The ultra short throw projector is the next major advancement in projector technology. Ultra short throw projetor virtually eliminates shadows and eye glare, this type of throw is seen from projectors installed on the wall, the ceiling nearer to a wall, or a table projecting downwards. Ultra-short throw projection refers to a distance between 0 to 4 feet away from projector to screen, VAVA 4k ultra short throw projetor can project from a distance of just 7.2 inches, there’s nothing that will come between the projector and the screen, allowing for epic views with ZERO blockage.
In the past, people didn’t have to deal with room space issues, so they were able to project content on giant screens. In today’s world, every country has a large population and room are getting smaller. Therefore, people who install projectors in their rooms have become a problem because they don’t have more space. So ultra short throw projector solve this problem so that people won’t have any while using the projector for home entertainment.
Let’s take a look at the pros of ultra short throw projectors:
1. 100″ image within 3ft of screen, better use of all available lumens,
2. It minimizes the cost as you won’t have to spend a lot of money on buying extension cables especially for HDMI which is very costly.
3. Better for a non light controlled enviroment. Ambient light has less effect on screen.
4. It can achieve a highly bright image with immense clarity from low lumens number which is not possible when using a standard projector.
5. It can be installed close to screen. So doesn’t dazzle your eyes with shiny lights from the lens which often affects the health of the eye.
6. No matter house large the apartment or house/ room.
Ultra short throw projector have lenses that can create a much larger picture from shorter distances. So means less room between the projector and the screen means less room for people to get in the way of the projectors light. This is the biggest advantage. So whether to consider VAVA 4k ultra short throw laser projector? You can get more information about VAVA projector at here.