Interactive projectors become the focus of InfoComm 2013
Recently, the annual InfoComm conference was held in Orlando, USA. Professional audio and video solutions have the latest highlights in display technology, application solutions, integrated installation and other aspects. Among them, the interactive projection technology of this year's exhibition was once again used by projectors. The manufacturer is highly praised. It is understood that during this year's InfoComm, under the instigation of the upstream chip supplier TI, companies including BenQ, Optoma, Mitsubishi, ViewSonic, Ricoh, Optoma and other companies are actively deploying interactive projectors that do not need to be equipped with electronic whiteboards. Texas Instruments also announced technological innovations at this exhibition that will make the seamless interaction between projection and display a reality. DLP’s multi-touch technology prototype debuted this week, enabling customers to transform any flat surface into a fully interactive touch screen that can be used by multiple users. This new technology combines DLP's 3D compatibility for any format, solid-state lighting, and 1080p high-contrast data projectors, enabling classrooms and meeting rooms to create powerful shared interactive experiences. Roger Carver, manager of Texas Instruments DLP's front investment division, said: “For consumers, it is no longer enough to watch content. They also hope to interact with content in a seamless manner through technology. The solution we showed this week It can achieve up to 20 touch points on any plane. From a technical point of view, we are fully capable of continuous improvement and surpassing.' Between 2010 and 2012, the total global sales of interactive projectors increased to more than three times. Shipments exceeded 140,000 units. According to the forecast of Futuresource Consulting, the demand for interactive projectors will continue to rise in 2013. The school is looking for a way to replace the past chalk or whiteboard-style shared learning experience through technology, which is in line with the market trend of using interactive displays. Through multi-touch technology, DLP creates a platform that enables multiple groups of students to operate simultaneously on a screen large enough to project an entire wall. Carver said, “DLP is also developing more to extend our interactive functions to many application areas beyond traditional projection devices. We see exciting growth and innovation potential in many areas, interactive digital signage and In-vehicle applications are two of these application areas.'