NEW 3D Projectors from Wolf Cinema
Wolf Cinema SDC-8 and SDC-12 are brand new high end home cinema projectors. Suitable for home theater screens up to 330 cm (11’) wide, the two home cinema stereoscopic projectors deliver all the 2D and 3D viewing excellence expected from Wolf Cinema, but at more affordable retail prices.
The 8,000$ SDC-8 boasts a next generation 3‐chip, D-ILA light engine for ultra‐high‐fidelity 1080p viewing, while the12,000$ SDC-‐12 adds 4K technology to deliver 3840 x 2160 pixels on‐screen from all standard video sources.
ProjectionDesign F85 Offers up to 11,000 Lumens in 3D
The F85 3-chip DLP projector from ProjectionDesign is the latest 2D and 3D capable projector to join their unrivalled line up of innovative projectors.
Boasting an impressive set of features designed for demanding applications, the F85 series is the brightest projector in the projectiondesign range. The projector boasts a brightness of up to 11,000 lumens, and a contrast ratio of 14,000:1 for crisp, detailed images.
The F85 is available in WUXGA or 1080p resolution versions as well as a special version that can optically switch between REC709 and DCI P7 colour spaces. It brings colour saturation and accuracy, optional image processing and connectivity to any installation space.
Sharp XV-Z30000, a 3DHD 1600 lumens DLP projector
Sharp (Japan) was presenting at the CES in January, a new addition to its existing 3D DLP projectors line. Called the XV-Z30000, it is a 1600-lumen 3D stereoscopic projector that throws a 1080p full-HD 3D image on whichever surface and keeps the quality up thanks to a 50,000:1 contrast ratio.
New Patent for 3D Projector From Lightspeed Design
Lightspeed Design /DepthQ (Bellevue, USA) announces its receiptf of the U.S Patent No. 8,066,377 for inventing a color sequencing control method that allows 3D single-chip projectors to effectively produce high-performance displays with 3D active glasses and polarization modulators by resolving color artifacts and ghosting issues.
This new invention not only solved image quality problems, it accomplished that while utilizing the standard, off-the-shelf hardware configuration of single-chip 2D projectors. This allowed single-chip 2D projectors to operate either in 2D or in stereoscopic 3D, thereby creating a practical, cost-effective 3D product. The application of this invention paved the way for the now industry-wide standard of "3D Ready."