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First projectiondesign 3-chip DLP projector, plus new BrilliantColor models, debut at InfoComm07

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First projectiondesign 3-chip DLP projector, plus new BrilliantColor models, debut at InfoComm 07

Ridgefield, N.J., 11 June 2007 — Norwegian manufacturer projectiondesign is previewing its first 3-chip DLP 1080p HD projector (Model F80) at InfoComm 07 in Anaheim, CA, June 19-21. Gary Plavin, President of projectiondesign LLC, comments: “We’re thrilled to show off our new 3-chip DLP projector, it has phenomenal imaging fidelity, pin-point color accuracy and the picture quality is just breathtaking. Along with the new F80 3-chip, we will show three other new projectors for a wide range of applications. We are looking forward to an exceptional InfoComm show.”

projectiondesign will also debut the M25 — its new, compact 1080p DLP projector targeted at the home theater market, and based on its award-winning F1+ platform. A commercial AV version of this projector, the F10 1080, is also being presented for the first time. For the North American commercial AV community, Infocomm 07 is the most important show of the year. The company’s product presentations will focus on image quality, ruggedness, networkability and flexibility.

Also being featured at Booth #6619 are projectiondesign’s F20, F20 Medical and F30 projectors, which offer both Texas Instruments BrilliantColor technology and projectiondesign’s own proprietary RealColor color management suite. The projectiondesign Action! Model three 1080 projector, with its anamorphic lens attachment for true 2.35:1 widescreen imaging, is also being demonstrated.

In a separate area of the booth, a large number of projectiondesign units will be networked together using the company’s proprietary ProNet.site 1.0 Asset Management solution, to demonstrate how this software can manage multiple projectors across a single site, or even multiple sites, over TCP/IP. Because AV and IT regimes continue to converge, many InfoComm attendees are now designing networkable systems, for which the ProNet management solution is perfectly engineered.

Under the enhanced features category, projectiondesign is also building new 10-bit resolution electronics, including additional High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) inputs, into all its systems. HDMI 1.3 video promises increases bandwidth, increased refresh rates such as 120Hz, support for color depths of up to 16 bits and support for the new xvYCC color space.

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“BrilliantColor” is a registered trademark of Texas Instruments Incorporated. All rights reserved. “RealColor” is a proprietary technology of projectiondesign. All brands and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

Note to editors: print quality & high-resolution images are available at www.projectiondesign.com or on request.

Corporate Information
Headquartered in Fredrikstad, Norway, projectiondesign is a worldwide leader in advanced, high-performance DLP-based projection solutions for challenging applications in professional, business, home cinema and eCinema markets. Its award-winning, innovative technology is distinguished by numerous industry milestones including the introduction of the world’s first single-chip SXGA DLP projector in 2002, the world’s first single-chip SXGA+DLP in 2004 and the world’s brightest single-chip SXGA+DLP in 2004.

For additional details, contact Gary Plavin at projectiondesign, 1121 Edgewater Ave., Unit #4, Ridgefield, NJ 07657 (Tel: 201-943-1616) or visit www.projectiondesign.com.

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Manufacturer Inquires
Gary Plavin
projectiondesign
Telephone: 888/588-1024
Email: gary.plavin@projectiondesign.com

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Roberta Lewis
Roberta Lewis & Assoc. Public Relations
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Email: rlewis@robertalewis.com

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