Epson unveils new 3LCD laser projector for retail


Epson Corporation, a leading projector developer, has unveiled the LightScene EV-100 series, a new type of 3LCD laser projector that expands the company’s presence in the signage and lighting sector. With a sleek, low-noise design, the 2,000-lumen WXGA, 20,000-hour maintenance free EV-100 series can work as either an unobtrusive projector or spotlight.

The company will roll out the new projectors in limited markets beginning in June 2018, with a gradual rollout in other regions to follow.

The LightScene EV-100 series is ideal for curated visual environments such as retail showrooms, shop window displays, museum exhibits and art installations, where minimal visual clutter is key. The new projectors can be used to provide information or show videos and moving patterns in innovative ways, and even for projection mapping onto small objects.

The new projectors offer a fresh solution for retailers, restaurants, bars, and hotels facing an increasingly competitive environment. Offering an innovative experience, they will serve to attract customers by bringing displays to life and enhancing the customer experience.

Yasunori Ogawa, COO of Epson’s visual products operations division said, “The LightScene EV-100 series are a first move into a completely new type of projector for Epson, and are a great addition to our range of laser signage solutions. Epson’s Corporate Vision expresses a strong commitment to driving visual communications innovation, and I firmly believe that the potential of these products to create innovative and outstanding visual experiences will bring us one step closer to achieving our goal.”

Epson’s LightScene EV-100 series can be viewed at booth 1-H90 at ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) 2018, a leading AV systems integration show, to be held in Amsterdam, RAI, Netherlands, from February 6 to 9, 2018.

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