Sony’s laser light source LCD projectors are targeted for permanent installation use in a larger venue or house of worship. Laser Light Source uses a blue laser through a spinning phosphor wheel to create white light, which is then sent through a 3LCD system similar to lamp-based LCD projectors. The projectors also features great flexibility in installation. It can be placed at any angle, on its side or even upside down, has both vertical and horizontal lens shift and has edge blending for use with an additional projector to create a very wide image.
This line also features a constant brightness mode that helps it maintain virtually the same brightness level throughout its 20,000 life by driving the projector at a reduced light output. It also has an automatic brightness setting which adjusts the output level depending on the brightness of the displayed image. Finally, the laser line has a complete set of connection options for a PC, Mac and other video sources, including the traditional VGA cable, DVI-D, HDMI, 5-BNC component video, S-video, and composite video.
The laser line of products are network connectable via its LAN port, allowing for control of one or more networked projectors, as well as monitoring the projector's status, scheduled maintenance and problem notification remotely. For medical school training and medical imaging presentations, Sony has included a DICOM simulation mode. This is used to provide a clearer picture of X-ray images.
The World's First 3LCD Laser Light Source Projector
1080p resolution / Powerful 4,000 lm WUXGA for vibrant images / Laser Diode
1080p resolution / Powerful 7,000 lm WUXGA for vibrant images / Laser Diode Laser and so much more. Now an even brighter star joins the world's first 3LCD laser light source projector, with benefits for a wider range of classrooms, conference rooms, lecture halls, sanctuaries, and exhibits.
Sony VPLGTZ1 4K Ultra Short Throw
4K resolution / 2000 lm for vibrant images / Laser Diode / Deep black by SXRD / Wide color space