Specialist projector manufacturer projectiondesign has chosen ISE 2010 to preview the F35 WQXGA resolution projector, MIPS processing and ReaLED technology.
projectiondesign is also demonstrating the new F35 wqxga, said to be the first projector anywhere in the world to feature Texas Instruments’ WQXGA DLP chip. Enjoying its European debut, this projector offers a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels – 78% more pixels than WUXGA.
The result is a display of incredibly high pixel density that requires fewer projectors to produce ultra-realistic images with sharpness and clarity unmatched by competing solutions, the manufacturer claims. It adds that it has already received interest in the simulation, training, and visualisation markets.
Also at a European tradeshow for the first time is the MIPS WB2560 – projectiondesign’s first multi-image processor. Capable of providing geometry correction on a per-pixel basis for perfect image performance, the MIPS WB2560 is said to be infinitely scalable, allowing any number of channels to be combined to a single image, without limitations.
The MIPS processing engine is described as totally transparent to the image generator, and as operating at near-zero latency. Applications from simple video walls to high performance simulations are envisaged.
‘No lamps and no worries’ is projectiondesign’s promise for the FL32 projector, which uses ReaLED technology, combining long-life LED illumination with patented projectiondesign optics for an estimated 100,000 hours of low-maintenance, worry-free operation.
Available in a choice of 1080p or WUXGA resolution, the FL32 is being shown at an ISE show for the first time.