By separating the projector head from the laser light engine, Digital Projection’s new Satellite Modular Laser System is smaller, lighter, and quieter; fits into spaces other projectors can’t.  

(Kennesaw, Georgia) January 25, 2023 – Digital Projection International broadens its portfolio of leading-edge residential and commercial video projection systems with the addition of several advanced projection designs and technologies that deliver a host of compelling performance and installation benefits to AV integrators and end-users. Arguably one of the most important developments in projection solutions since the advent of the laser light source is Digital Projection’s revolutionary Satellite MLS (Modular Laser System). It rounds out DPI’s comprehensive projector line-up, which includes innovative and highly immersive viewing solutions such as the world’s brightest 1-Chip DLP® projector M-Vision 27000, as well as the mighty TITAN Laser range of projectors and highly versatile direct-view LED displays serving a myriad of applications. Many of these projection systems will be showcased in the Digital Projection stand #3K800 at ISE 2023, January 31 – February 3 in Barcelona. 

 Digital Projection’s Satellite MLS Technology Breaks Convention with Two-Piece Design
Challenging the outdated view from the rest of the projection industry, Digital Projection has turned the concept of performance-to-size ratio by developing a 3-chip DLP technology that works well with both smaller and more powerful projectors. Offering significant benefits at every stage of a system design, its Satellite MLS separates the light source from the small, lightweight projector ‘head,” giving integrators greater installation freedom and flexibility, particularly when space and access are tight. To put the size and weight benefits of the two-piece design into perspective, Digital Projection’s Titan S-MLS weighs just 81 pounds compared to the 200-pound heft of most other projectors. The chassis of Digital Projection’s HIGHlite S-MLS, meanwhile, measures 83% smaller than the older integrated version of the projector. The MLS’s innovative modular design also enables integrators to minimize noise and heat generated by placing the laser light engine away from the audience. The separate projection head and light source are linked by a robust and flexible fiber optic cable up to 100 meters long, Digital Projection’s latest innovation offers integrators and systems designers more flexibility and options to deploy advanced visual solutions, while making high-end RGB laser illumination accessible to a broader range of customers at a cost-effective price point. 

 Digital Projection’s 1-Chip M-Vision 27000 Inches Closer to 3-Chip Price Point 
True to its commitment to offer ever-closer 3-Chip DLP performance at a 1-Chip DLP price point, the new M-Vision 27000 packs the most advanced technologies to deliver stunningly saturated colors at unprecedented levels of brightness.  

 Digital Projection Leverages Video Mapping Technologies
Digital Projection partners with VIOSO at ISE 2023 in a stunning video mapping showcase. VIOSO’s latest ground-breaking multi-playback warping and blending technology is integrated into more than 30 software- and hardware tools on the AV market, including select Digital Projection projectors. Together, Digital Projection and VIOSO will demonstrate via a free-floating projection dome how pairing a high-performance projector with video mapping technology brings a new visual twist to the AV market.  

Digital Projection’s Direct View LEDs Offer Outstanding Visual Versatility
Providing a range of performance and price levels from 0.7mm fine-pitch indoor to 10mm outdoor, Digital Projection offers superior custom-integrated solutions with its Radiance LED Series.  While specifications differ across the line, every display in the Radiance family delivers consistently bright and vivid imagery, stunning color saturation and contrast, thin mounting profiles, wide viewing angles and silent operation suitable for any commercial and high-end residential AV application.   

 For more information about Digital Projection’s latest video projection products and technologies, as well as its complete line-up of innovative, cutting-edge imaging solutions, please visit 

 About Digital Projection International
Founded in 1989, Digital Projection International has been instrumental in the development and application of Digital Light Processing™ (DLP) technology by Texas Instruments for projection systems. Digital Projection introduced the world’s first 3-chip DLP® projector in 1997, and has since delivered expert system engineering and world-class customer services, thus maintaining its position as a digital imaging pioneer. Digital Projection’s ground-breaking projection research and development has garnered the admiration of industry professionals around the world. This has earned the company many awards, including two Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Digital Projection remains the first and only projector manufacturer to win the coveted award. 

 About VIOSO
Founded in 2007, VIOSO is a leading provider of blending, warping and video mapping software solutions for system integrators and event professionals. VIOSO’s patented core technology offers reliable and user-friendly auto-alignment for applications where multiple projectors are required. With over 500 successful projects to date, VIOSO serves a number of specialized industries including AV integration, simulation, visitor attractions and dome projection. The company prides itself on offering the best solutions for complex visual projects. 

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