Outside of Kansas City, MO, is LifeQuest Church, otherwise known as the “Perfect Church for Imperfect People.” The church opened in 2003 and over the last 18 years has grown …
As people continue to keep a safe distance from one another, big, bright displays are essential in providing better visibility in today’s more spread-out venues and auditoriums. Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide,1 today announced its brightest projector – the Pro L30000UNL – is now available. Delivering 30,000 lumens of color and white brightness,2 it is one of Epson’s most technologically advanced projectors. The Pro L30000UNL offers native WUXGA resolution with 4K Enhancement technology3 for a high contrast, true-to-life image. It is ideal for events, rental and staging, auditoriums, lecture halls, and other large-venue applications. Compact and lightweight for its brightness, the Pro L30000UNL is a powerhouse projector that enables users to confidently project content and captivate audiences with exceptional image quality and incredible brightness.
“The Pro L30000UNL joins Epson’s extensive large-venue projector lineup, combining extreme brightness with the innovative projection technology and robust feature-sets for which Epson is known,” said Ramzi Shakra, product manager, Epson America, Inc. “We’ve included a full suite of premium features, some of which take advantage of the projector’s unique built-in cameras to make complex applications such as edge blending or stacking of multiple projectors faster and easier.”
Good news for ZeeVee, Inc. ecosystem integrators, consultants, distributors and end-users wanting to learn more about advancing imaging capabilities, including how to address elaborate multiview and video wall requirements.
On Thursday, August 27, ZeeVee will present another episode of its SIGNAL Session webinar series. It will provide a technical dive into how ZyPer4K (SDVoE) and ZyPerUHD (JPEG2000) AVoIP encoders and decoders, as well as the ZyPer Management Platform, work together to enable eye-popping multiviews, blended projection images and video walls.
by Camron Ware
I’ve been doing projection mapping for churches and events for almost 15 years now, and when a new projector comes out from one of my favorite manufacturers, I can’t wait to give it a testdrive.
We use this projector in our rental inventory when we need a smaller, lightweight projector to hang on a theatrical set piece for projection mapping, but still need all the features of a higher end model.
The Maxell WU5603 is a great work-horse projector that would serve many churches for their main worship space projectors, portable churches, churches who can’t access their projectors easily, and travelling ministries that need to carry a projector from venue to venue…..
At Grace Polaris Church, we had an interesting conundrum. We had been planning on doing a full renovation and complete overhaul of our AVL equipment (with a heavy focus on …
Optoma, the world’s leader in 4K UHD projection technology*, and Navitar, a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of high quality projection solutions, partner to offer two lenses, an interchangeable ultra long throw and a fisheye lens for dome projection, compatible with Optoma’s ZK1050 and ZK750 4K UHD high lumen ProScene projector models.
Featuring 10,000 and 7,500 lumens of brightness, respectively, and an impressive 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio, Optoma’s ProScene ZK1050 and ZK750 interchangeable lens projectors feature MultiColor Laser (MCL) technology and HDR10 for wide color gamut support to project incredible detail and color. These high-performance projectors are also equipped with a variety of key installation features, including built-in edge blending and warping, making them ideal for large venues, auditoriums, museums, houses of worship and digital signage.
Microscopic peaks and valleys don’t yield high resolution screen surfaces in today’s demanding AV applications. If you’re seeking answers to why image uniformity matters, and how optimal image quality is achieved in screen surfaces for pairings with high-resolution projectors, this webinar is for you.
June 11th, 2020 2pm EDT – Register here
In this online session you will be able to learn how to create and manage your own multi-projection projects, using Datapath’s x-Series of multi-display controllers and Wall Designer software, along with Epson’s range of Pro AV projectors. A Q&A section will follow, allowing you to discuss your bespoke AV projects with the team.
June 11, 2020 5am EDT – Register
Screen Innovations (SI) has introduced a new mounting system that accommodates the lightweight, compact form factor of SI’s Solo and Solo Pro motorized screens. The Solo Suspended Ceiling Mount System preserves the room’s aesthetic through a design-focused mounting solution that eliminates visible technology and mounting hardware.
The new Solo Suspended Ceiling Mount System follows the latest lighting and air handling trends, allowing the world’s smallest low-voltage motorized screen cassette to be mounted flush with the ceiling grid. Using the grid as the screen reveal eliminates the need for visible flush-mount trim and allows integrators to take advantage of the compact and lightweight cassette design of Solo and Solo Pro. The new Suspended Ceiling Mount System utilizes a standard threaded rod to mount the brackets to the structure above. The cassette remains completely hidden from view and the screen descends into the room through a thin opening.
Digital Projection, the Emmy-award winning manufacturer of high-performance laser projection and fine-pitch LED video wall solutions is pleased to officially launch its game-changing Satellite Modular Laser System (Satellite MLS). The keystone feature of this new, revolutionary system is the separation of the pure laser light engine, with the associated power and thermal management, to a remote location. This enables a compact and virtually silent projection ‘Head’ that primarily contains optics, video processing, and cooling related to the image modulators. Providing flexible integration options unlike anything on the market today, Satellite MLS promises to be an incredible leap forward for the AV industry.
Given the modular components that comprise the system, integrators can easily design a custom one-to-many, or many-to-one configuration between the MLS light sources and the Satellite projection Heads:
In a one-to-many configuration, a single 10,000 lumen MLS light module illuminates multiple projection Heads, equally splitting and providing matched brightness to each Head through the life of the illumination system. Intelligent control mechanisms ensure lumen matching of up to four projection Heads, while dramatically reducing system downtime for scheduled maintenance.