|Articles Regarding Projectors and Projection Equipment
|Digital Projection's LDI 2013 Large Venue Solutions Recap|
Tuesday, December 17, 2013 (957 reads)
Whether you were drawn to the AV Stumpfl booth by their incredible screens or by the crisp and colorful images projected on those screens, Digital Projection would like to thank you for visiting us both at the recent LDI Conference in Las Vegas.
|Digital Projection on Screens and Screen Technology|
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 (634 reads)
Digital Projection is deeply interested in screens and screen technology, given that applying the right screen in an application helps the overall image quality, while the wrong screen can result in a reflected (front screen) or transmitted (rear screen) image that dramatically sacrifices the projector’s native performance.
Here is a bit of insight from DPI's Application Support team as to how Digital Projection approaches screens and screen material.
|Fighting the Flat Panel Trend in Professional Applications|
Tuesday, July 09, 2013 (1120 reads)
Over the past few years, flat panels have become increasingly big in screen size, while at the same time decreasing in price. Without a doubt, flat panels are creeping into smaller-screen projection applications, and taking market share.
Read on to see where and why projection solutions excel in numerous professional venues.
|Staging Update: Financing Options for Stagers Announced|
Wednesday, March 06, 2013 (783 reads)
We've received numerous requests from the staging community for financing options. Thanks in part to DP buying down the overall rate, we are pleased to announce the following financing opportunities for our Staging partners:
|DP's Full CEDIA 2012 Recap|
Monday, October 29, 2012 (1671 reads)
Embracing change is fundamental to progress, and DP's CEDIA 2012 presence rang in the changes in numerous ways. Instead of our traditional 'black box' that, in years past, displayed the industry's most advanced projectors in theater-like settings, we embraced a light, open and accessible layout.
|CEDIA 2012 Beckons!|
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 (1444 reads)
Read on to discover the new products, partner booths and strategies that will define DP's CEDIA '12 exhibit.
|Selecting the Proper Screen Material for Your Application|
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 (1992 reads)
Have you ever used a screen material other than white for a projection application? If so, what color? Light gray, dark gray, or even black? What effect does screen color have on your projected image? What about the effect of the screen surface and material from which the screen is made? DP's Application Support team projected video in an ambient lit room onto a screen that was white on one side and gray on the other, and here are our findings.
|Digital Projection's LED Powered LIFETIME ILLUMINATION Projectors Make a Giant Leap in Lumen Performance |
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 (1679 reads)
Digital Projection International introduced the revolutionary M-Vision Cine LED and dVision LED projectors back in 2011. By now, most of us are aware of the many performance and cost of ownership benefits that LED illuminated displays offer.
After only one year, we are pleased to announce that the constant progression of DP technology and innovation has revealed a significant increase in lumens for a number of our LED illuminated DLP projectors.
|DP Illuminates Las Vegas at InfoComm 2012|
Monday, July 02, 2012 (1630 reads)
2012 marks DP's historic 15 year anniversary, and to honor this milestone, DP completely revamped the physical layout, as well as the philosophy, of how we present our powerful projectors at InfoComm.
|InfoComm 2012 – It’s Finally Here!|
Monday, June 11, 2012 (1570 reads)
With infoComm kicking off this week (!), you can be sure the DP team is in the final moments of constructing our dynamic exhibit in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Coming to the show? Here's a glimpse of our newest projection solutions and technology innovations – examples of which will all be on exhibit.
|Consultant Corner - DP Announces Consultant Resource Program|
Friday, May 18, 2012 (829 reads)
Welcome to Digital Projection's Consultant Corner monthly news column! In this month's article, we'll introduce you to the new Consultant Portal, recently launched on the Digital Projection website. In addition, we'll also share some exciting news regarding AIA certification and the DPI training courses.
|DP Chooses Distribution Partner for US|
Friday, May 18, 2012 (1097 reads)
With plenty of InfoComm-centered new product reveals right around the corner, we have one exciting piece of news that we can unveil immediately. We are proud to announce that Digital Projection Inc. has selected iAVi as a Commercial AV distributor for DP's line of precision displays in the US. Working side by side with our own established dealer network, iAVi will extend DP's US reach by offering our displays to their extensive dealer network.
|DP's InfoComm Training Update|
Friday, May 18, 2012 (794 reads)
Digital Projection is pleased to announce that Ken Eagle, our training manager, will be delivering two projector-specific courses a total of six times at the upcoming InfoComm 2012 show in Las Vegas. Commercial integrators looking to update their knowledge of today's top-line projector capabilities can gain RU credits while sharpening their expertise.
