DLP products has a long history of projection innovations starting with their first mainstream projector introduced in 1996 to the industry's first ultra short throw, lamp free, 1080p projector introduced in 2014. DLP technology features unique innovations that can ensure precise color and outstanding readability to benefit multiple markets, including education, business and consumer electronics.
Today, DLP technology is recognized worldwide for its high reliability, high brightness and low cost of ownership. DLP technology is definitely in a class by itself.
DLP technology is the leading projection display technology for the smallest hand-held projectors to the largest movie theatres screens Everyday, people are also choosing DLP technology for classrooms, conference rooms and home theaters.
In a competitive world, you want the best technology tools in the classroom; technology that offers distinct advantages for teachers and students.
DLP technology has been offering differentiated advantages for years and continues to raise the bar through innovations that expand instructional reach for teachers and can lower the total cost of ownership for schools at the same time.
We work in a wireless, seamless, digital, instant-access world of technological wonders that have transformed the way we communicate.
Many businesses seek to implement the latest projector technology to enhance presentations and provide a reliable tool for everyday use. DLP projectors are helping overcome the "technology gap".
Movies and TV will take on a whole new level of WOW! With the lighting fast speed of the DLP chip, video is smooth and cinema-like.
Fast action video is sharp and clear without motion blur. Imagine Full HD with razor-sharp images so real you will think you're watching live.
When it comes to large venues, such as concert halls and houses of worship, big projected images are the rule.
DLP technology is the only imaging technology capable of lighting up the largest screens in the world while delivering an amazing image quality, even on the side of a building.
Short and ultra short throw DLP projectors are used in applications where the distance to the projection screen must be minimized.
With innovations to support networking and interactivity, DLP short and ultra short throw projectors are able to project onto a screen from as little as 1.5 feet away and come in both 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios.
The days of hassling with changing lamps are over when you choose DLP projectors with lamp free technology.
With light sources rated to last for over 20,000 hours of use, DLP lamp free projectors are truly hassle free as all models turn on and off instantaneously - saving time and money.
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