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Within the Professional Displays series, it is important to have flexibility with projection whether the intent is for rental or fixed installation.
EPSON have provided many in-built functions on the Professional Display series of projection to assist with many fundamentals of single or multi-projection requirements.
Typically in this market at this current time, projectors are usually seen as a "dummy" endpoint terminal, where most of the color and calibrations are adjusted using third-party equipment and/or software. Having these functions onboard is very useful, as this reduces the amount of different equipment required to create projection mapping type effects
You can setup multiple projectors to project one large and/or wide image.
You can adjust the difference of brighntess and color tone between each projected image to create one seamless screen.
This article is for recommended guidance only, methods of setup can vary depending on experience and certain functions may not necessarily be needed.
Images from multiple projectors can be automatically adjusted to match the
settings on the projector that is set as the master projector (e.g. Screen Matching).
However, please note that the brightness of one projector may be lower than another, the
brightness will automatically be adjusted according to the least bright projector. It is recommended that the projector that is selected as the 'Master' projector matches the colour and brightness required for the multi-projection setup, taking into account the least brightest projector.
Set Light Source Mode for all projectors to Normal. You can also set
Light Source Mode to Custom, and Brightness Level to 100%.
Set Light Source Mode to Custom for the projector with the darkest projected image, and then adjust Brightness Level to the brightness you want to use. Also, you can set this projector as the master projector.
Settings - Brightness Settings - Light Source Mode - Brightness Level
The below is a summary of each step in the process of creating a multi-projection image. For more detailed information move to Tiling: Arranging the Layout.
Network - Network Configuration - Wired LAN - IP Settings
Extended - Operation - Sleep Mode
Project the same image from multiple projectors to create one large image.
You can project by using up to nine projectors
Before performing tiling, adjust the projected image so that it is a
rectangle. Also, adjust the size and focus of the images.
This section explains how to select the projector being used in Projector
Grouping, and then automatically configure the images being projected.
Location setup is performed using the inbuilt cameras at the front of
the projector. Do not block the camera or the projected images.
Select Refresh to update the list. Select Sort to sort the projector order.
The image will be positioned automatically.
When the message "Assign IDs to projectors that have been located. Do you want to continue?" is displayed, select Yes.
When setup is complete, the following screen is displayed
If the image is not located correctly, select Manual in step 6, and then follow the steps below to locate the image manually.
When tiling is complete, adjust any positional gaps and the tint of the projected images.
This section explains how to perform location settings for the image manually without performing Projector Grouping.
Row Order: Place screens from top to bottom in the order of 1, 2, 3.
Column Order: Place screens from left to right in the order of A, B, C.
When tiling is complete, adjust any positional gaps and then tint of the projected images.
Adjust the tint and brightness for multiple projectors.
When projectors are connected to a network, the tint and brightness for multiple projectors are auto adjusted based on the master projector's
When projectors are not connected to a network, or if auto adjustment does not work, you can adjust the tint and brightness for all projectors
The auto adjustment functions for Screen Matching are enabled when the
following conditions are met.
You can fine tune the overlapping areas to make a seamless screen
Before setting up edge blending and in order to increase the precision when performing adjustments, ensure the Color Mode is set to Multi-Projection.
Press the Color Mode button from the remote, then select Multi-Projection
If the guide is not clear, you can change the color of the guide in Guide Color menu.
In the example above, you need to adjust the Left Edge because you can see the overlapping areas on the left side of the image (1).
When two or more edge-blended projectors project a black image, the areas in which there is overlap will be more noticeable. The black level adjustment function will allow you to match the brightness and tone with the areas where the image does not overlap, therefore making the difference less noticable.
The areas are displayed based on the settings for Top Edge/Bottom Edge/Right Edge/Left Edge.
The selected area is displayed in orange
When multiple screens are overlapping, adjust based on the area with the most overlap (the brightest area). In the illustration below, first align (2) with (1), and then adjust so that (3) aligns with (2).
After this, if the tone for some areas do not match, adjust them by Area Correction.
Boundary lines that indicate areas where images overlap will be displayed.
The boundary lines are displayed based on the settings for Top Edge / Bottom Edge / Right Edge / Left Edge.
The selected line is displayed in orange.
The selected point is displayed in orange
To move an additional point, press the [Esc] button to return to step 12, then repeat steps 12 and 13.
To adjust another boundary line, press the [Esc] button until the screen for selecting a boundary line from step 9 is displayed.
To return Black level to its default value, press the [Esc] button to return to the screen from step 7, select [Reset], and then press the Enter button.
The scaled image function of this series allows a single image to be split into segments and then displayed as one full image across multiple projectors.
This requires the use of any of the following:
You can also perform the same operation from Scale in Signal
Auto: Automatically adjusts the clipped area according to the adjustment values in Edge Blending and Tiling. You do not need to perform any steps after step 6.
Manual: Allows you to adjust the clipped area manually.
If auto adjustment does not work for the clipped image, adjust the aspect ratio, and then select Auto.
Zoom Display: Adjusts according to the image currently displayed.
Full Display: Adjusts according to the projector's panel size (the maximum area in which an image can be displayed).
Select the adjustment method with the [UP]/[DOWN] buttons, then adjust
using the [LEFT]/[RIGHT] buttons.
-+: Enlarges or reduces an image horizontally and vertically at the
Scale Vertically: Enlarges or reduces an image vertically.
Scale Horizontally: Enlarges or reduces an image horizontally.
Adjust the coordinates and size of each image while viewing the screen.
You can check the displayed area after clipping for the entire image from Clip Range.
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