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Digital Projection Adds Director of Simulation and Visualization

Phil Laney brings over 13 years of experience selling display products and integrated display solutions. 
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Digital Projection Inc. (DPI) has appointed Phil Laney as director of Simulation and Visualization. Laney brings over 13 years of experience selling display products and integrated display solutions for flight simulation, maritime simulation, fire arms simulation, air traffic control simulation, driving simulation and planetarium applications. He also has an additional seven years of IT support-related experience.

Digital Projection has invested more than two years developing new products and new capabilities to deliver solutions specifically for the visualization and simulation markets. Some of these products and solutions, such as DPI’s line of TITAN and LIGHTNING 3D projection systems, are already available, while more are expected in 2010. Laney will lend his insight to the further development of these channel-specific display solutions, as well as manage and support DPI’s Simulation and Visualization channels.

“Phil has been involved in the precision display industry for more than 14 years, with a specific focus on the simulation and visualization markets,” said DPI president Mike Levi. “He is acutely familiar with the highest performance projection technologies, as well as the wide array of components that go into creating superior display solutions for these fascinating applications. We have no doubt that he will be a great asset to both the company and our customers.”

Founded in 1989, Digital Projection International (DPI) has been instrumental in the development and application of Digital Light Processing technology by Texas Instruments for projection systems. DPI introduced the world’s first 3-chip DLP projector in 1997.

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