A projector is an image projector that receives a videosignal and projects the corresponding image on a projection screen using a lens system. Our Range of projectors use a very bright light to project the image and most modern ones can correct any curves, blurriness, and other inconsistencies through manual settings. Projectors are widely used for many applications such as, conference room presentations, classroom training, home theatre and concerts. Projectors are widely used in many schools and other educational settings, sometimes connected to an interactive whiteboard to interactively teach pupils.
Technology : DLP / LCD / LED
Brightness  : From 1200 to 16000 ANSI Lumens
Contrast      : From 2000:1 to 5000000:1
Resolution  : From SVGA (800x600) to Full HD (1080p)
Most home theater projectors are either LCD projectors or single chip digital DLP projectors. There are also some higher end models using LCOS technology instead. Entry level home projectors typically cost less than most plasma displays or big screen TVs, and, of course produce a much larger image on to a projector screen. There are basically two groups of entry level home projectors; all-in-one projectors with built in DVD players and speakers, and stand-alone home theater projectors.
The really hi-end home theater projectors are mostly DLP projectors that use three DLP chips instead of one. 1080p 3 chip DLPs that are 3D capable. The key factors to consider while making your home theater projector choice, include; your budget, placement considerations (ceiling, table, back wall), image quality, ability to control your room lighting, and matching the projector to a projector screen, that will work best in your room.
When all is said and done, your new home theater projector and system can do what plasma displays and big screen TV's just can't accomplish, and that is provide the huge "theater-like" viewing area that allows you to be immersed in the content.
Home Video Projectors are broken into two resolution categories: 1080p and 720p.. The primary difference between Home Theater projectors and Home Video projectors is Home Video projectors typically have a lower price, lower contrast and are more likely to have built-in speakers.
There are presently two types of 3D Projectors: Full HD 3D and PC 3D Ready. All 3D projectors also support 2D. Prices of 3D and 2D projectors are comparable, unless the 3D projector includes an emitter and glasses. Performance is essentially the same.
Pico Projectors, also known as handheld projectors, are companion products for portable devices such as cameras, mobile phones and tablets. These pico projectors provide a convenient way to quickly project the content of these devices onto any surface such as walls, notebooks, or airplane food trays, as well as, a new array of portable projection screens sized and designed for pico projectors and presenter mobility. Pico projectors use either an LED or laser light source which effectively eliminates the need for lamp replacement over the useful life of a pico.
Pocket projectors are highly compact projection devices designed for impromptu business meetings and personal movie viewing. Weighing less than 0.50 Kg, pocket projectors are heavier than pico projectors, but have a higher light output to accommodate larger viewing audiences. Utilizing an LED light source, pocket projectors can deliver 30k hours of lamp life and low power consumption. A new array of projection screens have been sized and designed for pocket projectors to offer true presenter mobility.
Portable Projectors are available in three resolutions: WXGA, XGA and SVGA. These projectors serve well as both a video projector and a data projector.
Conference Room Projectors are using for both small and large rooms. The major difference between these two groups is the lumen output of the projector. The Small Conference room projectors range from 2000 to 3500 lumens. The Large Conference room projectors range from 3500 to 5000 lumens. Interactive Projectors.
Interactive projector technology encompasses solutions that enable the user to actively participate with the projected image.
Typically the presenter is allowed to interact with either the projected image, the projector, or in some cases another device. Interactive Projectors essentially mimic the function of an interactive whiteboard on any surface where the image is projected. This allows the presenter to interact with the projected image using an electric or mechanical stylus and often simply a finger.
Some interactive projectors allow user generated information to be captured, replayed, printed or copied with or without the original projected image.

Class Room Projectors

 
In a competitive world, you want the best technology tools in the classroom; technology that will offer superior advantages for your teachers and students. DLP projector technology has been offering this advantage for years and continues to raise the bar through innovations that expand instructional reach for teachers and lower the total cost of ownership (TCO) for schools at the same time. With Filter-free designs that require less maintenance and offer lower operating costs, DLP projectors help your school save money. Plus, unlike other technologies, DLP projectors are virtually immune to color decay (a yellowing of the image after extended periods of usage), so you will have a reliable system even after years and years of use.
Today's technologically savvy students need to be engaged in a dynamic and immersive way. DLP projectors deliver interactivity and multi-dimensional curriculum to the classroom with unparalled image quality. The result: higher student involvement and higher test scores.
With a projector as the hub of the classroom, you can maximize the impact of lessons in subjects like:
Maths : Show how to solve a detailed math equation from a TI graphic calculator that even students in the back row can read.
Science : Use a digital camera to show the details of your latest dissection by projecting the video and images to the entire science class.
History : Travel to far-off places through the internet. And visit historic sites and museums in 3D.
English : Have students diagram a compound sentence on an interactive whiteboard for collaborative learning.
   
Effective communication  
Imagine the possibilities of a classroom designed around a DLP projector system. The most complex lessons can be brought to life though integration of virtually every teaching tool under the sun with the projector system.
   
New teaching tools  
A DLP education projector can help improve student performance by encouraging greater classroom participation to increase the retention of the content being displayed. From video game style role-playing and interactive simulations and digital imaging-based presentations, to engaging Internet excursions, students get so much more from the curriculum when it’s experienced through the brilliance and clarity of a DLP projector.