The Netherlands - At ISE 2015, the centrepiece of the Hitachi Digital Media Group stand will be a spectacular curved display that highlights the use of projection mapping technology with multiple stacked 9000 series projectors.

"While Hitachi continues to bring new, innovative and sustainable projection solutions to customers, our emphasis at ISE this year is to demonstrate thought provoking and inspirational ways to use the products," said Axel Kutschke, senior manager, presentation products for Hitachi Digital Media Group. "With a broad selection of solutions from across the entire Hitachi product range we will be encouraging customers in education, business and professional AV to fully exploit the capabilities of our latest innovations."

The central curved display is delivered by four stacks of paired 9000 series projectors, each producing 17,000 Lumens. The end of the display features a dynamic, blended rear projection column produced by four 9000 series models using the new portrait feature.

In other areas of the stand visitors will see Hitachi CP-TW3003 projectors set up to show how schools can deliver truly interactive learning experiences. The new HIT-FHD6514/6516 interactive 65" flat panel displays will also be on show along with a brand new solid state, laser phosphor projector. With product offerings in all major categories, the Hitachi projector range on show promises to appeal to customers in commerce, education and professional AV markets.

Following their popularity last year, Hitachi is again offering visitors a detailed tour of the stand at 11.00 and 14.00 each day, although of course they are welcome to drop by at any time. Open to all, the tour highlights the range of products and how the displays have been created.

(Jim Evans)

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