Sydney, Nov 2: In a world where innovation is the key to progress, two remarkable technological advancements are making their mark.
Brother International Australia introduces a game-changing line of compact printers designed for homes and small offices.
Simultaneously, the Powerhouse Museum unveils an extraordinary installation, “Atmospheric Memory,” brought to life with state-of-the-art Epson projectors.
These two developments represent cutting-edge solutions that aim to redefine the way we work, create, and interact with our surroundings.
Join us as we delve into the compact yet powerful world of Brother’s printers and step into the immersive realm of the Powerhouse Museum’s Epson-equipped masterpiece.
Brother’s Compact Printer Ranges
Leading printer manufacturer, Brother International Australia, is excited to introduce two game-changing printer ranges for home and small offices.
The Compact Monochrome Laser range is designed for efficiency, offering print speeds of up to 34ppm, 2-sided (duplex) printing, and a 50-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) to save time.
This compact range provides high-quality outputs and cost savings with separate drum and toner units and super high-yield replacement toners. It also enhances workflows with automation and print management solutions, improving business processes and security.
Meanwhile, the Compact Colour Laser range combines professional performance with fast print speeds and minimal maintenance.
It delivers quiet printing and robust reliability for uncompromised performance.
Stefanie Matthews, Marketing Manager at Brother International Australia, praised the compact design with a big performance, emphasizing its suitability for modern work environments.
Both ranges offer industry-standard security features to protect user data, with options for tailored solutions from leading software vendors.
Powerhouse Museum’s Epson Projectors
The Powerhouse Museum presents the breathtaking Atmospheric Memory installation, featuring Epson projectors. This immersive experience combines historical artefacts with cutting-edge technologies, such as AI, robotics, 3D printing, and more. Visitors can touch the world’s first 3D-printed speech bubble, interact with colossal 360-degree projection chambers, and see their voices travel in a ripple tank.
The choice of projectors for this monumental installation was clear to the museum’s media technologies manager, Owen Conlan, who selected Epson for its brightness, flexibility, and image quality.
Epson’s EB-PU2220B projectors, equipped with ELPLU03S lenses, provided the required brightness, blending capabilities, and image adjustment for the installation.
These projectors, networked and computer-controlled, run seven days a week, up to ten hours per day. The Powerhouse Museum’s choice of Epson projectors not only met their immediate needs but also laid the foundation for future large-scale installations, thanks to their unmatched image quality, functionality, and reliability.
In a nutshell, Brother’s Compact Printers and Powerhouse Museum’s Epson Projectors are redefining efficiency in both office and artistic spaces, providing quality and performance that exceeds expectations.
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