projectiondesign® exhibits at Euro Attractions Show 2012

Innovative projection solutions for visitor attractions showcased

Fredrikstad, Norway, 3 September 2012 - Norwegian projector and image processing manufacturer, projectiondesign® will exhibit for the first time at the Euro Attractions Show this year.


As visitor attractions work to engage and inform audiences, projector and display technology is often deployed for use in storytelling, visual information and immersive displays. Today, projectiondesign projectors can be found in several world-class installations ranging from the Rockheim Rock Museum, Norway, Earthquake, Water Planet and Morrison Planetarium exhibits at the California Academy of Sciences, London Transport Museum, Maus au Chocolat, Phantasialand, Germany to name just a few.

At EAS, projectiondesign will demonstrate and present various models from its extensive range of projectors. LED illumination is expected to impress integrators, operators and exhibition designers alike with its 100,000 typical expected operational lifetime and virtually maintenance-free operation. Allprojectors use DLP® technology - recognised as the most reliable imaging technology available today that performs for long durations and under various lighting conditions. Each projectiondesign projector is hand-built in Norway for its intended application.

Anders Løkke, Marketing Director atprojectiondesign says: "The visitor attractions and themed entertainment markets are becoming increasingly important to projectiondesign. Our projection products and technologies are perfectly fit to address the move towards using technology to provide even more exciting rides and visitor experiences.

"projectiondesign is in a unique position and are the preferred partner for many attractions and technology integration companies. Attending EAS for the first time is important to cement these relationships further, to meet new clients and users and to find out a bit more about future projects!"

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.

For further information about this and other leading products please visit projectiondesign.com

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