NEC Asia held their Business and Technology Convention 2009 this morning and introduced their latest products which include the with ultra-narrow bezel, stackable projectors as well as NP4100 and NP4100W projectors.
Vincent Koh, vice president for Multimedia Business Unit, NEC Asia gave the welcome address at the convention and talked about the company’s vision and market trends.
“For NEC global vision, one of our major importance is innovation.Today, we have launched various products and the technologies could be the same anywhere – same display, same resolution. But between those areas, we also incorporate a lot of other functions that only NEC innvation can achieve such as the stacking function of two projectors to increase the brightness of the projection” says Koh.
The media were treated to a live demonstration of the two stacking projectors which gave a brighter display and that if someone were to walk across the screen, it would not result in a black shadow casted by the projection (as its done by two in the demo, or more depending on the stacking configuration).
NEC Also demonstrated the geometric correction that can be achieved on a curved screen (above pic) as well as a virtual remote control software installed on a laptop to remote control the projector via just a VGA cable connection. According to NEC, the stacking, geometric correction, virtual remote control and other software are free to download from the manufacturer’s website. However, the free software applications are only usable on NEC projectors.