LG Electronics has announced the launch of its first digital signage projector, the LG ProBeam 4K UHD (model BU70QGA).
We are told that it is suitable for a number of environments, including art galleries, exhibition spaces, corporate lobbies, retail stores, showrooms, conference halls and auditoriums and that it this new 4K digital signage projector provides sharp, impressively large images and has a peak brightness of 7,000 ANSI lumens, the highest of any LG projector to date, Ed.
LG ProBeam produces 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) resolution pictures with a 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio at sizes ranging from 40 inches all the way up to 300 inches. Its 7,000 ANSI lumens peak brightness enables the BU70QGA to deliver clear images, even in bright daylight. The projector also features a reliable laser light source, lens shift, 1.6x optical zoom, built-in wireless connectivity and an integrated camera that aids in setup and positioning.
Edge blending technology enables the seamless connection of overlapping light from two or more projectors through luminance adjustment and color correction and up to nine BU70QGA can be used together to create panoramic images and an immersive viewing experience.
Using the BU70QGA’s Auto Screen Adjustment1 feature, users can quickly calibrate the image to the projection screen and correct image distortion with just one click of a button on the included remote controller. When the projection angle does not align with the screen, LG’s sensing technology evaluates lens shift, zoom, focus as well as warp distortion and automatically adjusts the projected image for an optimized viewing experience.
The BU70QGA can also connect with LG ConnectedCare; LG’s cloud-based device management solution for LG digital signage and display devices.
LG ProBeam model BU70QGA will launch globally this month, starting in the U.S.