|Ultimate Home Cinema Demonstration Wows Final EHX Expo|
Monday, April 09, 2012 (1078 reads)
A veritable who's-who of precision home entertainment manufacturers recently partnered in displaying a Hollywood-grade home cinema at the final EHX Expo in Orlando, Florida. Hundreds of residential integrators experienced dazzling video, audio and immersive seating in an incomparable cinema demonstration throughout the three-day event. Additionally, the "Ultimate Home Cinema" demonstration allowed manufacturers such as Digital Projection International (DPI) to unveil their newly available dVision Scope 1080p projector.
|How to Make 3D a Great Viewing Experience|
Sunday, April 08, 2012 (1017 reads)
The “3D at Home” experience has been greatly hyped for the past few years, and sadly, many consumers have experienced generally disappointing results. So what are the key elements in making 3D a great entertainment experience?
|TWO Sapphire Roadshows Coming in April|
Sunday, April 08, 2012 (861 reads)
Attention Northeast audio-visual and home theater dealers, consultants, educational partners, architects, and end-users. Sapphire Marketing, DP’s commercial and home cinema Rep in the Northeastern U.S., is bringing the best in AV technology to your doorsteps with TWO roadshows in April.
|DP Hosts InfoComm Roundtable in March|
Sunday, April 08, 2012 (649 reads)
On Thursday, March 22, 2012 Digital Projection hosted the Atlanta Southeast Regional InfoComm Roundtable in our newly updated and expanded 30,000 square foot US headquarters. Other participating manufacturers included Kramer Electronics, Biamp, and Williams Sound, who, along with DP, each offered 60 minute focused training sessions to attendees.
|Exciting New Display Products Launched at ISE 2012|
Thursday, March 01, 2012 (1496 reads)
At ISE 2012, Digital Projection International revealed two important, all-new product platforms – the TITAN 800 series and the E-Vision WUXGA 8000. Below you'll find a summary of the powerful capabilities these new platforms offer.
|Digital Projection Limited Puts on Huge Display at ISE 2012|
Thursday, March 01, 2012 (1099 reads)
By now you've likely heard the impressive attendance and exhibitor numbers from the 2012 ISE expo in Amsterdam. Digital Projection Limited, headquartered in Manchester, UK, managed and designed a huge exhibit at this year's expo, displaying key projectors from both the Commercial AV and Home Cinema product lines.
|DSI and Paradise Theater Host "Home Theater Design Essentials" Seminars|
Thursday, March 01, 2012 (1002 reads)
DSI Entertainment Systems, a custom audio video installation / systems integration firm and DP dealer, and Paradise Theaters, a private theater design firm, recently hosted interior design, architecture and construction industry members in DSI's Los Angeles showroom. The classes enlisted DP's powerful TITAN Reference projector for imagery throughout the events.
|DP's TITAN Quad Illuminates New Porsche 911 Launch|
Thursday, March 01, 2012 (1153 reads)
Porsche fans are some of the most exuberant auto enthusiasts in the world. With this is mind, how do you launch a new Porsche model in a way that lives up to the expectations of the enthusiast community? An Atlanta-based Porsche dealership and Audio Automation & Theater, Inc. (AAT), an Atlanta-based luxury AV integrator, unveiled the solution.
|DP's TITAN 3D Quick Start Guide|
Wednesday, February 08, 2012 (830 reads)
We will be working on creating Quick Start guides for many of our other products over the coming months. Watch for those to be released throughout 2012.
|2012 Ushers in DP's 15th Anniversary Celebrations|
Monday, January 30, 2012 (847 reads)
As 2012 swiftly commences, we would like to thank each of you for your support and partnership throughout 2011. Through these partnerships, as well as the steady strengthening of the economy, 2011 saw DP post the biggest year in our company history… by leaps and bounds!
|Basic Guidelines for Front Projection in a Media Room or High Ambient Light Application|
Monday, January 30, 2012 (1068 reads)
Projection solutions add functionality to nearly any venue, by offering image sizes that are much larger than can be achieved with a flat panel display. For projectors to be an effective, high contrast solution in media rooms, presentation rooms and other mid to high ambient light venues, striking a perfect balance between projector lumens and screen performance is vital. In simple terms, employing front or rear projection screens that preserve image black level is a critical factor for projection success in ambient light environments. Black level (or contrast enhancing) screen materials are available from a number of leading screen manufacturers.
