4K resolution capability for mind blowing applications.
With 4K projectors spanning a huge range of prices and sizes, it begs the question: what’s the difference?
From the original Native 4K, to the rise of Fake 4K and beyond, its easy to be confused.
Some projectors duplicate 1920x1080 pixels and shift them diagonally to visually “stretch” resolution to the size of 4K, but they have limitations.
Native 4K resolution projectors offer theatrical DCI resolution (4,096 x 2,160), but they can be high maintenance.
Rocketing beyond 4K with 5120x3200 pixels of cinematic resolution, 4K+ offers superior crispness, brightness and colour accuracy thanks to its quad pixel drive and real motion processor.
Panasonic 3chip DLP, 4k+ projectors provide Better-than-4K resolution by employing a high-speed 2560 x 1600-pixel (WQXGA) DMD chip that shifts each pixel vertically and horizontally, quadrupling the pixel-count. Working in concert with Real Motion Processor 240 Hz frame-creation, Quad Pixel Drive technology produces film-like 5120 x 3200-pixel (4K+/16:10) images. As well as silk-smooth video, this powerful processing engine renders text in the finest detail for lectures and presentations.
Shifting pixels vertically and horizontally creates ultra-high-resolution pictures that exceed standard Ultra HD resolution.
Quad Pixel Drive teams with huge laser brightness for an ultra-high-resolution experience make Panasonic 4k projectors the best solution to blow your audience away.
* Resolution 5120 x 3200 pixels (maximum physical resolution).
Get the maximum features of 4K high definition and image reality. We propose a variety of solutions that connect these to various business applications.
Rental & Staging
Large-screen, detailed 4K images clearly show the ambience of the performers, right down to their breathing.
Auditoriums & Theaters
Stunningly intricate 4K images constantly hold the audience's attention making lectures easier to follow.
Ultrahigh resolution, dynamic light source control, and higher contrast combine to create truly immersive images.
Even when an actual prototype cannot be seen, the tiniest details can be checked with intricate, large-screen images.