INDIANAPOLIS – Custom video display systems manufacturer Display Development, based in Batavia, N.Y., is using CEDIA Expo to introduce two inwall high-definition projection systems to its growing product assortment.
The In-Wall System 3 (IW3), which carries a $56,000 suggested retail, and IW4, which carries a $46,000 suggested retail, are designed to produce a “screening room-like” experience in darkened viewing environments and a high-quality television viewing experience in rooms with some ambient light, the company said.
“The IW3 and IW4 are unique in application and provide the custom-installation industry with solutions for incorporating big bright images into spaces where putting a projector on the ceiling is not practical,” stated longtime home-video industry veteran Jim Burns, Display Development president.
Both in-wall projectors use dual UHP lamps, threechip DLP light engines and can produce 3D images for viewing with active-shutter glasses. The IW3 is capable of light output of 8,000 lumens while the IW4 emits 6,000 lumens of brightness.
Display Development combines the projectors with screen materials that work in rooms with ambient light to create a very-large-screen TV viewing experience that surpasses flat-panel technologies, the company said.
The technology also enables integrators to provide a completely concealed system when not in use.
Key temperature points inside each chassis are monitored by Display Development’s proprietary ventilation system to ensure proper operation.
The projectors’ include a surface-plated mirror system, offset adjustments and geometric distortion correction to offer a high degree of installation flexibility.