Display Development Announces a pair of In-Ceiling/In-Wall Projectors

Posted Wed Sep 19, 2012 at 11:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward

The IC-3 and IC-4 stay hidden until you need to use them, and even then they're pretty subtle.

When you're going for that minimalist looks, in-wall and in-ceiling speakers are a great way to do it. Projectors muck things up a bit though. They're not exactly the easiest thing to hide, and you can't just shove them behind something like with a subwoofer. The IC-3 and IC-4 from Display Development are different. They're designed specifically to stay out of the way until they're needed.

"Think of the IC system as a kind of upside down periscope," explains Display Development president Jim Burns. "The projector remains stationary in the ceiling [or wall] which means it is always hidden and silent. When the system is turned on only the optical portion of the system is lowered into the room."

Source: Electronic House

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Tags: In-Wall Projectors, In-Ceiling Projectors, Display Development, Projectors (all tags)