The ultra-short-throw laser is less likely to be scattered due to the short optical path. It could project a 100-inch or larger image just a foot or so away from the screen. Generally, it’s designed for placement on a tabletop or shelf between the couch and the wall or screen with a convenient form factor.
Another noticeable benefit of an ultra-short throw projector is that the limitation of space can almost be ignored. No matter how narrow the space is, a large and accurate picture can be projected. What’s more, you don’t need to worry that the projection screen will be blocked if you walk in front of the screen.
So, how to choose your ultra short throw projector? A laser UST projector may be a better choice If you are meanwhile looking for projection with bright pictures, good color contrast, and an instant home theater setup.
True laser technology is a boon for ultra-short throw projectors. To highlight the quality of color in the ultra-short throw projection, the Casiris A6 projector is powered by CASIRIS three primary lasers, where the colors meet a wide gamut that fully reaches BT.2020 color gamut ultrahigh-definition. We know ITU-R Recommendation BT.2020, more commonly known by the abbreviations Rec. 2020 or BT.2020, is a wider color space than Rec 709, which is the current industry standard for HD. Rec 2020 promises more brilliant images, though only new display technology is able to show these.
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