meet increasing global demand for portable ultra-short throw projectors – in particular in the business and education markets – to help enhance learning and communication.
The LV-WX300USTi is the full specification, interactive model with an in-built camera allowing up to four infrared pens to be used simultaneously with the device. The camera also allows interaction and control of projected information by touch and the LV-WX300USTi comes with drawing software to help customers make the most of the creative interaction features. Canon has also made the ultra-short throw projector available to customers without interactive features in the LV-WX300UST.
The LV-WX300UST and LV-WX300USTi are an ideal solution for projection in small rooms with limited space as they are capable of projecting an 80 to 100 inch, crystal clear image from just 28cm away from the screen. Furthermore, when fitted on the wall or ceiling, the ultra-short throw capabilities of the LV-WX300UST and the LV-WX300USTi reduce the chance of presenters being impacted by glare from the projector and minimises the risk of shadows on the screen while presenting.
Weighing just 5kg, the two new models are easily portable while still offering a range of advanced features and image quality. Both models feature WXGA (1280×800) resolution and have two HDMI ports for connecting global devices and produce 3,000 lumens for extremely bright and clear images. The new projectors also offer impressive efficiency, with up to 8,000 hours of lamp life when run in Eco mode.
Colin Boyle, European Product Marketing Specialist, Canon Europe, says: “Many customers, particularly in the education sector, are looking for truly interactive experiences that will improve learning and the communication of information. With the LV-WX300UST and LV-WX300USTi, we can meet this demand with the high image quality that you expect from Canon.”
The LV-WX300UST is available from March and the LV-WX300SUTi will be available from May 2015.
Digital Light Processing® (DLP®) is a display device based on micro-electro-mechanical technology that uses a digital micromirror device.
Texas Instruments’ DLP® technology enables innovative optical solutions that disrupt existing end equipment and create new markets. The DLP chip, or Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), is an array of micromirrors that can be used for high speed, efficient, and reliable spatial light modulation. Not only a leader in consumer projection, DLP is redefining industrial, medical, telecom, security, and many other applications.
The following video presents How DLP Technology Works:
- Video explaining DLP technology, including how a digital micromirror device (DMD) works, and its capability for the developer to create products for applications such as 3D measurement, machine vision, 3D scanning, spectroscopy, chemical analysis, wavelength analysis, 3D printing, interactive display, intelligent lighting and more.