Optoma launches first laser UST projector with edge blending and warping

posted on Monday, 30th April 2018 by Steve May

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Optoma has launched its first high brightness laser ultra short throw HD projector with a built-in edge blending and warping processor, the ZH420UST.

The new model employs a DuraCore laser light source and offers HDBaseT connectivity and four corner correction. Geometric image adjustment makes the projector easier to install when used with uneven walls, or when a projector needs to be placed at an angle. Typical applications will be for leisure and hospitality venues.

The ZH420UST can also project downwards or sideways in portrait mode, when placed on its side to create tall, thin images. This opens the door for digital signage applications.

The projector has been designed for 24/7 use. The DuraCore laser light engine offers a minimum of 20,000 hours in full brightness mode, and has been independently tested and certified with a dust resistance IP5X rating.

It offers full Rec709 colour gamut coverage. Brightness is rated at 4,000 lumens.

“The ZH420UST is the first Full HD 1080p ultra short throw projector with built-in edge blending and warping adjustments,” says James Fursse, Product Manager at Optoma Europe. “Its capabilities for professional installations make this model the perfect solution for museums, attractions, sports stadiums and even nightclubs.”

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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