Projection technology and corporate businesses have had a loving and long-lasting relationship since the 1980s when affordable projectors began to spring up on the market. They have long been a great way to interact with images and information during meetings and presentations. They have been utilized in huddle rooms, corporate boardrooms, presentations areas, and large auditoriums in front of audiences of hundreds.
Today, projectors are used for a number of business applications. Videoconferencing capabilities can be set up, screen sharing and streaming of content is almost a necessity, and interactive systems like those used with smart whiteboards have become commonplace in many offices. Projectors allow for much of the same quality and capability of display screens at a fraction of the cost. Projectors are also able to soar beyond the approximate 100-inch barrier that single display screens can’t conquer.
With so many types of projectors, and with those projectors utilizing different technology and light sources within, it can be overwhelming to decide what type of your company needs. Of course, the application of the projector is important too; Is it needed for a small huddle room, a large conference room, or an auditorium? Luckily TechDecisions has researched nine considerations that you need to know before buying your company’s projection system.