projectiondesign supports NVIDIA at Eurographics 2012

The event takes place between 13-15 May 2012 and is organised by CRS4 Visual Computing and University of Cagliari

Fredrikstad, Norway, 10 May 2012 - projectiondesign will support top Eurographics 2012 event sponsor NVIDIA and HP with the provision of F35 wqxga computer resolution projectors to showcase NVIDIA's latest computer graphics and hardware capabilities.


Set in the picturesque city of Cagliari on island of Sardinia, Italy, Eurographics 2012 is the 33rd Annual Conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics. The event takes place between 13-15 May 2012 and is organised by CRS4 Visual Computing and University of Cagliari.

Fredrik Brostrøm-Hansen, Product Marketing Manager at projectiondesign says: "the F35 wqxga projector is fast gaining traction and standing in the computer graphics industry. The projector delivers a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution matching the resolution of computer displays and data. It comes with the latest high resolution DLP® technology, all new high performance optics and lenses, with double the input bandwidth of any competing projector."

Giuliana Piana, SE Marketing Manager, Professional Solution Group at NVIDIA adds: "We needed a "hands-on" educational and informative method of showing our latest graphics hardware using a HP Z800 workstation, and its powerful capabilities. Inside a virtual room, projectiondesign is the perfect fit to set up a two channel blended display onto a curved screen. Our presence is designed to communicate to the computer graphics community attending Eurographics about the latest technologies, educational work and to explore new trends and ideas."

About projectiondesign

projectiondesign is a Norwegian company that designs, manufactures and markets a range of high performance projectors for professional, business and consumer applications. Amongst its core markets are high-resolution scientific visualization, visual training and simulation, medical imaging, broadcast and post production, public media and entertainment. Numerous industry milestones that distinguish projectiondesign's award winning, innovative technology include the introduction of the world's first single-chip SXGA DLP projector in 2002, the first commercially available 1080p DLP projector in 2006, the first WUXGA resolution DLP projector, and the first portable and high-resolution active 3D stereoscopic projector in 2008. In 2009, projectiondesign introduced its first 3-chip projector and debuted LED illumination. 2010 signified the company's first image warp and blend product with the Multi Image Processors, as well as the world premiere of the WQXGA resolution (2,560 x 1,600) projector, and revolutionary patented Remote Light Source technology. The entire professional product range is warranted for 24/7 usage. projectiondesign is located in Fredrikstad, Norway, with representatives in more than 20 offices throughout the world, and regional headquarters in New York and Beijing.

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