The lens with the world's shortest throw for 3-chip DLP™ Projectors
By mounting the newly developed ET-D75LE90 ultra short throw lens onto Panasonic's 3-chip DLP™ projector, you can shorten the projection distance by approximately 60 % compared with our ET-D75LE50 short throw lens. This huge savings in space lets you effectively use the high brightness and superb picture quality of the 3-chip DLP™ projector in places that were not previously possible.
Project a large 200-inch diagonal image from a distance of only about 1.6m
By mounting the ET-D75LE90 lens onto Panasonic's bright, 20,000-lm-class PT-DZ21K projector, you can project a large, 200-inch diagonal image from a distance of only about 1.6 m. Screen sizes of up to 600 inches diagonal are supported. By simply mounting the ET-D75LE90 lens, a remarkably wide variety of spatial applications become possible with easy, short-throw projection.
Simplified installation for large floor projection
In order to provide a sufficient projection distance to project large images onto the floor, it was previously necessary to carry out extensive installation work, such as mounting the projector on an adjacent building or onto an upper floor. The ET-D75LE90 makes it possible to project an effectively large floor image from a location near the projection plane, so the installation is greatly simplified.
Flexible installation for projection mapping
When projecting onto structures that bring the projector quite close to the projection wall, a short-throw lens alone may not provide sufficient projection distance.
Combining a projector mounted with the ET-D75LE90 lens with a projector mounted with an existing optional lens adds considerable flexibility to the installation.
Large screen projection from the ceiling to the stage floor
Large-screen projection from the ceiling or the floor becomes possible for stages that didn't have the necessary projection distance. A 3-chip DLP™ projector and the ET-D75LE90 lens is an ideal combination for art performance staging, in which high picture quality is demanded.
From floors to ceilings, to train stations
Projection from under the floor onto the floor surface, or projection onto the ceiling virtually wraps visitors in the image. Projection onto a large screen becomes possible even in places where there wasn't previously enough space for front projection. And 20,000-lm-class 3-chip DLP™ projectors can be used, so it is possible to install the system in areas with bright illumination.