MADRID, 5 Jan. (Portaltic/EP) –
XGIMI has presented ISA 2.0 intelligent screen adaptation technology with which it intends to make it easier for users to use projectors at home, with solutions that help them find the best surface for projection and avoid eye damage if they look at the light source.
The brand of laser projectors and televisions has brought its new technology to the CES fair in Las Vegas (United States), where it has detailed that with it it seeks ease of use of the projector, for which it is based on automatic and smooth keystone correction, seamless autofocus, intelligent eye protection.
ISA 2.0 technology is capable of Correct focus precisely and avoid dropouts thanks to the high-precision 3D ToF and CMOS solution. It also detects any presence and immediately dims the light so the user’s eyes are protected, even if they accidentally look into the projector’s light source.
The smart alignment function XGIMI’s Screen Protector automatically identifies the projector screen and adjusts to each edge. This eliminates the need to manually set the corners, as the company has pointed out in a statement.
ISA 2.0 too avoid obstacles intelligently, a function already incorporated in the original ISA technology which, through a screen detection algorithm, identifies obstacles in the projection area.
However, the innovation of this 2.0 technology is that when performing keystone correction, the screen will also accurately avoid wall obstacles such as pictures and other decorations while automatically finds a more suitable projection surface.
XGIMI has also presented at CES the new MoGo 2 Pro projector, portable design and ISA 2.0 technology. The projection size can reach 200 inches with a brightness of more than 350 ISO lumens, with 1080p Full HD resolution and HDR 10 support.