More artists than ever before are using technology to create art installations, visual series and special effects to capture people’s attention. And some of these artists’ work with technology is being highlighted in April with the use of 3-chip 3LCD large venue projectors from Epson America, our CCS Presentation Systems manufacturing partnerEpson_Art_projectors_CCSProjects

Epson is sponsoring and providing its large venue projectors to the Moving Image Experience in conjunction with Silicon Valley Contemporary. The April 9-13 contemporary art event is showing art from 300 artists, exhibited by 50 prominent galleries from 10 countries, through digital means.

Epson’s projectors are blending the artists’ bold, rich colors with its capacity to illuminate up to 10,0000 lumens of color brightness and white brightness in moving image art in four different exhibiting installations. Its projectors display amazing clarity and optional lenses with lens shift, built-in edge blending and a diverse selection of inputs.

Epson’s Senior Product Manager for Projectors, Sean Gunduz, spoke about how the company understands color brightness for visual art. “We understand what artists need when it comes to projection – they want to see their art shine the way they envisioned, without color or image distortion,” he said. “Compared to single chip projection solutions, our 3-chip 3LCD large venue projectors provide vivid images with true-to-life colors and the ultimate projection experience for the Moving Image Exhibit at Silicon Valley Contemporary.”

Epson’s 3LCD projectors deliver great customer value based on compact, energy-saving, and high-precision technologies in markets spanning business, education, corporate, government and more. To get a sharper look at the color definition of Epson projectors, here’s a side-by-side comparison of Epson’s projectors with others from the recent FETC educational show – have a look at the image brightness factor.

If your company or organization is looking for new projector-based audio-visual solutions in your workplace, contact the pros at CCS Presentation Systems. We can talk to you about the Epson projector line-up or offer other solutions for your group to help your business grow. 


Our manufacturing partner Hitachi has followed up its February announcement of a new line of ultra short-throw projectors with even bigger news: Hitachi is developing an off-white colored version of the 9000 Series DLP projectors. Hitachi-9000-projector_CCSProjects

With this new development Hitachi makes its projectors blend more easily into existing academic or corporate environments.

Hitachi’s 9000 Series DLP projectors (CP-X9111, CP-WX9211 and CP-WU9411 projectors) are easy to use, offer bright light and they are easy to install, making them ideal for staging application in medium-to-large-sized venues.

The 9000 Series projectors offer Hitachi’s image processing controls to improve contrast and enable sharper images for better audio-visual solutions. Users can adjust the colors of the projected images according to the actual light surroundings of the room or venue. The projectors also offer built-in blending capability that creates the seamless projection of one image using multiple projectors.

Users can also control or correct blurred images with the projectors by enabling the HDCR (High Dynamic Contrast Range) function. This lets users correct blurred images that are caused by harsh room lighting or outside light, providing clear images even in bright rooms. In addition, the projectors’ Motion Adaptive Deinterlacer provides focused images, especially for fast-moving video. For more information on Hitachi visit

If your business, church, office or event venue needs off-white colored projectors, contact us at CCS Presentation Systems. Our company ranks as the #1 commercial integration firm in the country. We help serve customers in corporate, government and education markets with a wide variety of audio video solutions, complete with integration, design, installation, maintenance and training services. Contact CCS Presentation Systems today for all of your audio-visual solutions.


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