Epson's next-gen LightScene laser projectors ideal for manufacturing designers

EV115 Epson

Epson’s new LightScene EV-110 and EV-115 Accent Lighting 3LCD Laser Projectors deliver a unique design integrating lighting and projection with powerful, next-generation features.

Bluetooth-enabled to enrich sound and visual experience easily, and with built-in GPI capability, the LightScene doesn’t need external media devices to create a signal motion sensing control.

A brighter laser light engine is geared for usage up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation. The software and mobile applications can remove friction points, making them accessible for nearly any customer.

LightScene offers a black or white spotlight shape with multiple configuration, mounting and programming options, plus customisable preloaded content.

Additional features include:

• Integrated lighting and digital projection — project dynamic content not bound by a frame

• A laser light source of up to 20,000 hours of operation. 

• Sleek spotlight design offers vertical and horizontal rotation, with flexible mounting on tracks, floors, walls or ceilings 

• Easily programmable using built-in media-player — includes templates, effects, colour filters and customisable options

• Creative Content Projection app— pre-loaded with video content and customisable features

• 3-chip 3LCD image quality — up to 2,200 lumens of equal colour and white brightness 

• GPI control, HDMI®, RJ-45, wireless LAN and Bluetooth-enabled for audio, direct content storage on SD card and playback when needed 

• Remote management and control tools – web-based or over the network

• Flexible positioning — can be installed in large or small spaces 

• And is scalable

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