Summary: 12 projectors, two high-precision robots and 88,000 lumens create futuristic projection display at InfoComm 2015.
Imagine being able to project images on a moving surface. Well that is exactly what Epson did at this year’s InfoComm 2015. Attendees had the opportunity to see a range of image mapping applications executed at the show, but few booths had image mapping in motion!
In collaboration with AV Concepts, Epson integrated a projection mapping display with its very own robots and the Epson PowerLite® Pro Z and Pro G-Series large venue projectors for edge-blending on different levels of platforms. A total of 12 projector models projecting 88,000 lumens worked together to create a futuristic cityscape projection mapping display.
Factories throughout the world rely on Epson robots every day and integrating the robots into the projector mapping solution was an impressive feat, highlighting the high-precision of the Epson robots and innovative display capabilities of Epson projectors that truly stopped attendees in their tracks.
Another attraction for attendees was the BrightLink® Pro 1430Wi, which utilizes any standard flat surface for touch annotation and display. Attendees were intrigued to see the BrightLink Pro attached to a Conen Interactive table that seamlessly transformed from a motorized table into a drafting board.
unInfoComm 2015 was a great success, showcasing the next generation of projector mapping and collaboration technology.
Check out the Epson projection mapping display here: