Artograph Flare100 Digital Art Projector Review

Artograph Flare100 Art Projector

*The Flare100 Art Projector is no longer being produced. At the same price, the brand new Flare150 Art Projector is an improved iteration of the Flare100.

The Artograph Flare100 Digital Art Projector is a small, portable-sized projector that operates on battery. Before anything else, one thing this projector affords artists is the luxury to be able to go anywhere with it due to its portable nature.

The Flare100 projects a sharp image from as close as 4 inches from your surface to as far as 120 inches.

Its easy integration with iPhones, iPads and smartphones means the only thing standing between an artist and their art portfolio is a USB or flash drive. In fact, the Flare100 has a wireless screen-sharing connectivity feature with Android devices.

Artograph Flare100 Art Projector Features & Specifications

  • Item Weight: 0.6 lbs (only projector)
  • Package Weight: 2.35 lbs (projector + box contents)
  • Dimensions: 4.25 W x 1.72 H x 4.06 D (inches)
  • 100 lumens of no-maintenance LED-lamp brightness which lasts approximately 30,000 hours
  • Projection range: 4 – 100 inches
  • Input terminals: HDMI & USB
  • Wireless Screensharing with Android devices
  • Small and portable design
  • Throw ratio: 1.64:1
  • 22 built-in grids for layout and composition
  • On-board geometric shapes and border patterns
  • Image and colour controls: Black & White/colour, image flip/reverse/rotate, dynamic contrast, colour temperature control, keystone correction, edge enhancement
  • Full function remote control
  • Tripod Mount connection
  • Multi-voltage AC/DC adapter (100-240V, 50/60Hz)
  • Rechargeable battery
  • 2 hours of battery operation
  • 854 x 480 WVGA

Here’s what you can expect from the Artograph Flare100 Art Projector:

L-R: Standard, Expert 1, Expert 2, Blank

You choose your picture mode settings according to the details you need to see at a given moment while working. The final setting “BLANK” whites out the projector for you to see the finished work.

Here’s an actual demonstration video using the Artograph Flare100 Art Projector: