|Display Development Reveals a Pair of In-Wall/In-Ceiling Projectors|
|Home Theater News DLP Front Projector News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Monday, 17 September 2012|
If you're looking to hide the audio portion of your home theater you have plenty of options, including in-wall and in-ceiling speakers. You can even hide your components by putting them in a storage closet and wiring from there or using WHDMI. Projectors, on the other hand, are big and bulky and hard to ignore. That's why Display Development created the IC-3 and IC-4 in-wall projectors.
Both of the new IC-3 and IC-4 are dual-lamp, three-chip DLP projectors that use a motorized mirror system to provide you with video without being aesthetically displeasing. The projector mounts vertically in your wall and shoots the video up towards the mirror, which then lowers into the room. When you're not using it, the mirror pulls back out of sight. "Think of the IC system as a kind of upside down periscope," says Display Development president Jim Burns.