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Digital Projection Shows New High-brightness Projectors at ISE 2024

The E-Vision 10000i WU boasts a newly upgraded electronics platform that shares much of its functionality from the Titan series.

At ISE 2024, Digital Projection, a Brand of Delta, is introducing of one of its most advanced laser projectors to date. The all-new E-Vision 10000i WU boasts a newly upgraded electronics platform that shares much of its functionality from the flagship Titan series. Totally redesigned from the bottom up, this new E-Vision platform maintains its reputation of exceptional reliability for everything from classrooms to projection mapping, but with a host of new features.

Digital Projection Titan and M-Vision projectors

Features usually reserved for high-end 3-chip products, such as Source Redundancy, Brightness Sync, and Auto White Balance Correction — complementing 9600 lumens and 20,0000:1 dynamic contrast — make this one of the most flexible single-chip DLP projectors on the market today.

Satellite MLS Gets New Light Sources

The Satellite MLS has proved popular over the last few years and has seen a demand for more brightness and efficiency. To satisfy this request, DP has launched 20,000- and 30,000-lumen Modular Light Sources to complement the original 10,000-lumen light source. This makes installations even easier than before by removing the need for “many-to-one” fiber configurations, giving more flexibility. The new fibers with a decreased diameter and higher light transmission efficiency also mean that, when coupled with the new light sources, offer a large reduction in the system cost. These new features make this cutting-edge technology even more accessible than ever before while maintaining its near REC2020 color-space.

Also, on show for the first time in Europe is the all-new Titan family of projectors. Launched at InfoComm in the summer of 2023, the 3-chip projectors have also had a complete platform redesign.

The new TITAN family of laser projectors delivers up to 47,000 lumens at WUXGA and 41,000 lumens at 4K-UHD resolutions and both models incorporate Digital Projection’s ColorBoost +Red Laser technology, which utilizes red laser alongside the traditional blue laser phosphor system to display brilliant, vibrant colors.

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