NEC's Unique Laser Projector Portfolio
In order to deliver the best possible performance for differing applications and to fulfill any customer need, NEC Display Solutions utilizes all three major Solid State Light Source technologies in their projectors: LED, Laser/Phosphor and RGB Laser.
With its unrivalled lineup of solid state light source projectors NEC offers solutions for multiple applications across many vertical markets: From Digital Cinema where laser illumination creates an extraordinarily bright picture – especially appreciated in 3D movies – to small meeting rooms, where the small-sized and compact LED projector can deliver outstanding image quality. Especially for the large venue sector, NEC has got a huge range of laser/phosphor projectors, covering a large range of different brightness levels and screen sizes.
High brightness perfect color
- Bright laser light source with wider color gamut
- Laser/Phosphor light source supports standard color values
Stable and scalable
- Dynamic dimming
- Long term higher average light output
- Stackable Edge Blending
- Mercury free and lower thermal emission
- Reliable 20,000 hour laser life
- Lower power consumption
- Lower Maintenance
Make your mark on your vertical market
NEC's laser light projection lineup makes your higher education, corporate, signage and Rental & Staging applications vivid and crisp. Your images will stay as brilliant and clear up to 20,000 hours laser life.
Turn ordinary objects into a display surface for video projection. Set the mood for an event or to make a specific statement by projecting on walls, floor or ceiling. Laser light module technology allows two- or three-dimensional surfaces to showcase movement and imagery beyond the normal landscape.
In the entertainment world, the latest 4K digital cinema configurations allow even the audience members closest to the screen, in the first few rows, to enjoy a real-life image, without visible or annoying pixels. Any cinema owner knows that the front few rows are not necessarily the first choice for visiting customers. With NEC's latest 4K Laser digital cinema products, cinema owners can confidently fill 100 percent of their auditorium with 100 percent satisfied customers! Furthermore, the powerful 4K Laser projectors are the ideal platform for premium large screen cinemas with a screen width of 66 feet or more.
Post-production facilities demand uninterruptable and outstanding imaging display technology. These requirements are not only being fulfilled with Laser projectors, they excel far beyond lamp based projection.
As well as offering uninterruptable viewing, Laser Light Modules with their inherent deeper blacks produce higher contrast ratios creating dynamic images. Consistent flesh tones and colors across the screen are critical to the integrity of what the producer, director and colorist require during post production. Laser Light Modules help make creating the final product engaging.
Image post-processing on NEC Laser projectors is the only way to guarantee viewer satisfaction with higher resolution and color space.
NEC's Technology Leadership
NEC's technology leadership is not only clearly demonstrated with Laser but NEC have been behind the introduction and acceptance of the 4K standard and have built a reputation for precision image quality and trusted performance in mission critical installations, delivering best in class solutions for virtually all display applications.
NEC has become the brand of choice for challenging projects in Transportation, Education and Training - especially Universities with large classrooms - Finance, Digital Cinema, Healthcare, Media and Broadcast and the Corporate workplace. Clients benefit from products designed to perform exceptionally in the field, a high return on investment and an unrivalled level of service and support with the largest established partner network delivering excellence across the world.
To learn more about laser projectors in Digital Signage read Digital Signage Today's White Paper.
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Benefits of Laser Projection
Using Laser Projectors to Enhance Houses of Worship
A house of worship’s purpose is to bring people together to share a positive message. When a facility is able to serve its members more effectively using technology, it translates to higher attendance and positive word-of-mouth – keeping current members coming back and encouraging new ones to join. To meet these goals, many houses of worship reevaluate their technology needs to ensure they are successfully engaging their congregation. But there are many facets of the technology to consider. Learn more in this whitepaper.
Building a Digital Learning Environment
Digital technologies do more than improve the overall classroom experience. They also enable institutions and teachers to better serve individual students, using interactive and personal devices to customize learning on a one-to-one level. Although educators have made great strides in raising the standard for education, their efforts have not fully achieved the goal of building a robust 21st-century learning infrastructure. Learn more about what educators are doing to improve this environment. Learn more in this whitepaper.
Infographic: Laser Projectors in Digital Signage
In this infographic , find out why laser projectors solve the crucial problems that lamp-based projectors and flat panel solutions can't. Learn more in this whitepaper.
Infographic: Why Laser Projectors?
Learn how constant color rendition and brightness, lack of lamp replacements, and long usage hours of laser projectors help lower your overall total cost of ownership in this infographic.Learn more in this whitepaper.
Projection mapping can turn your church into a multimedia power house
Multimedia projectors transform sanctuaries into immersive experiences for the senses while delivering a spiritual message, encouraging congregation engagement and participation. Learn more in this whitepaper.