ORLANDO, Fla. — A new family of high ambient light, front projection display systems, designed specifically for the needs of the education and corporate markets, is making its debut at the InfoComm ’09 conference and exhibition.
The AccelerOptics systems (on display in booth No. 4871) are an expansion of the company’s award-winning CAPTURE Projection Displays. They are perfectly visible in bright light applications including day-lit classrooms and college lecture halls, cafeterias, corporate boardrooms, training facilities and similar environments. Their native 16:10 projection format is fully compatible with computer presentation aspect ratios. The CAPTURE screens are available in 72-, 84- and 92- inch screen sizes and double as electronic white boards.
“Our integration partners asked us to develop these systems to address their customers’ needs for high performance, high ambient light front projection display systems that support PC input without distortion,” said Gary Quasebarth, director of sales, AccelerOptics. “Many schools today are conserving energy by using natural daylight to illuminate their classrooms. Our systems thrive in these environments yet do equally well in traditional classroom and lecture hall settings where shutting off the lights to view a presentation is often an invitation to some students to catch up on their sleep.”
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