12 January 2012

Luminus demos latest technology at CES, from 50lm pico projector to 4000lm hybrid projector

At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2012) in Las Vegas (10-13 January), Luminus Devices Inc of Billerica, MA, USA, which manufactures PhlatLight (photonic lattice) LEDs for illumination applications, is demonstrating the latest projector products illuminated by its projection chipsets.

In room C202 of the Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center, invited visitors can see a side-by-side demonstration featuring an LED projector with brightness comparable to a traditional lamp-based projector rated at 2200 ANSI lumens. Confirming its focus on higher-brightness mainstream projectors targeted at business and education markets, the firm is also displaying a 4000lm hybrid LED/laser projector based on its latest red and blue LED technology.

In the ultra-portable projectors category, Luminus is demonstrating several projectors rated at a performance of up to 500lm as well as a technology demonstration previewing the next generation of products.

“The latest advances in brightness of our Big Chip LEDs continue to bring all the benefits LEDs have to offer to more segments and applications within the projection space, now including mainstream data projection,” says Stephane Bellosguardo, director of Global Product Marketing, Display Business Group. “Through sustained R&D investment and product innovation, Luminus is now demonstrating that we are well positioned to expand in the mainstream front projector market, which is forecast to grow to over 9 million units per year by 2013.”

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