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View From Infocomm: Projection Booths

View From Infocomm: Projection Booths

Some nice booths at Infocomm this year. Here are some from the projection side.


Dataton launched the highly anticipated version 5 of Watchout, referred to as "the biggest leap forward in the history of Watchout,” by Fredrik Svahnberg, international marketing and communications manager at Dataton AB.


Barco featured its many LED displays, including its newest models, the C7, NX-4S, and TF-10.


Inside the Digital Projection International (DPI) booth were several new products for various markets, including the new TITAN Quad product line.


The projectiondesign booth highlighted the company's F35 wqxga projector featured content by 7thSense Design and many other partners.


Chauvet exhibited its new MVPâ„¢ Series of video panels.


Christie Digital showcased a whopping 30 new products, including the D4K35, the world's first 4K projector purpose built for non-cinema applications.


Radiant showed various products from its Linx range of displays.


In addition to lighting fixtures, Elation showed its new EPV (Elation Pro Video) Series of hi-res video LED panels.


Martin Professional exhibited its full range, including LED video display products like the EC-10, EC-20 and the LC Plus series.


Screen Goo Americas was on hand showing its paint that transforms any surface into a projection screen.


Optoma showed its line of projectors, as well as a new prototype of a digital light.


coolux featured its "Big Pad v2," an interactive display using Pandoras Box Media Servers controlled and synchronized by Widget Designer 3.0 and the AirScan System.


Blackmagic Design showcased its full range of video editing products, color correctors, video converters, video monitoring, routers, live production switchers, disk recorders, waveform monitors, and film restoration software.


TI/DLP's technology couild be seen all over the show floor at countless booths, and the company also exhibited lamp-free solutions, enhanced interactivity, 3D, and the tiny DLP Pico.

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