11th May 2010
The Success of a Presentation with a Digital Projector Rental
Digital Projectors are commonly used for all types of presentations, especially among business companies. Presentations that are done with these projectors are very popular, for good reasons.
Digital Projectors are commonly used for
all types of presentations, especially among business companies. Presentations
that are done with these projectors are very popular, for good reasons. Many
companies find it difficult to allocate a budget for a purchase of a digital
projector, but this does not mean that everything is lost. You can now put away
your old overhead transparency projector and use a digital projector for a
small sum of money. Due to the great demand of this equipment, many companies
now work with Digital Projector Rental, just as they hire all other types of
electronic equipment. Projectors can be rented out easily for a fair sum of
Digital projectors are the latest technology
which includes transparency projectors. The former model – the overhead
transparency projector worked by shining light through a slide or film, the
digital model projects and image directly from the computer, through a lens
onto a screen. The latest model utilises a reflective projector which provides
an excellent high image quality. This system is known as Digital Light
Processing (DLP). Most theatres use projectors that have the DLP technology.
Immaterial the size of the screen, the images are of extremely high quality.
Some Digital Projector Rental companies
believe in a fact that there is no difference between LCD and DLP
presentations, but there is some doubt on this belief.
When considering the renting out of a
digital projector, there are some things that you will need to bear in mind:
- Always remember that you will be hiring a used projector, so be
sure to give some consideration on the type of presentation that you plan
- Consider the place where the presentation is going to be made.
Whether it is a small room which could be darkened or a larger hall where
the surrounding light could be a factor?
- Will all the participants be able to see the screen, or will
you need to hire another screen?
- Check out what accessories are included in the rental. Whether
cables, extension cords, replacement bulbs etc. are included as well
- If you plan to transport the equipment, whether it is light and
- Check out whether trolleys are available, in case you need to
take the projector around
Picture quality will depend a lot on the
size of the room. Generally1000 lumens of brightness is fine for smaller
conference rooms, while large halls may require 1500-2000 lumens to overcome
the available light conditions. With this feature the presenter can have the lights
in the room, which is good for safety reasons. Data that is to be projected
should be clear and accurate. Some rentals may include a laser pointer, which
can be useful for presentations.
Before every presentation, it is best that
you set up and test all equipment. Make sure that the focus and brightness has
been adjusted. This is also possible with remote controls during the
presentations; however, it is always more comfortable when it is already done.
There is more professionalism when the presenter can smoothly carry out his
presentation, rather than concentrating on adjustments of the image.
Enjoy a successful presentation with a