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New projectiondesign Products at EXPO

Norwegian manufacturer, avielo by projectiondesign, will be showcasing its new products and technology innovations at its biggest booth yet in this year’s CEDIA EXPO. The company will also host regular technology and innovation presentations at the booth inside a giant dedicated home theater throughout the EXPO.

Making its US debut at CEDIA EXPO 2009 is avielo kroma, the first home theater projector to use projectiondesign’s RealLED technology, based on solid-state LED illumination. The RealLED light source is designed to provide a wider and more consistent color gamut with rich color rendition. RealLED illumination stays consistent during its entire lifetime — typically in excess of 100,000 hours — ensuring that customers enjoy a long product life that is virtually maintenance-free.

The avielo kroma also offers an environmental benefit. Not only does its RealLED light source use less power than conventional projectors, it is also free from hazardous materials such as mercury.

The avielo helios is the three-chip DLP flagship of the avielo range, which is capable of delivering stunning colors, brightness, and contrast to screens up to 300 inches wide, according to the company. The product exhibits technological advances such as RealColor advanced color management and projectiondesign’s own proprietary built-in Advanced Color Optical Processing technology (ACOP), which enables REC709 and P3/DCI-compliant color space accuracy.

“The pace of innovation is always high at projectiondesign, and we’re very excited about bringing our hottest new developments to Atlanta,” projectiondesign’s international marketing and communications manager, Anders L¯kke, said. “The avielo kroma sets new standards in color, contrast, cost of ownership, and environmental benefits, while our avielo helios is, quite simply, the ultimate home theater projector for the most discerning and enthusiast user.”