4K resolution represents the cutting edge of HD video. With 4,000 pixels, it dwarfs 1080p, while creating a picture so clear that it practically looks real. And now, 4K is available not just in screens, but projectors. A retractable screen is easier to deal with than a giant television, and 4K resolution lets you avoid the blurry, washed out images that often come from other projectors. So how can you use this technology? Here are 5 applications for 4K video projection.

Business Meetings. Video conferencing is becoming a staple of modern business. With a video linkup, you can meet with someone on the other side of the world as easily as if you were in the same room with them. But huddling over a computer screen to see someone makes things awkward and uncomfortable, especially when there are multiple people in the room. Using a 4K projector puts the meeting on a screen for everyone to see clearly and interact with just like they were face to face.
Conferences. When addressing a conference room full of people, it’s important that everyone be able to see the presentation clearly. Projection screens are often used to show the speaker close up. They can also be used to present visual aids, or even to teleconference a speaker in from a remote location. With 4K video projection, you can give everyone a clear view of everything that’s going on, even if they’re sitting in the very back of the room.
Trade Shows. When you go to a trade show, one of your main goals is to get people’s attention, so they stop by your booth to see what you have to offer. One of the best ways to do that is to play a video. […]