A perfect case in a point is creation of an edge blended 237-inch diagonal image made by combining two laser light source projectors – the EB-L1505Us – with 12,000 Lumens brightness and WUXGA resolution receiving scaled images from two Kramer VP-792 scalars. The resultant image is approximately 2,984 pixels wide by 1,200 pixels tall.
The EB-L1505U is easily the lightest projector in its category at 23 Kg with colour light output matching the white light brightness. The unit’s installation flexibility is achieved by a slew of features that include its light weight, wide lens shift, eight optional lenses, 360ᵒ projection, powered lens, lens position memory, tool free lens replacement, Art-Net support, command emulations, rich interface choices, geometric corrections, web controls and camera calibration functions. The short throw lens with a throw ratio of 0.48 – 0.57 projects incredibly huge images at impossibly small throw distances. Reliability, the hall mark of every Epson product is stamped yet again with a 20,000 hours Laser light source life.
Ultrashort throw interactive projectors have been around for six years now, and over the years, augmentation demands from the classroom and business users have only increased. Edge blended ultrashort throw images to support built spaces with more width and less depth – meaning audience seated in more number of columns and lesser number of rows – is the latest demand. In fact, similar demands have also been coming from experience centers as well.
Apart from the EB-L1505U, Epson will also be showcasing its newly launched EB-1460Ui in an edge-blending solution using a Geobox 602 scalar to create a 161 inch diagonal image that is approximately 3,624 pixels wide by 1,200 pixels tall.
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