At the Johnson Controls Technology Experience Center in downtown Milwaukee, visitors are taken on a tour of the company’s solutions, which include building automation systems that benefit all markets. In one stop on that tour, the Orientation Theater features a five-minute video that introduces Johnson Controls solutions. In this area, AMX control has been integrated with an HD surround system and Mitsubishi projector. Rather than project the video on a traditional screen, AVI-SPL came up with a unique solution, placing a reflective paint over a recess in the wall, and creating a display area that improves screen gain and provides vivid colors. According to the lead AVI-SPL engineer on the project, the Mitsubishi projector was the most cost-effective way to display images in 16:9 ratio with the quietest sound.
In an article that looks at short-throw and interactive projectors for the classroom, AVNetwork included a pair of Mitsubishi projectors that support interactive and dual-pen functionality that enables two pens to be used at the same time on the same surface. Mitsubishi’s wide-screen format WD385U-EST and XGAresolution XD365U-EST 3D-ready projectors empower students and teachers to make annotations on almost any solid surface. A specially crafted lens in each can project a 70-inch (diagonal) image from less than 23 inches away.
AVI-SPL has relied on Mitsubishi projectors for its integrations in corporate and education environments. Talk to one of our experts about how interactive projectors can benefit your classroom: call us at 866-559-8197 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.