Here’s What Digital Projection is Doing at ISE 2024

Here’s What Digital Projection is Doing at ISE 2024

At ISE 2024, Digital Projection, a Brand of Delta, 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,” the company says 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.

Features usually reserved for high-end 3-Chip products, such as source redundancy, brightness sync and auto white balance correction, complementing an 9600 lumens and 20,0000:1 dynamic contrast, make this one of the most capable, flexible Single-Chip DLP projectors on the market today, according to Digital Projection.

The company says the Satellite MLS has proved “incredibly popular” over the last few years and has seen a demand for even more brightness and efficiency. To satisfy this request from customers, Digital Projection has launched 20,000 and 30,000 lumen Modular Light Sources to complement the  original 10,000 lumen light source. The company says this makes installations easier than before by removing the need for “many-to-one” fibre configurations, giving more flexibility.

Also on show for the first time in Europe is the new Titan family of projectors. Launched at InfoComm in the summer of 2023, the 3-Chip power-house projectors have also had a complete platform redesign, according to Digital Projection.

The company says the new TITAN 41000 4K UHD and the M-Vision 27000 WUXGA are packed with capabilities, including “unprecedented brightness, vibrant colour rendering, a more compact footprint and improved, market-leading efficiency for exceptionally bright, accurate, lifelike images for a wide range of commercial environments.”

Digital Projection says 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.”

Built into the TITAN 41000 4K UHD (3840×2160) projector chassis are several technologies that Digital Projection says make it a choice imaging solution for higher-end large venue applications, such as auditoria, performing arts centres, visitor attraction venues, houses of worship and rental and staging.

The company says the new TITAN family is a “huge leap forward over the popular current models,” with many aspects completely reimagined and re-engineered for efficiency and size. The new model is 15% more efficient when measuring the lumens-per-watt output than the current TITAN. Add to this the extended 40,000 hours illumination lifetime in ECO mode and the dust-proof, filterless design, the TITAN is “designed to run with minimal fuss in 24/7 environments.”

The company says the extra power and capability have also been engineered into a much more compact chassis, meaning it is 27% brighter, 13.3% smaller, 7.4% lighter and 3dBA quieter than the current model.