View From Infocomm: Projection Booths

Some nice booths at Infocomm this year. Here are some from the projection side.

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Dataton launched the highly anticipated version 5 of Watchout, referred to as "the biggest leap forward in the history of Watchout,” by Fredrik Svahnberg, international marketing and communications manager at Dataton AB.

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Barco featured its many LED displays, including its newest models, the C7, NX-4S, and TF-10.

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Inside the Digital Projection International (DPI) booth were several new products for various markets, including the new TITAN Quad product line.

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The projectiondesign booth highlighted the company's F35 wqxga projector featured content by 7thSense Design and many other partners.

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Chauvet exhibited its new MVPâ„¢ Series of video panels.

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Christie Digital showcased a whopping 30 new products, including the D4K35, the world's first 4K projector purpose built for non-cinema applications.

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Radiant showed various products from its Linx range of displays.

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In addition to lighting fixtures, Elation showed its new EPV (Elation Pro Video) Series of hi-res video LED panels.

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Martin Professional exhibited its full range, including LED video display products like the EC-10, EC-20 and the LC Plus series.

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Screen Goo Americas was on hand showing its paint that transforms any surface into a projection screen.

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Optoma showed its line of projectors, as well as a new prototype of a digital light.

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coolux featured its "Big Pad v2," an interactive display using Pandoras Box Media Servers controlled and synchronized by Widget Designer 3.0 and the AirScan System.

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Blackmagic Design showcased its full range of video editing products, color correctors, video converters, video monitoring, routers, live production switchers, disk recorders, waveform monitors, and film restoration software.

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TI/DLP's technology couild be seen all over the show floor at countless booths, and the company also exhibited lamp-free solutions, enhanced interactivity, 3D, and the tiny DLP Pico.

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