National Museum of Natural Science – Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park Presents History with BenQ
Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park has protected a section of the fault line from the devastating 921 earthquake that occurred in 1999. The preservation park required a powerful projector that could, for educational purposes, represent historic geologic information regarding the fault line. The environment is rugged and suffers from airborne dust and high humidity year round, the park would need a tough projector that could withstand the environmental conditions.
BenQ’s PX9710 was a DLP projector designed to tolerate and excel in rugged climates. With a nearly-sealed outer body, and a dense internal filter, the PX9710 is double protected from areas with high levels of dust and airborne dirt.
Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park felt confident with BenQ’s PX9710. Not only is the structure of the device solid and durable, but its high-capacity bulb allowed for a sustained image quality that ensured visitors would be entertained day in and day out.
Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park
Install projectors to display fault line and earthquake information for tourists at the Chelungpu Fault Preservation Park.
BenQ Large Venue Projector PX9710