Draper ISE Booth Is About Collaboration

At ISE 2019 Draper is exhibiting standard and custom solutions developed for and with some of the world’s leading display manufacturers. Visitors to the company’s booth are experiencing their ability to build collaborative relationships, including:

  • A new mounting structure for NEC dvLED
  • LED Mounting Solutions for Leyard and Planar TVF Series video walls
  • SmartTrim for Barco UniSee
  • SMS Smart Media Solutions for LCD displays

To demonstrate their superiority of ALR surfaces in lighted projection environments, Draper built a screen with two different surfaces seamed together—a basic white screen and a TecVision ALR surface. This comparative demonstration brings home the big difference an ambient light rejecting screen can make.

At ISE 2019, Draper also demonstrated how their Silent Partner hush box deals with the heat and resulting cooling fan noise of digital projectors.
The Silent Partner comes in three sizes designed to hold projectors from 5,000 to 15,000 ANSI lumens. A convoluted flow for exhaust air and acoustic insulation foam combine to reduce projector sound and the thermostatic fan control ensures proper projector cooling.

Draper also exhibited a motorized shade solution that can be integrated into a smart AV setup with no wiring necessary. The FlexShade Recharge is quiet enough to go anywhere and is available up to 3.66m (12’) high and 3.66 m (12’) wide. The batteries last longer and are more powerful than those in other systems. They recharge from a 110V or 240V outlet or an optional solar panel.

Of course, Draper is here.

Jacob Blount

About Jacob Blount

Jacob is the Special Projects Manager at rAVe [Publications] overseeing rAVe [NOW] (rAVe's trade show operations); leading projects ranging from web design, mobile application build-to-launch, information-technology implementations and digital design and development; and creating on-time, opinionated editorial content for our readers.

  • Scott Blankenship

    That’s the wrong Draper link…

    • Sara Abrons

      Fixed — thank you!