JVC projects bright 4K future30 January 2017
JVC is showing the new DLA-VS4500 projector at ISE 2017. It combines native 4K resolution and JVC’s BLU-Escent laser illumination system, and is designed especially for demanding visualisation applications, says the company.
With three native 4K (4096 x 2160) D-ILA imagers, the DLA-VS4500 offers 12-bit imagery, 3,000 ANSI lumens and high native contrast ratio.
It supports extensive video and imaging formats, and a 120Hz refresh for artefact-free, smooth motion display, suitable for applications with fast movement such as flight simulation.
A full range of high MTF fixed and zoom lens options will be available to meet various throw ratio requirements, says the company.
JVC claims its BLU-Escent laser/phosphor technology is ideally suited for the simulation market because it provides high reliability over extended operating hours, maintains stable brightness and colour, delivers very high contrast and dynamic range and enables freedom of mounting orientations.
ISE 2017 also plays host to two new DLP projectors from JVC – the LX-FH50 high brightness full HD projector and the LX-WX50 professional 1280×800 DLP projector. These models deliver 5,000 ANSI lumen brightness with a high contrast ratio and a high quality image, thanks to Digital Light Processing technology. Installation is simple, with keystone and corner correction, and they have a filterless design with an upper lamp door for easy access. Both models are equipped with dual HDMI, component, video and analogue-PC inputs, with the professional model adding various LAN control protocols.