The Vivitek DH758UST (w WM-3) Full HD Ultra-short Throw Projector with WM-3 leads the industry in high-resolution ultra-short throw projection. Equipped with an array of connection options and MHL functionality, built-in stereo 10W speakers, and 7,000-hour lamp life (in Dynamic Eco mode), the Vivitek DH758UST (w WM-3) provides up to 3,500 ANSI Lumens of high-brightness and an outstanding contrast ratio of 10,000:1 for an amazing displayed image. It is backed by a leading 5-year warranty and a minimum of 3-year advanced replacement, as standard.
The DH758UST (w WM-3) projector also offers a large 88" to 110" image from an ultra-short distance and delivers a perfect presentation without shadow obstruction and light glare in the presenter’s eyes. It can easily be mounted with the provided wall-mount bracket.
Short throw and extreme short throw projector
Short throw and extreme short throw projectors enable users to bring big, breathtaking images into small, intimate spaces, without any obstructing shadows from presenters. Requiring only minimal distance from a screen to operate, these projectors are perfect for cozy home theaters and classrooms.
The Vivitek DH758UST comes equipped with all the connectivity for your educational needs: two (2) VGA-in, VGA-out for monitor loop through, Composite Video, S-Video, HDMI v1.4 (x2, MHL included with HDMI 1), USB Power, USB (service) and RJ45/Rs232C for integration and system administration.
DLP (Digital Light Processing) is a display technology from Texas Instruments (TI). The technology inside is often referred to as DMD (Digital Micro-Mirrors). It consists of an array of mirrors where each mirror represents a pixel element.
For example, a high-definition DLP projector or rear projector with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution would have over 2 million tiny mirrors. Each mirror is attached to an electronically driven hinge that controls the amount of colored light that is reflected from.
BrilliantColor from Texas Instruments is a multi-color processing technology that produces vibrant images. BrilliantColor technology uses up to six colors, instead of just the three primary colors, red, green and blue, to improve color accuracy and brightens secondary colors.
A projector that is 3D Ready can accept a 120Hz frame-sequential 3D signal from a computer. These projectors are not compatible with the HDMI 1.4 3D specification used on 3D Blu-ray players and set-top boxes. 3D ready uses DLP Link Technology from Texas Instruments.
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface that supports audio/video sources such as a set-top box, DVD player, A/V receiver, and video monitors such as a digital projector or digital television (DTV). HDMI is backward compatible with DVI 1.0 specification and supports HDCP.