|DP Embarks on Unprecedented InfoComm Sponsorship Throughout 2012|
Monday, January 30, 2012 (564 reads)
In addition to the many other exciting announcements we have in store this year, we are thrilled to announce a huge campaign of support for InfoComm and its education endeavors throughout 2012. In addition to a sponsorship that makes DP the exclusive display products sponsor for infoComm's upcoming series of national Roundtable meetings through 2012, we will also be top-tier sponsor for the 1st annual InfoComm Live event in March. Further support includes the sponsorship of select webinars throughout the year aimed at assisting industry members with continuing education.
|Rave Reviews of the CES "Unforgettable Home Cinema" Demonstration|
Thursday, January 19, 2012 (639 reads)
DP could not have chosen at better time to "go big" at CES, as the 2012 event seems to have attracted more attendees and exhibitors than any previous CES show. With the "Unforgettable Home Cinema" experience, DP was able to introduce Hollywood-grade home entertainment to a huge number of enthusiasts.
|InfoComm 100 Focuses on AV / IT Convergence|
Tuesday, January 03, 2012 (696 reads)
100 business leaders across various disciplines of the AV industry, including integrators, distributors, manufacturers, consultants and independent programmers came together to exchange ideas during the recent InfoComm 100 event in Portland, Oregon. Thematically centered on the growing convergence of AV and IT, the event also covered a diversity of business topics including relationship management, identifying soft and hard business trends and overall AV industry concerns.
|Inspiring Imagery the Focus at DP's WFX 2011 Exhibit|
Wednesday, December 21, 2011 (691 reads)
For the fourth year in a row, DP partnered with DNP Screens to bring inspiring imaging solutions to the WFX Conference. This year's House of Worship-centered event took place in Dallas, Texas. From the Warp & Blend capable DLP-based TITAN Quad and HIGHlite 660 projectors to the high-brightness, high-value single-chip E-Vision, attendees experienced the bold imagery that has made DP's displays a household name in commanding worship venues.
|Commercial AV Factory Rep Training Event|
Friday, October 28, 2011 (792 reads)
This month Digital Projection held its first Commercial AV Manufacturer Rep Factory Training course since constructing our brand new training facility. The event included reps from all regions of the United States and Canada. "It was great to reveal our new facility to our reps and get their input as we move forward to create a new best in industry training program for our dealers," said Ken Eagle, DP's Manager of Education and Training.
|New Product Update from Digital Projection|
Thursday, October 27, 2011 (861 reads)
2011 has been an incredible year of growth for DP, from the huge headquarters expansion to the many new faces joining our team. From a products perspective, 2011 has seen an unequaled expanse of new models, as well as new capabilities within existing product lines. Here's a short summary of the key product launches of 2011.
|CEDIA Expo Marks New Milestone for DP|
Thursday, September 22, 2011 (1990 reads)
This year's CEDIA Expo marked a new mileston for DP, as our 60' x 60' CEDIA exhibit was the largest in Digital Projection's history. Years ahead of the competition in developing 3D, LED and high-lumen precision projectors, DP introduced new advanced 2D and 3D displays in a variety of price points. The "Best New Product" Finalist dVision 35-1080p 3D attracted plenty of attention, winning both a CE Pro "BEST" award and a Custom Retailer Excite! award at the show. The TITAN Quad 3D introduced unprecedented brightness (at 16,000 lumens!) to audiences looking for the ultimate immersive 3D experience. All this and more are covered in detail below.
|Digital Projection's CEDIA 2011 Show Unveiling|
Thursday, September 01, 2011 (1068 reads)
CEDIA 2011 is just 3 weeks away! After months of designing and planning, DP's CEDIA exhibit is now "in production," with DP team members and resources in all corners of the world working to bring it all together.
