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Product Design
Published: 9 Aug 2016

Sony Projectors: Transforming Entertainment

Sony Life Space UX Collection: 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector & Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector

Sony's Life Space UX collection promises a whole new viewing experience, with two throw projectors that cater to various viewing needs.

  • 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector: With premium entertainment in mind, this handcrafted 4K projector's aim is to convert the living space into a personal cinema. The projector and speakers are housed within a customised modular cabinet unit, which utilises luxurious aluminium and wood for a refined finish. Because of the ultra-short throw lens, the unit can be placed close to a wall, and when turned on it can expand content up to 147 inches.
  • Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector: Compact and wireless, this projector transforms any surface into a viewing platform up to 80 inches wide. Aside from streaming content, a dedicated app also offers pre-set projections including clocks, weather information and image galleries. Made of easy-to-clean and high-quality materials, the white projector cube also has an inbuilt speaker, enabling usage anywhere without extra equipment.

The Life Space UX projectors provide a glimpse into changing viewing habits and the growing demand for seamless smart home-entertainment products.

Emerging technologies are opening up new immersive avenues for viewing entertainment. See CES 2016: Home Electronics for more on how the ways we watch entertainment are changing and catering to increased internet streaming. 

Pioneering applications of colour and design that engage more actively with our senses are changing the dynamics and emotional impact of spaces, imparting a sense of relaxation or energy. Read Transformative Spaces on how technology and subtle colour psychology are leading new spatial design.

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