New Additions to the Blue Ocean Projection Screen Line to be Unveiled at CEDIA

Blue Ocean Projection Screens will be debuting a new super thin rear projection screen in addition to the long awaited front projection model.

U.S. Nippura, distributors of the famed Blue Ocean Rear Projection Screens proudly announces the long awaited debut of 2 new screens. The first is an antiglare, super thin 3mm rear projection screen. The lighter weight will add versatility to the screen which will give way to new innovative applications. A new home theater installation technique will be demonstrated at the show. The second addition to the Blue Ocean line is the highly anticipated front projection screen. This screen is designed for use in high ambient light environments such as boardrooms and classrooms. Visit us at CEDIA booth # 684 for more information and demonstration.

The new Blue Ocean Solution Rear Projection Units will also be on display. These units made a big splash at this year's InfoComm show as they introduced 2 new ways of offering entire solutions for your rear projection needs. The first is the Blue Ocean Wave which is a stand -alone unit that houses a Panasonic PT -DW7000 projector with a 0.8:1 Short Throw Lens, a mirror, and a suspended 84 inch 16:9 Blue Ocean Rear Projection Screen. The core attribute of the unit is that it solves one of the main obstacles of rear projection Eavailable space. Although the Blue Ocean Wave is only 46Edeep, it is able to project onto and fill an 84Escreen. The unit is great for a point of sale application in a retail location or as an informational kiosk in a lobby.

The second unit is the Blue Ocean Drifter, which is a ceiling mounted unit that is perfect for venues with high ceilings such as large convention centers, museums, sports bars, and churches. The Drifter allows you to utilize the full potential of large open spaces otherwise rendered unusable.

And since the unit allows for rotating or fixed displays, the Blue Ocean Drifter is brilliant as an eye -catching in -store advertisement medium. Enhance the 'wow factor' of a retail location by displaying frameless, high -definition images at important point of sale positions. A car dealer can create powerful visual appeal by introducing the year's new car with high performance footage floating just above. Or increase advertising impact in lobbies, entrance halls, and other high traffic areas without using valuable floor space. The promotional possibilities of the Drifter are only limited by the imagination.

The standard unit consists of two suspended arcs which balance a Panasonic PT - DW7000 projector with a 0.8:1 Short Throw Lens on one end and a 100 inch 16:9 Blue Ocean Rear Projection Screen on the other. The Drifter will be available in two configurations: the Stationary and the Swivel Arch Mount for oscillating displays.
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CEDIA will be held in Denver, CO September 13 -17 so come join us at booth # 684 to everything that Blue Ocean Projection Screens have to offer.

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