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Monday, 01 November 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
avielo radiance DLP Projector Preview
Norway's projectiondesign seeks to provide unparalleled image quality and user experiences its aveilo radiance DLP projector.  With a full HD 1920 x 1080p native resolution, the single chip (0.95"), single lamp aveilo radiance is based on the same chases as the avielo spectra, but features 10-bit video processing and a higher output for larger screens "at a relatively low cost."The avielo radiance speaks fluent PAL, SECAM, and NTSC digital and analogue RGB, accepting all 1080i/p, 720p, 576i/p, and 480i/p signals which will then be projected at 1080p.  Projector offset stats are impressive on the vertical side (a vertical offset of 124%), but there is no horizontal offset.  Contrast ratio is a decent >5000:1 (native optical contrast).  The single 300-watt UHP lamp is good for a brightness of 1200 ANSI lumens (adjustable), which means with an 87 inch screen, you're throwing ...
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
avielo optix 3D DLP Projector Preview
Love it or hate it, 3D was inescapable at CEDIA Expo 2010, and alongside their premium and high end projector competitors, Norwary's projectiondesign has announced the avielo optix 3D projector.  “With more and more 3D feature films now playing at every movie theater, it is only natural that consumers are getting excited about having 3D in their homes, too,” said Anders Løkke, projectiondesign's International Marketing & Communications Manager. “The avielo optix 3D DLP® projector from avielo by projectiondesign is our solution to this customer need – allowing convincing 3D images to be created in a home-theater environment, without compromising image quality, brightness, contrast, or consistency of color rendition.”Based on the RESI award-winning dual lamp, single chip DLP avielo optix projector, this 3D model not only includes the SpectraCal Cal MAN calibration software and projectiondesign's BrilliantColor (aka RealColor) technology for ...
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
avielo optix SuperWide 235 DLP Projector Preview
Ever wanted to see a constant height projection system without the need a brightness-reducing adapter kit and auxiliary lens?  Norway's projectiondesign avielo optix SuperWide 235 single chip DLP projector might just be for you.  It is the world's first projector to display 2.35:1 content natively at a 1080p vertical resolution (2538 x 1080p to be precise).  And since this is an avielo series projector, we can also assume these projectors will include a dual lamp system, SpectraCal Cal MAN calibration software, and projectiondesign's BrilliantColor (or RealColor) technology for improved illumination efficiency and a wide color gamut.Before the avielo optix SuperWide 235, the only way to watch a 2.35:1 aspect ratio film was the combination of an adapter lens and a video scaler, a process which, according to project design, can reduce measured picture brightness by up to 10% even with ...
Monday, 18 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Runco 3Dimension D-73d 3D Projection System Preview
Luxury display manufacturer Runco wants to bring the 3D revolution to your home cinema.  Shipping with the Runco's 3Dimension Processor and HDH4 Controller, the D-73d Projector is a passive glasses 3D system with a 16x9 screen width recommendation between 72 and 100 inches (in 2D, recommended jumps up to 132 inches with a maximum of 200).  It offers viewers a full 1080p native resolution and is ISF Certified for calibration.Utilizing their proprietary Constant Stereoscopic Video (CSV) architecture, the D-73d projects left eye and right eye images simultaneously leaving the polarized lenses to filter the proper material for each eye.  Runco feels passive glasses are less problematic than active shutter glasses, which need batteries and can suffer from image studder and/or frame rate sync issues.  The Runco 3Dimension Processor is also the first home theatre processer to feature the licensed technology ...
Saturday, 15 May 2010 ,  Written by Mike Flacy
Optoma HD20 DLP Projector Review
With the roll out of Optoma’s HD20 DLP home projector last year, the reality of a 1080p projector lower than $1000 was finally realized.  As Blu-ray is rapidly growing in popularity, there’s no reason that home theater gurus with growing collections of stunning 1080p transfers need to hold off on replacing that old 720p projector.  The Optoma HD20 attempts to meet that need with 1080p output, 4000:1 contrast, and 1700 ANSI lumens.   The retail MSRP of the unit is $999.99 and can be found slightly cheaper around the web. DesignThe design of the HD20 has a very small footprint, which makes it useful as a somewhat mobile projector.  The white body has a sleek finish with silver trim. It can get dusty if positioned on a coffee table and the white finish obviously makes that more visible.  The front grill ...
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