BlueCore Laser Technology
Revolutionary BlueCore Laser Technology
The world’s No.1 DLP brand BenQ expands its full line of innovative BlueCore laser projectors with LK953ST, for fixed lens installation, enabling powerful visual communication in museums or other venues for simulated trainings.
4K UHD Image Quality for Flawless Presentation with Subtle Details
LK953ST produces 4K UHD 3840 x 2160 resolution with 8.3 million distinct pixels for each frame to achieve CTA’s standard, and it utilizes the revolutionary 0.47” single-DMD DLP technology to maximize the projector’s sleek, compact profile for museums or other venues for simulated trainings. With four times the resolution of Full HD 1080p, 4K UHD delivers awe-inspiring clarity and crisply defined details.
Superb Image Details and Color Integrity from DLP Technology
To avoid inherent alignment issues of multiple panels , which can be more serious when projecting 4K content, BenQ LK953ST 4K Laser Projector preserves color and image integrity with the single DMD DLP technology. Generating razor-sharp images and pure colors, LK953ST eliminates problems such as blurriness, shadowing, and interference patterns for immaculate clarity.
Hyper-Realistic Video Quality Empowered by HDR 10 Technology
Supercharged by HDR10 support with BenQ’s exclusive Auto HDR Color Rendition, LK953ST’s high Dynamic Range performance offers greater brightness, contrast range, and image optimization in a single step, bringing out every detail in 4K content for superior video display.
Optimize Image Quality with 4K Image Amplifying Technology
To ensure the best image quality, BenQ LK953ST adopts the cutting-edge 4K Image Amplifying Technology to further enhance the quality of projected images. LK953ST automatically upgrades the resolution of all projected images to 4K, guaranteeing superb image details. Additionally, LK953ST also comes with Pixel Enhancer 4K, a motion-adaptive edge enhancement feature that detects changes in the color between an object and its background to produce sharp edges and precise surface textures.
DLP Technology for Lasting Vibrant Color
BenQ BlueCore laser projectors are based on the absolute reliability of the 1-chip DLP design. The highly durable DLP chip can last over 100,000 hours without degradation, ensuring true-to-life colors and pristinely legible text over countless uses.
High Brightness Vivid Clarity in Bright Ambient Environments
LK953ST’s 5000lm high brightness produces wondrous displays in bright, compact exhibition spaces with superb image quality.
Laser-Powered Ultra-High Contrast
LK953ST laser projector creates strikingly clear images with stratospherically high 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio for true deep blacks, vivid rich colors and fine subtle details. LK953ST also features spontaneous response, requiring no wait to turn on or resume from blanking in true black for flexible performance capability.
Digital HDMI Output for Multi-Screen Projection
In exhibition spaces and public venues, multiple projected screens can capture the audience’s imagination with immersive viewing experiences. Two projectors can also be stacked to double the brightness for a single image. Conventional projectors provide an analog-signal VGA output, which can decay due to transmission distance. BenQ LK953ST delivers a perfect digital signal via HDMI output directly from projector to projector or other display devices with no signal degradation for intensely bright stacked projection and beautifully mirrored multiple displays in showrooms, professional exhibits, and trade shows.
*Supports resolution up to 4K 30p
DICOM X-ray Imaging
DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine) is a standard for handling, storing, printing and transmitting medical imaging information. DICOM Simulation Mode is ideal for viewing grayscale medical images, such as X-rays, with an advanced grayscale level for training and educational purposes.
Short-Throw Design for Unobstructed Viewing Without Space Constraints
Producing larger-than-life images in tight spaces with a 0.8 short-throw ratio, LK953ST eliminates distracting shadows and glare for viewers to focus on the projected content while enjoying immersive viewing experiences during simulated trainings.
360° Rotation Projection
BenQ LK953ST can be tilted vertically at any angle, allowing projection onto ceilings, walls, floors, or angled signage to fulfill any projection demand.
Big Zoom and Lens Shift for Flexible Installation
LK953ST’s wide zoom range and horizontal/vertical lens shift systems can perfectly align images in any challenging venue such as when lights or vents are located at the ceiling mount site. Lens shift can move projected images up and down by 60% of screen height or left and right by 23% of screen width. The 1.1X big zoom feature offers a wide range of throw distances to significantly increase installation flexibility for diverse mounting options in various public display scenarios.
Wired Remote Control
Wired Remote Control offers projector installers and IT managers extra set-up convenience and ease of operation. The added wired control functionality makes the device a dependable choice for projector installation adjustment.
Designate Remote Control ID to Projector for Independent Control
Installers and IT managers can assign a specific remote control ID to each projector, avoiding signal interference and unintentional changes when installing multiple projectors in a venue.
Bottom Surface Grip Design
LK953ST is designed with grips on its bottom surface to easily and safely transport the projector during installation or moving from one venue to another.
Center of Gravity Mark on Case Bottom
Embedded with a small but helpful detail, the bottom of the projector is marked with the center of gravity to make installation even easier.
Laser Light Creates Value Over Time
BenQ BlueCore projectors feature laser light sources guaranteed for 20,000 hours of maintenance-free operation, saving costs for lamp replacement and maintenance. Based on the average brightness cut-off of typical long-life lamps, BlueCore’s value exceeds that of 10 lamp replacements over the life of the projector.