Runco 3Dimension D-73d won a lot of awards
The Runco 3Dimension D-73d 3D projector by Planar has been awarded with the 2010 CEDIA Manufacturers Excellence Award, 2010 CE Pro Best Award, 2010 CustomRetailer Exc!te Award, 2011 Electronic House Product of the Year,and The Pick of Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2011. LED lighting good for 50,000 hours without chaging bulbs is of course nice. The only drawback of this high-end home cinema projector is its price of 49,995 $ (options not included).
Mitsubishi HC9000D Hi-end Home 3D Projector
The Mitsubishi HC9000 3D will be nice in your home theater. The Mitsubishi HC9000 3D projector uses active glasses. The Mitsubishi 3D projector has HDMI 1.4a ports – a good thing, since Blu-Ray 3D calls for HDMI 1.4. Very low noise level, price around 5000 € or 6700$, available in February 2011.
Optoma 3DXL converts 2D projectors to 3D
Fully immersive, life-size 3D projection is now possible in the home. The world’s first 3D projector adapter, the Optoma 3D-XL adapts existing 120 Hz DLP projectors enabling them to display 3D.The adapter will be available from January 2011.
3D home cinema pushed to the limit (and beyond)
Runco ("The world's finest Home Thater Products" (TM)
) has announced its exclusive new 3Dimension Series D-73d
projector. The technology won’t come cheap, however. Runco will be offering the new projector in the fourth quarter at $50,000. The system uses linear polarization passive glasses and offers all the benefits of Runco’s best-selling lampless LED technology, including InstantOn, InfiniLight, Runco Smart Color, and Personal Color Equalizer,....