Satellite MLS has been developed with WUXGA, native 4K and 8K resolutions
Digital Projection has created its Satellite Modular Laser System (MLS) to cater towards a wide variety of projection applications, from single projector installs to beaming content for complex, multi-channel applications.
The manufacturer has separated the light source from its associated power and thermal management systems, allowing for a small, compact projection head that only contains the necessary optical and video processing components. This projection head has been developed to be quiet, lightweight and to consume little power. The head and the light source are linked by fibre-optic cables that run up to 100m. This provides integrators with more installation options that might be available with a traditional projector, particularly in smaller spaces.
Satellite MLS is developed with WUXGA, native 4K and 8K resolutions, and incorporates Digital Projection’s MultiView technology. With its modular design, the manufacturer states that there can be a one-to-many or many-to-one relationships between the light sources and the projection heads. In a one-to-many relationship, a 10,000-lumen light source feeds multiple projection heads, equally splitting the luminance of each image through the life of the system. A many-to-one relationship, on the other hand, sees several 10,000-lumen Satellite MLS light modules combined to feed a single, ultra-compact projection head.