CIO East Africa (Nairobi)

23 January 2013

Kenya: Epson Launches 3D Projector in Kenya

Epson announces its first twin-stacked passive 3D projector system into the Kenyan market. Bringing a bright, affordable 3D experience to a range of audiences, this model is ideal for educational establishments, museums, exhibitions and the hospitality industry.

The Epson EB-W16SK offers a low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), is compatible with any 3D signal format and ensures audiences of all sizes can enjoy bright, vivid 3D projection.

The Epson EB-W16SK is the only 3D passive projector in the market that is compatible with all 3D signal formats: side-by-side, top-and-bottom, frame packing and frame sequential. This means that users have the flexibility to display the widest range of 3D content available.

The Epson EB-W16SK projector system is made up of two individual projector units, stacked together in a specially-designed mount. The projectors are connected via USB, in a command and control setting with the supplied polarising plates attached to each lens. With both projections overlaid, images are then electronically aligned using the automatic projector alignment setting and projected onto a silver screen, sold separately. This dramatically reduces set up time.

Image quality is assured with Epson's 3LCD technology which faithfully reproduces a wide colour gamut to create natural, vibrant images; ideal for applications such as science lessons and art exhibitions. Both projectors feature an equally high White and Colour Light Output of 3,000 lumens for bright 3D images in a variety of ambient light settings.

This projector system comes with one pair of polarised 3D glasses for bright three-dimensional content and, thanks to their low costs, offers an affordable 3D experience with low TCO.

Mukesh Bector, Regional Sales Manager for East Africa, says "This is our first ever twin-stacked passive 3D projection system and we've made sure that audiences of all sizes will be able to enjoy bright, vibrant 3D content. Using a combination of passive 3D technology and affordable glasses, the Epson EB-W16SK offers users a low TCO, and is ideal for environments where large groups want to enjoy 3D content."

The EB-W16SK is available from January 2013

Features:

Epson's first twin-stacked passive 3D projector system

Bright large-screen projection

Enjoy exceptional image quality with Epson's 3LCD technology

Equally high White and Colour Light Output

Only projector system in its market segment2 to offer full support for all 3D signal formats (side-by-side; top-and-bottom; frame packing and frame sequential)

Two 3,000 lumens projectors stacked together

Supplied polarising plates for each projector lens

Polarised 3D glasses - one pair included

Easily align the 3D projection image with automatic projector alignment setting

Vertical and horizontal keystone correction

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