Digital Projection will use its booth (#1642) at this year’s InfoComm from June 12-14 in Orlando, Florida, to give a technology preview of its Satellite Modular Laser System (MLS).

Satellite MLS offers a small number of simple building blocks that will allow users to address a wide range of applications, from single projector installs to complex, multi-channel domes, caves and simulators. Where RGB laser illumination used to be the preserve of only very high-end applications, the system will make this technology accessible to the wider AV market, at a cost-effective price point.

The Satellite MLS will be developed around WUXGA, Native 4K and 8K resolutions and will also incorporate Digital Projection’s MultiView technology.

The keystone of this new system is the separation of the light source, with its associated power and thermal management, to a remote location, which enables a small, compact projection head that only contains the minimal optical and video processing.

The projector head is fundamentally compact, quiet, light-weight and consumes very little power. This offers benefits at every stage of a system design, from transportation and installation to serviceability and lifespan. By separating the projection head from the light source and linking the two by robust and flexible fibre-optic cables up to 100m long, Digital Projection’s latest innovation offers the installer many more options, particularly where space and access are restricted.

Given the modular design of the system, there can be a one-to-many, or many-to-one relationship between the light sources and the projection heads.

As well as the announcement of the Satellite MLS system, InfoComm 2019 will also see Digital Projection’s Chris Axford, international sales & marketing director, undertake presenting duties at Blooloop’s attractions-themed educational sessions.