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Epson Continues Partnership with Printed and Projection Mapped Content at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History


Epson today announced it is a global sponsor of the 2018 Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards Exhibition for the seventh consecutive year. As the exclusive Printer and Paper Partner for the ongoing exhibition, Epson's professional printing technology allows visitors to enjoy the "very best" in outdoor photography, celebrating the rich beauty and diversity of nature.

In addition, Epson is integrating projection mapping and large-scale projector imagery at the invitation-only awards ceremony and reception that will be held in the Rotunda at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History on Thursday, Nov. 15. The new 20,000 lumen Epson Pro L20000U laser projector, designed for the rigors of live events, will be used for the first time in the United States to create brilliant, colorful displays during the private evening event to showcase the award-winning photography on a large-scale

"Continuing our important mission to cultivate and encourage public interest in environmental conservation, we are proud to again represent and showcase the most incredible spectacles of nature through photography," said Steve Freligh, awards director. "Year after year, Epson's reliable professional printing solutions allow us to display the best possible prints. And we are excited to once again see the winning photography on a larger scale with the projection mapping demonstration during the awards ceremony."

The award-winning photographs will be displayed on the second floor of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., and is open daily, free to the public.
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