Our CEDIA 2011 exhibit will be another milestone production - expected to fill 3 semi trucks full of gear. Once on site, nearly 25 tons of hardware will be deployed to create an expansive, 3600 square foot projection show room, featuring 14 distinct DP models displayed in galleries and formal theaters.
|Digital Projection's InfoComm 2011 Wrap Up|
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 (3236 reads)
Tens of millions of pixels. Nearly 30 projectors. Over 25 team members. 14 screens. One united mission: to deliver the brightest, boldest InfoComm exhibit in company history.
|Digital Projection Illuminates Orlando - DP's InfoComm 2011 Booth and New Product Reveal|
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 (2619 reads)
Three packed semi trucks left DP's doc last Wednesday, destined for Orlando and loaded with the latest revolutions in large screen display technology. Precious cargo for certain, and we were pleased to know that our 55,000 lb shipment was received at the Orlando convention center on Thursday morning. By the time you read this newsletter, all of our gear will have been off-loaded, and our engineering team well on their way to creating the Tradeshow Magic that characterizes Digital Projection's exhibits.
|DP Brings Rockin' Products and Programs to InfoComm '11|
Wednesday, June 01, 2011 (2118 reads)
InfoComm 2011 is just around the corner and DP has huge news to share. Although we are compelled to save the specific details of our new product announcements until just before the show, we want to give you a top level glimpse right now.
|3D Content Update|
Thursday, March 31, 2011 (1997 reads)
For most of 2010, as 3D displays started making their way on the scene, the common request was for more 3D content. We have good news for our 3D enthusiasts.
|Proper Environmental Cooling for TITAN Projection Systems|
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 (1019 reads)
In most AV systems, Digital Projection’s displays mounted in an open space require no special venting or cooling, as long as the ambient room temperature is within normal ranges (65°F - 85°F).
However, some applications require the projector be enclosed, to either preserve the architectural integrity of the venue, or to reduce ambient room noise to an absolute minimum. In cases where a projector is enclosed, it is extremely important to properly ventilate the enclosure.
|Resolution and Aspect Ratio Review|
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 (1048 reads)
Digital Projection International offers the broadest DLP-based product line of any manufacturer in the world today. Our philosophy of providing precision display for every venue is illustrated in this streamlined guide to key resolutions and aspects ratios.
|Utilizing dVision and iVision 30 Series Projectors in Portrait Applications|
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 (1059 reads)
As mentioned previously in newsletter articles, DP’s TITAN projectors offer tremendous flexibility to support both portrait and landscape applications. However, applications that require unusual mechanical positioning of the projector cover a wide range of budgets – and not all require the flagship performance the TITAN product line offers.
|DP’s Expansion is Underway!|
Monday, December 13, 2010 (874 reads)
2011 marks DPI’s 15th anniversary, and what a monumental milestone it is. With so many years of pragmatic growth and a sound corporate structure, the time is right for DPI to extend our product offerings and bring our precision displays to select new markets.
|I/ITSEC 2010 Discovers Digital Projection|
Monday, December 13, 2010 (882 reads)
DP recently exhibited at I/ITSEC (Interservice/Industry Training, & Simulation Education Conference), the world’s premier and largest simulation and training event.
|DP Projectors Receive Lion's Share of Industry Recognition |
Monday, November 01, 2010 (866 reads)
Due to our fierce dedication to product research and development, DP continues to introduce new technologies, as well as new capabilities, ahead of our competitors. Our 60,000+ hour Lifetime Illumination M-Vision Cine LED and 4 million pixel dVision 35-WQXGA are perfect examples of this dedication. And thankfully, our hard work has been widely recognized.
|DP Goes to 11 at CEDIA 2010!|
Monday, October 04, 2010 (2299 reads)
Thank you for your interest in Digital Projection's exhibit at the recent CEDIA EXPO in Atlanta, Georgia. Below you can find links to our current company literature, as well as a summary of the products we featured at the show. Again, thank you for stopping by DP's booth, the Future Tech Pavilion and the Hard Rock "Go to 11" party. We thoroughly enjoyed showing you the most advanced, fully-supported precision displays for home entertainment enthusiasts worldwide!
|DP Brings Rockin’ Products and Programs to InfoComm 2011|
Wednesday, June 01, 2011 (643 reads)
InfoComm 2011 is just around the corner and DP has huge news to share. Although we are compelled to save the specific details of our new product announcements until just before the show, we want to give you a top level glimpse right now.
|DP Technology will be Rockin’ Everywhere at CEDIA 2010!|
Friday, September 17, 2010 (1256 reads)
We can hardly believe it, but CEDIA is less than a week away. DP’s trucks just pulled away from our dock last night, and our lead team is already on show site, commencing the construction of our 3000 square foot exhibit. Plenty of work to be done, but we are ready for the challenge!
