High Resolution Systems: Products
Jul 11, 2014 2:41 PM
Barco’s F50, a new projector for the training and simulation market, is a rugged, compact projector that brings increased brightness, higher resolution (WQXGA - 2560x1600) and high frame rates (120Hz) to a wide range of applications in the training and simulation market, including compact domes and cockpit simulators. It features smear reduction technology, 3D Active Stereo, wide focus depth, and an unmatched optical performance.
The Christie Matrix WU7K-J 3-chip DLP projector delivers real-world simulation to handle the most challenging of today’s display requirements. It features 6,300 ANSI lumens, full scalability, built-in geometric warping and edge blending, and image processing with 120Hz capability. It comes standard with Christie AccuFrame, which is specifically designed to address the needs of the simulation market by allowing the user-adjustable reduction of perceptible image smearing. It supports various frame rates and environments, ensuring the accurate display of high-speed simulation content for the most true-to-life displays. Christie Twist provides built-in image warping and edge blending. It offers RGB color matching, full control of gamma curves and grayscale tracking, and minimum processing latency.
The Christie Mirage WQ-L is an LED-based 1-chip DLP projection system with WQXGA (2560x1600) resolution and 800 ANSI lumens. Offering a stable and reliable LED light engine rated at 60,000-hours (approximately 6.5 years) life cycle, the Christie Mirage WQ-L includes Christie ArrayLOC for synchronized color and brightness management, which reduces calibration requirements. It is ideal for a wide range of markets, including aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, government, academia, and entertainment. The Christie Mirage WQ-L operates off the Christie KoRE electronics and firmware platform, which provides input capability and control flexibility for advanced visualizations systems.
Available now for simulation projects demanding long-life illumination with minimal consumables and remarkable color accuracy, Digital Projection International’s (DPI) 2,000-lumen TITAN WUXGA LED 3D enlists premium LED elements for more than 60,000 hours of consistent illumination. The 1920x1200 resolution TITAN WUXGA LED 3D is based on Texas Instruments’ 3-chip DLP technology. For simulation applications needing IR capabilities, LED+IR versions of the TITAN are also available. Additionally, TITAN LED+IR projectors are also available with dual input control, enabling the simultaneous display and control of two streams of video.
The Christie LA3C (right) line array ceiling surround and LA3S (left) line array surround speakers expand the company’s Christie Vive Audio cinema sound solution announced earlier this year. These speakers feature a combination of ribbon driver technology and a unique parabolic line array design in a single compact cabinet to deliver even coverage throughout an auditorium. With timbre-matching, enhanced voice intelligibility, and low distortion, the speakers’ unique parabolic line array design increases the optimal listening area up to four times that of the standard point source systems. The low mass of the ribbon drivers allows them to respond very quickly to audio signals and eliminates the effects of high frequency breakup and power compression, resulting in the reproduction of the source material with exceptional clarity and accuracy. As part of the Christie Vive Audio system, they can be easily integrated into any existing or new theater auditorium for an immersive listening experience. The complete Christie Vive Audio solution includes ceiling surrounds, wall surrounds, screen channel speakers, subwoofers, and Class D amplifiers. The system is ideal for traditional and premium large-format auditoriums, as well as postproduction studios and screening rooms.
JVC Professional Products’new DLA-2400ZG projector delivers a 5.1-megapixel-equivalent image via JVC’s proprietary e-shift technology, along with 18,000:1 native contrast ratio, and a minimum of 900 ANSI lumens. It offers two HDMI inputs, as well as RS-232C and LAN connectivity for remote access and control. Its unique 120Hz input interface means reduced image generator (IG) hardware requirements. Ideal for the simulation market, it preserves the native contrast ratio and dynamic range of images, with no restrictions on mounting orientation. Plus, it provides years of operation with reduced maintenance requirements. The DLA-2400ZG is available now and includes a 2X zoom lens with manual focus and lens shift, or without a lens (model DLA-VS2400G).
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