Analog Way Provides 8K Projector Solution for Digital Projection at NAB 2018

Analog Way INSIGHT LASER 8K projector reflects latest partnership with DPI that includes Times Square display at the NFL Experience.

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Analog Way Provides 8K Projector Solution for Digital Projection at NAB 2018

Analog Way has partnered with Digital Projection, Inc. (DPI) to showcase DPI’s new INSIGHT LASER 8K projector at NAB 2018 next week in Las Vegas.

Analog Way’s Picturall media server and VIO 4K multi-format converters “will enable the 8K projector to input conventional sources and display multi-window content to convention-goers,” according to the press release.

The INSIGHT LASER 8K projector “will be the centerpiece of DPI’s exhibit in Room S115LMR facing the company’s booth in the lower level of the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center,” according to the Analog Way announcement.

More Highlights of the INSIGHT LASER 8K Projector

  • It presents uncompressed 8K content with spectacular image clarity, according to DPI VP of sales Chuck Collins.
  • The products “further enable the projector to present more conventional sources including 4K and display those sources full screen or as a multi-window, 33 million pixel desktop,” according to the company.
  • The INSIGHT LASER 8K projector provides an ultra-high resolution of 7680 X 4320 pixels through 25,000 lumens of solid-state laser-phosphor illumination.  Its 33 million pixel 8K resolution is the equivalent of four 4K images or 16 HD images.

“The Analog Way products open the door to a lot of applications for the projector: command and control, visitor attraction, security, simulation, visualization, planetariums, museums and broadcast,” says DPI marketing and communications manager Trey Richardson.

DPI previously partnered with Analog Way at InfoComm 2017 and other leading industry trade shows.

“The products Analog Way develops give us flexibility in the marketplace,” Richardson says.

Analog Way supplies 8K processing for the massive wrap-around display at New York City’s 20 Times Square, which showcases The NFL Experience.  The giant video canvas represents more than 17,000 square feet of LED display technology.

“As the need for higher and higher resolution displays gains traction, we have evolved products to meet the demands of ultra high-resolution screens,” says Andrzej Lubaszka, chief technologist for Analog Way.

“DPI’s booth utilizes an Analog Way Picturall media server and a VIO 4K multi-converter, but that’s not the only way we can support 8K.  We can address customer needs with specific solutions tailored to their project.”

For DPI’s NAB exhibit Analog Way’s Picturall media server will feed the INSIGHT 8K projector and manage content.  VIO 4K will convert DisplayPort to SDI as well as switch between Picturall and other 8K sources.

Analog Way will also drive additional DPI exhibits at NAB featuring the E-Vision 4K and HIGHlite 4K projectors and the Radiance direct view LED wall.

“We’re glad that NAB 2018 has given us another opportunity to work together,” says Lubaszka. “Analog Way and DPI complement each other very well.  We’re both premium product providers with a deep commitment to quality and customer support.”

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