What exactly was it on the screen, that got these guys’ attention?
3D soccer balls, to be exact 😛
They were watching / experiencing flying soccer balls from a 3D soccer trailer, projected by Epson EH-TW8000, one of the 3 projectors available that night.
The EH-TW8000 allows users to experience brilliant images, easy conversion of 2D movies or images into 3D for a cinematic experience (no loss in quality based on my experience), at the comfort of their living room. And of course, works as a projector for work purposes (doh! :P)
Not forgetting a comfortable 3D glasses (battery powered)(IMO), which proved much more comfortable than the ones we wore, at cinemas. As for how long is the battery life of the glasses, that’s something I would really like know. Pretty much on par, in terms of price, with those 40″ LCD TVs but definitely more portable.
Good for large family gatherings and soccer nights, eh? 😛
As for Epson EB-435W, is made for ease of use for presentation in small meeting rooms and even classrooms. It can double up as an interactive whiteboard as well, which means you can doodle or write without having to bring markers everywhere. That means light, portable and less hassle.
And lastly, Epson MG-850HD, which happened to be some of our tech boys / guys’ favorite, as it’s an all-rounder projector (for work & home entertainment), with a docking system for Apple products (compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod).
Do i hear a ‘Yippee?!’ 🙂
Not just presentations made easy, since you can just save everything on your phone or iPad, it works great for videos (decent sound quality) and photos too.
We tested it with Genghui’s iPad, viewing his Eclipse photos (enlarged by 12times, shifted to weird angles but adjustable and still projected clear images) and for video, Achmed the Dead Terrorist youtube video (based on quality of video, it was pretty decent and on board speaker was pretty good).
Oh and it’s light too, 3.9kg.
Tempting, tempting 🙂
Summary: all rounder and lightweight
Many thanks to the friendly team from Epson Singapore and XPR, for the invite to their first Epson blogger engagement and photos for keepsake 🙂
And my apologies for this verrrrry late post :X
Photo credits – XPR