The world’s first compact, full-color liquid crystal video projector, was announced in September 1988 developed by Epson.
The projector used liquid crystal panels instead of the traditional cathode-ray tube to present a picture in a compact format. One of the features enabling this level of compactness was the light source: a small but powerful halogen lamp that was both easy to replace and inexpensive.
Epson has since established itself as a projection industry leader.
At Epson, in the modern age, they strive to create environmentally-conscious products that are reliable, recyclable and energy efficient. They are eliminating harmful substances, using LED light sources, creating efficient packaging and more.
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