Polaris 4K UHD Ultra Short Throw Laser TV Is The Future Of Streaming
The Polaris 4k UHD Ultra Short Throw Laser TV Boasts a 200 Inch Display and Full 3d Dolby Sound Immersion.
If we have learned anything this year with all the closings, hopefully it has been the need to become more independent, both in our work and relaxation.
The Polaris 4k UHD Ultra Short Throw Laser TV by Bomaker takes the step of bringing the cinemas home to you delivering a stunning imagery and immersive viewing experience.
The Polaris ultra short throw projector casts up to a 200 inch screen in 4k UHD all from less than 3 ft away. The 100 inch screen can be displayed from just 10 inches. Choose your perfect screen size between 85-200 inches of your favorite show.
With RGB Tri-Color technology, 3 individual lasers convey vivid pictures with precise color accuracy with extraordinary contrast delivered through 8.3 million pixels (3840 x 2160, through a high end Ricoh lens.
Tthe cinematic experience comes through with invigoratingly crisp images, intensely realistic colors, and 4x more indepth detail.
The Polaris Polaris 4k UHD Ultra Short Throw Laser TV is equipped with MEMC motion compensation that intelligently creates and inserts imaging enhancing frames into the original footage producing smooth action regardless of the speed of your video.
What makes the Polaris 4k UHD Ultra Short Throw Laser TV an all immersive experience is the built in Dolby DD+ Surround Sound Bluetooth Audio Stream Bar with full 3D audio immersion while viewing your favorite show, movie, or sporting event.
What’s a Short Throw Projector?
A short throw projector is a projector that can cast an image or video onto a screen from as little as 3 to 8 feet away.
An Ultra short throw projector can project the predictable screen sizes between a distance of 0-4 feet from the screen surface.
The advantage of a short throw projector is that you can adjust between screen sizes for your preferred size and the video projection is reflected to your eyes as opposed to casting direct blue light into your eyes.