BenQ Shares Its Vision of the Future Including Integrated 3D Projectors
World-renowned projector provider and digital lifestyle innovator, BenQ, is excited to unveil its “Vision of the Future: Projection of a Brighter Tomorrow” at ISE 2011, which will be held February 1-3 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This vision will be delivered in the form of leading projector technologies and winning solutions designed with the market and the needs of the AV and education professionals in mind. BenQ will be showcasing six projectors ranging from ultra short-throw projection to installation flexibility at Booth 5O120 in Hall 5 in the RAI Convention Center.
“We have always placed great effort on addressing and fulfilling the needs of the market and of our business partners. This year, we are more than pleased to introduce a number of exciting new products and solutions at ISE 2011 that’ll enlighten our audience with future possibilities that go beyond performance, quality, value, and opportunities,” said Peter Chen, EVP and General Manager of BenQ Technology Product Center. “Last year, BenQ was what projector innovation’s all about. This year, BenQ is the projection of a brighter tomorrow.”
The MW881UST is standard-equipped with DLP LinkTM-supported 3D projection technology, which enables it to display 3D projection with a single video feed. Designed to deliver the same amazing 3D effects as the latest 3D movies, the MW881UST enables students to visualize complex concepts, such as geometric shape calculation, and gain true-to-life experiences, such as dissecting the human brain through 3D demonstrations with the help of 3D education media contents. 3D visualization is – and an ever-growing trend for future education.
“3D visualization has been quite a hit for 2009 and 2010 in the entertainment industry, and it’s certainly becoming a growing trend for the 21st century education. Already research-proven to improve test scores and maximize cross-subject learning, 3D may very well one day become an integral part of teaching and learning,” said Chen. “In preparation for this change, we’ve taken the initiative to 3D-ready all our education projectors with integrated 3D technology from DLP LinkTM. This is to help future-proof schools and institutions.”
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