Epson Launches Dedicated Projector Website for the HOW Market

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To help faith-based organizations get started, Epson has launched a new webpage that includes resources dedicated to assisting the faith-based community in selecting the right projector solutions for their space and provide support long after installation. Providing end users with access to special pricing, Epson also introduced the Faith-Based Organization Projector Pricing Program to help make the most out of their technology budget. Additionally, the program offers assistance in connecting faith-based organizations to dealers and distributors in their area and online training and resources. Visit the new webpage to view available resources and download a copy of the special program pricing.

With a range of projectors available, from portable to interchangeable lens options with up to 30,000 lumens and various key features, the following are a few things to consider when looking for the right solutions to fit your faith-based display needs.

  • Consider the Room: Using the industry-standard brightness measurement of lumens, today’s projectors offer an extensive range of options. When determining the number of lumens needed, three key factors come into play — the size of the room, the size of the display and how much light is present while projectors are in use. You also don’t want to go too bright in a smaller space, as this might impact the experience for attendees if the brightness is too overwhelming. Epson’s projector lineup offers an extensive range of lumen levels with 3-chip, 3LCD technology to deliver crisp image quality and outstanding color brightness in virtually any lighting environment. Epson’s throw distance calculator has a brightness and contrast guide to pick the best projector for the space and its lighting conditions.
  • Content Matters: The type of content that will be displayed is also an important element when deciding the best projector solution for your space. In rooms with higher ambient lighting conditions or larger screens, depending on where the audience is viewing content from, higher resolution and color light output will play an important role. If projectors are going to be used for more simple presentations, perhaps in worship center classrooms, choosing a lower resolution and lower lumen option would be appropriate. The ease of content design and management is also an important factor to consider. Some projectors today offer built-in creative tools and easy-to-use apps for seamless content swapping and to help empower creativity — even for the less tech savvy. Plus, free software tools allow for control and management of multiple projectors and today’s edge blending and image stacking can be automated with built-in advanced features and optional accessories such as the attachable PixAlign camera.
  • Aesthetics and Ambiance: In today’s diverse and varied faith-based settings where a smaller church structure may play an important role in the overall tranquility of services, or a larger warehouse provides a gathering space with louder, upbeat services, it’s important for display technology to be adaptable and flexible across different environments. Projectors can easily blend into virtually any room and project onto a wall, screen or 3D object. And unlike bulky flat panels and LED walls that are most often permanently installed or inconvenient to move, projectors allow users to regain space when not in use. From portable powerhouses to state-of-the-art models capable of ultra-large, experiential displays, projectors offer a simple display solution with the capability to easily customize and configure display aspect ratio and display size settings to accommodate different worship venues and content.
  • Low Maintenance and Adaptability: Keeping budget in mind, the ability to adapt and withstand various space conditions over time with less maintenance is important for display technology. Projection provides an affordable portable solution that can be moved and used within different rooms or spaces, rather than being bound by a frame. In recent years, the shift to laser technology and more compact solutions, along with easier installation and swappable lens options, have impacted the projector market. Projectors today are designed to be more adaptable across differentspaces and built with professional-grade reliability to provide peace of mind knowing the projector won’t disrupt services or leave anyone in the dark.