Global LCoS Projector Market 2015-2019
About LCoS projectors
LCoS projectors are a hybrid of DLP and LCD technology with features from both technologies, i.e., they use three panels as used in 3LCD projectors and use reflective principle of light as in DLP projectors. Initially invented by JVC in the late 1990s the technology was lately brought into the market commercially in 2006 by Canon and Sony. Canon calls its LCoS projectors with the brand name REALis projectors and Sony calls it SXRD, while JVC calls its D-ILA.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global LCoS projectors market to grow at a CAGR of 25.49% over the period 2014-2019.
Covered in this report
The report covers the current scenario and the growth prospects of the global LCoS projectors market for 2015-2019. The market is driven by high growth rate of pico LCoS projectors as compared to installation LCoS projectors.
Based on end-users, the LCoS projectors market has been divided into the following segments:
Technavio Announces the Publication of its Research Report – Global LCoS Projectors Market 2015-2019
Technavio recognizes the following companies as the key players in the Global LCoS Projectors Market: 3M, Canon, JVC and Sony
Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: AAXA Technologies Inc., ACER, AIPTEK InternationaL, BenQ, HITACHI Digital Media Group, Light Blue Optics, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Toshiba, and WowWee Group.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from Technavio’s team said: “Ultra-short throw and short throw projectors are emerging as the new series of projectors that are able to project on screen with a very small throw, as small as 1.5 feet. These projectors are increasingly being used in offices and places where space is a constraint.”
According to the report, one of the leading drivers for the global LCoS projectors market is the increasing adoption of LCoS technology because of its best-in-class projection features. There has been increased adoption of LCoS projectors in home theatres, commercial use, and hospital and radiology labs for medical education.
Further, the report states that the availability of cheaper technology like DLP and LCD projectors will still be a challenge as many customers prefer less expensive projectors.
Bellco Glass, Corning Glass, CRYTALGEN, DURAN, Kimble, VITLAB, Baidefu, Brand, Citotest, Eppendorf, Kirgen, Kartell, SPL Life Sciences, Shiv Dial Sud & Sons, Wheaton.