Vivitek to Showcase its Line-Up of Home Theater & Large Venue Projectors at Cedia Expo 2011 Projectors to Demonstrate Edge-Blending and 2D-3D Conversion Technologies to Unique Home Theater Applications

Indianapolis, IN, Sept. 8th, 2011 – Vivitek Corporation, a leading manufacturer of innovative visual presentation products, will be at CEDIA EXPO 2011, Sept. 8-10, 2011, to showcase its line-up of home theater and large venue projectors for the custom installation market. From the company’s 1080p LED home cinema projector to the super-bright and robust D8300 installation projectors, Vivitek will be showcasing various applications for these products at the show.

Vivitek will introduce the H1086-3D, the company’s latest 1080p home theater projector that features 2D-3D conversion technology, as well as displays 3D content from 3D video sources via HDMI with no external box. Also to be introduced at the show is the D963 1080p crossover projector, a high-brightness multimedia projector that can be used in a variety of environments and handle demanding HD content.

“We’re pleased to be demonstrating the full array of Vivitek home theater and installation projectors,” said Christopher Yang, senior product manager at Vivitek. “By highlighting various applications, Vivitek is previewing its full line of projection solutions that meet almost any custom installation need, whether it’s a mid-sized boardroom, an over-the-top home theater set-up or a multi-projection, networked display.”


About Vivitek Corporation
Vivitek manufactures an extensive line of visual display and presentation products. The company's line of digital projection and display products incorporates the latest innovations and technologies to deliver superior products for it partners, customers and channels. Vivitek products are sold through authorized dealers, distributors, retailers and system integrators. For more information Click Here.

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