eXtensions - Monday 13 March 2017

iF Design Award 2017 for Epson EB-L25000U 3LCD Laser Projector

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By Graham K. Rogers


Epson has announced that its EB-L25000U high-brightness 3LCD laser projector has been named an IOF Design Award winner in an award ceremony held in Munich, Germany, on March 10.

EB-L25000U Criteria assessed when making the award include practicability, workmanship, consideration of environmental standards, degree of elaboration and innovation, functionality, usability, safety, aesthetics, and universal design.

The press release from Epson quoted Hiroaki Sakai, general manager of Epson's Imaging Products Design Department: "We are putting a lot of effort into creating designs that merge outstanding usability with stylishness. Critical to this process are the insights we gain by visiting customers in the field."

He added, "I think the jury panel appreciated that the EB-L25000U has the toughness, safety features, and reliability required by professionals. We are committed to listening to customers and providing uncompromising designs."

Designed for outdoor uses, such as exhibition halls, concert halls, and other large venue applications, Epson's EB-L25000U has the usability and installation flexibility required by staging professionals with its new cooling system and a sealed, smoke-proof optical engine allowing it to be used in harsh staging conditions.

More information is available from the Epson site

Graham K. Rogers teaches at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University in Thailand. He wrote in the Bangkok Post, Database supplement on IT subjects. For the last seven years of Database he wrote a column on Apple and Macs. He is now continuing that in the Bangkok Post supplement, Life. He can be followed on Twitter (@extensions_th)



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