Ultra short throw projectors are mostly used for business and education, but with the latest technology, it´s possible to find quality 4K HDR projectors for a good price that can be used for home entertainment setup as well.
ILUMME 4K LED Projector
ILUMEE is trying to be one of these projectors. It is a 4K LED projector with an extremely short throw rate of 0.2:1 that comes with an ultimate wide-angle lens, letting you place it just 4.3 inches from the wall and filling a screen as large as 100”.
What does it mean? One of the differences between projectors is the so-called trow rate, a term that defines how far from the screen you have to put the projector to get an image. Ultra short throw projectors (UST) can display an image of up to 100-inches from about 0.6m (2 feet) or less. This is great because they are so close to the displayed image that nobody will create shadows on it. Find more about this topic here.
While the ultra short throw rate is impressive, the ILUMME is also designed to show you a very bright image even in direct sunlight and can deliver 4K Ultra HD detailed images with interesting clarity and 8.3 million pixels.
ILUMME 4K LED Projector Features:
- Throw Ratio: 0.2:1
- Native Resolution: 3840 x 2160
- Screen Size: 70″ – 150″
- Light Source Life: 30,000 hrs
- Built-in Speakers: 2x 10W
- Connectivity: 2x HDMI, 3x USB, WiFi
For more information on the 4K LED projector and check out the official campaign on Kickstarter, where can you get the ILUMEE with an early bird discount of 45% off the recommended retail price.
Designer: Yoton Technology
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Image credit: Yoton Technology, Kickstarter
ILUMEE is a crowd-funded project that has no guarantee of succeeding. This article is not an official promotion of the ILUMEE, and we at Nechstar are not responsible if the project does not succeed through crowdfunding. We are trying to introduce our audience with interesting projects that have a high chance of success, but you, the reader, assume all responsibility by pledging your money to this project. Note: This article may contain affiliate links.