The integration of advanced solutions, realized with its global partners, is the core of the Epson booth at ISE 2018.
Epson announced the LightScene EV-100 Series, a new type of projector that expands the company’s presence in the signage and lighting sector. With a sleek, low-noise design, available in black or white and created to blend into the background, the 2,000-lumen WXGA EV-100 can work as either a projector or a spotlight without distracting viewers from the subject.
The LightScene EV-100’s unobtrusive design is ideal for curated visual environments such as retail showrooms, shop window displays, museum exhibits and art installations, where minimal visual clutter is key. It can be used to provide information, show video or moving patterns, and even projection map imagery onto small objects. Epson’s flexible laser technology gives the EV-100 a huge variety of mounting options – it can project from any angle, and can be ceiling-mounted, floor-standing or attached to a lighting track¹, all without requiring specialist installation or set-up. It is also capable of projecting in portrait, and multiple units are capable of edge blending for larger displays. The LightScene EV-100 is supplied with Epson Projector Content Manager Software, which allows single or multiple playlists to be easily loaded via SD Card and changed using remote control by employees, with no need for a computer. The software also allows you to add overlay effects including colour and shape filters to permit tinted and irregularly-shaped images, as well as creating and editing playlists, timetables and custom filters.
Epson also chose ISE 2018 to showcase two new 3LCD laser installation projectors, including the EB-L12000Q, the industry’s first 12,000-lumen native 4K 3LCD projector, and the EB-L20000U, Epson’s first model in the popular compact 20,000-lumen WUXGA installation projection sector. These projectors are designed to expand Epson’s line-up in the high-end AV rental sector, and to be used at events, festivals, visitor attractions, large auditoriums, trade shows and shopping centres, as well as for corporate and educational purposes. The EB-L12000Q and EB-L2000U share the same casing – a light, compact design that makes them easy to integrate into existing infrastructure. Both models are also compatible with the same 4K-compatible lenses used by Epson’s EB-L1000-Series projectors, so introducing 4K into your installations needn’t require the additional expense of replacing lenses. Both models also support HDR. Installation is made easy not just by the compact casing, but also by a design that means these projectors can be installed at and project from any angle, including portrait. A built-in camera allows remote diagnostics and set-up, and can be used in conjunction with Epson’s new Professional Projector Tool software to set up multiple-unit installations, and take advantage of advanced techniques such as edge blending and projection mapping. Additionally, interchangeable interface boards mean greater flexibility and futureproofing for as yet unreleased interfaces and transmission standards.
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