Optoma, a global manufacturer of video display products, has announced its latest commercial solution: The ProScene ZU860 projector.
Designed for large venues, Optoma says integrators can install the projector in environments that include museums, auditoriums, large-meeting rooms and houses of worship. According to the company, the ProScene ZU860 produces up to 8,500 lumens of brightness, and the projector is its first product with UXGA interchangeable lenses that supports 4K inputs.
Some of the other options that Optoma offers is multiple lens options, integrated image warping and blending, four-corner adjustment, lens memory position, motorized lens shift, zoom and focus, tilt-free 360-degree and portrait-mode operation.
The ProScene ZU860 projector also incorporates HDMI 2.0, HDBaseT and 3G-SDI inputs to provide integrators a choice of digital connection options.
In addition, the projector features LAN and RS-232 to enable control via Crestron, Extron, AMX or Telnet.