Sony Brilliant Ultra Short 4K Projector

Sony Brilliant Ultra Short 4K Projector

LSPX-W1S

4k ultra throw projector

Bringing extraordinary experience home

   With a Sony 4K ultra Brilliant short throw projector any ordinary rooms come alive with extraordinary viewing experiences. Introducing a new system designed to be a welcome presence in interior architecture and your life.

New adventures in another world

   Sony has enlivened routines and user experiences through many products over the years, but this time, our approach builds on your living room itself. As we studied rooms of all kinds, it renewed our appreciation of how rooms set the scene for entertainment. Building on existing elements such as walls or tables seemed a promising way to reveal unseen potential in your own home. And as we sought to tap this potential, it inspired a new approach to the user experience — Life Space UX.

   We began by considering the potential of living room walls. Wouldn’t it be exciting to use walls as vast display surfaces? It would surely transform a room’s ambience. Inspired, we looked into combining short-range projection with 4K imaging. Development of a 4K ultra short throw projector was soon underway.

Linking the ordinary and extraordinary

   Start up the LSPX-W1S, and expansive 147-inch images cover the wall. The viewing experience is immersive and striking, as what was once an ordinary wall becomes a portal to another world.

   When it’s on, the unobtrusive projector invites you to lose yourself in what you’re watching. When it’s off, it both preserves and admirably enhances the interior ambiance, as you would expect. In design, we linked the ordinary and extraordinary, in a projector that’s a welcome presence in interior architecture and your life. A goal was to satisfy these conflicting needs – exciting you when on, yet quietly complementing the room when off – through design that’s perfectly natural.

Setting the right tone in the symphony of a room

   Visually, the system had to strike a pleasant chord in rooms when off. Imagine a series of layers, rising gradually from the floor. Layers of pure aluminum resembling stacked slates make the front airy and rhythmic. The brushed metal finish on the ends of these linear fins reveals the natural beauty of the aluminum. Look closely, and you’ll also notice a subtle reflection of the floor. This helps the system match its surroundings better.

   In coloring as well, the system was designed to go well with walls and other elements of rooms. A white satin finish softens the impression it makes. There’s also a practical edge to the linear structure, which improves ventilation (as required by projectors), speaker clarity, and wireless/IR connectivity. Many design details such as these satisfy aesthetic and structural needs to make the system a welcome addition to any room environment.

Projecting an exquisite sense of presence 

   “I remember how excited I was the first time I saw a prototype of a 4K ultra short throw projector. I viewed it as my mission in design to make the user’s first impression just as memorable. We eliminated unnecessary elements to let the projector speak for itself. Our choice of materials, quality of finishes, and how gracefully the parts move required great attention to detail. The projector shows exquisite balance by complementing rooms while remaining quietly assertive. It sets the scene in a wholly new way.”

Tsujita, designer

 

   Life Space UX is a new approach to the user experience that taps the potential of interiors.
   Home environments hold many possibilities, and we hope you’ll explore them with us.

{ Source: Sony Corporation }

 

Price: $50,000.00

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