At ISE 2017 you can explore Epson’s extensive range of AV solutions, including our latest 3LCD laser projectors
Visit Epson at ISE 2017 in Amsterdam, the world’s largest AV and systems integration trade show, and experience for yourself the power of their newest AV solutions, including the EB-L25000U – the world’s brightest 3LCD laser projector. You’ll be able to see a wide range of our projectors in action, from powerful installation models to feature-packed units for meeting rooms and teaching environments where display size matters, as well as ultra-short-throw projectors and compact ultra-mobile projectors for the user on the move. Epson will also be demonstrating our new Moverio BT-350 smart glasses.
Installation projectors – unbeatable brightness
The last year has been a very significant time for Epson’s installation projectors, with the launch of several powerful, well-equipped new models, including the market-leading 25,000-lumen EB-L25000U 3LCD laser projector, as well as major partnership agreements with AED and LANG AG. We’ll be showcasing our latest installation projectors on the Epson stand, including a colourful projection-mapping demonstration, and shootouts to show the advantages of Epson projectors over competing models, as well as flatscreens.
Business projectors – versatile and reliable
ISE will allow us to clearly demonstrate just how wide our range of corporate and educational projectors is. It stretches from versatile Full HD projectors that can sit on a desk or be mounted on the ceiling, to interactive ultra-short-throw projectors, designed to deliver scalable screen sizes up to 100 inches in spaces where display size matters. That’s not to mention our extremely slim and lightweight ultra-mobile projectors, which can be slipped into a standard laptop bag and carried without endangering your luggage allowance.
Moverio smart glasses – enhancing experiences
Epson’s Moverio smart glasses are designed for a wide range of tasks, such as bringing museum exhibits or industrial facility tours to life with interactive content and extended descriptions, or providing real-time information to spectators at sports events, and offering opera subtitles for foreign-language speakers or the hard of hearing.