InfoComm 2014 - Special Lamp vs. Laser Projection Demo at Display Summit

The Display Summit will feature a never seen before demo: Four companies showcasing the same content on laser-phosphor and lamp projectors side by side. The companies in the demo include Sony, NEC, Panasonic and Digital Projection.

The Display Summit will feature a never seen before demo: Four companies showcasing the same content on laser-phosphor and lamp projectors side by side. The companies in the demo include Sony, NEC, Panasonic and Digital Projection.


Content will consists of test patterns and images that will showcase the difference between the lamp and laser projectors but also highlight the maturity of these products as well.

The goal of the demo is to alleviate any concerns about the adoption of this new technology for any application. But in addition, the many benefits of these laser projectors could also open up new applications and opportunities for projectors.

This is a not-to-miss demo that only Display Summit attendees can witness. Company representatives will be on hand to explain their products and all will participate in a presentation and panel discussion session as well. REGISTER

The demo room will be open during the coffee breaks and lunch hours on June 16 and 17 as well as during the evening networking reception Monday night. The diagram below shows the set up and models that will be showcased.

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