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January 2019 www.avnews.eu Page 6 ISE 2019 Preview


ISE is committed to delivering an extensive programme of expert opinion, analysis and debate across all the market sectors that the show address- es - plus 1300 exhibitors!


Multiview 3D from Digital Projection


To date, 3D displays have all suffered from a significant lim- itation. Each user sees exactly the same image, regardless of where they are positioned. To address this,


Digital Projec-


tion has claims to have moved ahead of its competitors with the INSIGHT 4K HFR 360 Multi-View 3D projector, which is said to offer a truly immer- sive, collaborative and interac- tive 3D experiences. With Multi-View 3D projec- tion, a single projector with ul- tra-fast frame rates will be able to accommodate several view- ers, each being tracked and each having a view of the im- age that remains appropriate to their changing position. This allows the users to see and in- teract with each other in a truly shared, collaborative manner. Previously, the ultra-fast frame rates required for a multi-viewer 3D system have meant sacrificing resolution - and therefore image fideli- ty. Digital Projection was not willing to accept such a com- promise. The new INSIGHT 4K HFR 360 offers both native 4K and high frame rate - thanks to the thousands of hours in- vested by Digital Projection’s team of experts and their un- surpassed experience in 3-chip DLP projection. Instead


of providing 120


frames per second, which is enough for single user 3D, our INSIGHT 4K HFR 360 delivers an unrivalled 360 frames per second at native 4K resolu- tion, enabling content creators to serve three independent, high-resolution 3D views with just one projector. The addition


of a second projector to the sys- tem increases the unique user 3D views to six.


The possibilities for this tech- nology are said to be endless. Other than visualisation ap- plications and virtual rides in theme


parks, for museums are


another predestined applica- tion


this ground-breaking


technology. A virtual tour of an ancient building or a lifelike experience of an invaluable ob- ject is now possible. Thanks to a personalised, pin-sharp view for each user, everybody can follow the explanations of the guide from their perspective. Every detail is displayed for each user from the right point of view. To ensure that the projector can be integrated into instal- lations with ease, it works with industry standard synchronisa- tion signals for 3D active shut- ter glasses. Collaboration with a specialist manufacturer has led to glasses that can switch between the black and trans- missive states in around 200 µs - three times faster than other commercially available glasses. To enable users to view imag- es from their correct perspec- tive, they must be tracked to 6 Degrees of Freedom [6DOF] and Digital Projection has worked with leading


industry


partners in head tracking to achieve this.


Page 10 AV News Awards Finalists


We have announced the finalists in the product and project cate- gories, one month before the win- ners of these, and the individual and industry categories, at the presentation ceremony


Epson: number one in Pro AV projectors


Using valuable customer insights, Epson has made changes to not only maintain its position as number one in the market share for projectors for 17 years. The company is now the market share glob- al leader for projectors above 6,000 lumens. This position places Epson 9 percentage points higher than its nearest rival. With a 35% volume share of the ProAV market in the UK, Epson is now the leading ProAV market share leader for the first time ever. The company is the number one Pro AV projec- tor vendor across EMEAR and CIS following 3 years of con- tinuous growth. Epson has ex- tended its position as leading projector manufacturer in the Pro AV and installation market above 6,000 lumens across EMEAR & CIS, according to latest market share data from Futuresource. Epson now


commands 34 per cent of the Pro AV market across EMEAR, an increase of 12 percentage points over the same period last year, with market share continuing to increase. Across the world, Epson has held the number one market share position for projectors for 17 successive years, with total global sales of projectors of 23.7 million since 2006. Epson is now the market share global leader for projectors above 6,000 lumens com- manding a 31% volume share, some 9 percentage points higher than its nearest rival. In addition, for the first time, Ep- son has now taken the lead as the ProAV market share leader in the UK with a 35% volume share. Neil Colquhoun, vice president CISMEA and professional dis- plays, Epson Europe, says: “I’m delighted with the latest market share figures. What is particu-


Award nominations set


record for 4th year in a row the new digital services – My- ShowGuide.com – developed jointly by AV News, UC News and Pixel Beach. For details, see the advertisement else- where in this issue or visit www. myshowguide.com.


The AV News Awards has at- tracted a record number of nominations for the 4th suc- cessive year. The Awards final- ists are detail in the solutions and projects categories in this issue. The individual and in- dustry Award winners will be announced at the presentation ceremony at ISE 2019 on the opening morning of the show. For the first time ever, the cer- emony will be streamed live from the RAI between 8.30 am to 10.00 am on the morning of the 5th February 2019, using


larly pleasing is the number of new customers that we have engaged with who have moved to


Epson from competitor


brands and substitute tech- nologies. Many of these cus- tomers have done so because they have seen how we have satisfied our existing customer base without whom we would not have the success we do. Our success is down to our continuous desire to improve by listening to our customers. We have improved our product planning, and even our com- mercial approach, many times over the past few years based on this valuable customer in- sight. I want to thank not only our customers for our ongoing success but also the team at Epson that work incredibly hard to bring these fantastic products to market.


The direct channel to the industry


Neil Colquhoun, vice president CI- SMEA and professional displays, Epson Europe: “2019 will be even bigger and better as we launch our long-awaited L20000U 20k lumen WUXGA projector and L12000Q 12k lumen native 4k model, amongst other exciting new prod- ucts soon to be announced.”


35% of companies welcome digital disruption!


Technology is often thought about in terms of physical devices that are electrical or digital. When in


fact, tech-


nology encompasses far more than simply tangible objects. New and emerging technolo- gies often impact the value of existing models and services, resulting in digital disruption, which leads to many compa- nies re-evaluating and trans- forming. Technology disrup- tion is defined as ‘technology that displaces an established technology and shakes up the industry or creates a com- pletely new industry’. There is currently a high-


stakes global game of digital disruption, fuelled by the latest wave of technological advances spurred by A.I. and data analyt- ics. As a result, business mod- els within industry sectors are inevitably changing. Despite the fact 19.3% of companies feel that the pace of technological change has made them signifi- cantly more competitive in the past three years, a large majority of companies are still struggling to keep up with this change. SavoyStewart.co.uk sought to identify whether businesses view technology disruption as an op- portunity or threat, though an


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