Our exhibit on the show floor will encompass an impressive Reception Lobby, with no less than 8 TITAN 1080p projectors presenting dramatic welcome imagery on, among other things, a sweeping 40’ SuperNova Infinity screen from DNP. These 8 projectors will comprise 16 million pixels, 80,000 lumens and billions of colors, so as you can imagine, you won’t see anything like DP’s reception presentation anywhere else on the show floor.
|Digital Projection's InfoComm 2010 Show Recap|
Tuesday, June 22, 2010 (1306 reads)
Digital Projection's massive "Precision Displays for EVERY Venue" booth delivered the most tradeshow traffic and badge registrations in the company's history. As many manufacturers focused on updates to existing products, DPI went big. Two brand-new product lines were launched, introducing tens of thousands of attendees to both the single-chip E-Vision line and 3-chip HIGHlite Cine product line. Numerous large-image blends throughout the show demonstrated the power and precision of DPI's new FUSION suite of low-latency warp and blend solutions. In regards to DPI's uncontested lead in the advanced 3D visualization category, DPI and Mechdyne partnered to demonstrate real-world commercial 3D applications on an immersive dome. And these were only the beginning.
|DPI's InfoComm 2010 Booth -- UNVEILED! |
Thursday, June 03, 2010 (1129 reads)
As we publish this newsletter, DPI’s booth is being constructed at the Las Vegas convention center, in preparation for InfoComm 2010. In total, we have 3 semi-trailers loaded with all the makings for a spectacular presentation of Digital Projection’s latest and most powerful displays.
|Calibrating for 3D Displays|
Wednesday, April 14, 2010 (1081 reads)
There have been numerous articles promoting the importance of properly calibrating your displays for optimal viewing of video and/or graphics images. However, few include considerations for calibrating the new 3D displays that are currently attracting so much attention. With that in mind, the following article will hopefully clarify the calibration process in general, while then highlighting where 3D displays require special attention.
|Comparing the HIGHlite Cine to DP's Legendary TITAN Displays|
Friday, April 02, 2010 (1519 reads)
As we approach announcing formal pricing and first shipments of our all new HIGHlite Cine platform, a few of our customers have asked how this value-priced 3-chip DLP product compares with our revered TITAN product line. That is actually a great question, as the HIGHlite Cine has been engineered to compliment the TITAN by making 3-chip DLP performance available to customers with smaller budgets.
|TITAN 3D and LIGHTNING 3D Projectors Receive Major Enhancements|
Friday, April 02, 2010 (1316 reads)
Inspired by the multi-market 3D success we have enjoyed, DP's engineers have been working overtime to expand the performance of our 3D products. Digital Projection is proud to announce the following new and enhanced capabilities for our TITAN and LIGHTNING 3D displays:
|A Technical Review: Alice in Wonderland 3D|
Friday, April 02, 2010 (1426 reads)
From the perspective of Mike Levi, President of DPI
Last weekend, my family and I attended our 3rd 3D film is so many months - Alice in Wonderland. This review will not focus on the performance of the actors, or the entertainment value of the story, or even the success or failure of the film-makers application of 3D technology. Rather, this review will focus on the implementation of 3D technology within the commercial cinema auditorium where we watched the film.
In short, the venue was not up to the task of properly presenting 3D entertainment due to two major problems.
|4,096,000 Pixels From a Single Projector... Really!|
Tuesday, March 02, 2010 (1971 reads)
In the coming weeks, Digital Projection will update our product lineup to include an exciting new projector – a display that boasts the highest resolution of any DLP-based product available anywhere today. We are extremely pleased to introduce the dVision 35-WQXGA.
|Total 3D Experience System Delivers Dynamic 3D Solutions for the Home|
Tuesday, March 02, 2010 (4195 reads)
There are many opinions about 3D right now, especially given the product launches announced at the recent CES show. It seems that 3D has suddenly exploded onto the scene. Interestingly enough, 3D solutions have been available for years but the technologies that can offer an enjoyable, immersive 3D experience have only recently converged into viable solutions for commercial venues and home theaters alike.
|Wiring a Venue to Support 3D Source / Display Connectivity|
Tuesday, March 02, 2010 (1786 reads)
It’s time once again to ask that age old question: “How do I plan for the future without a Crystal Ball?” Most everyone has been teased with quality 3D by means of the runaway 3D hit Avatar, and some have seen killer demonstrations of 3D on flat panels or via the state-of-the-art performance of DP’s TITAN 1080p 3D, but how do we prepare our clients for the future of 3D?
|CE Pro Q&A with Mike Levi, President of Digital Projection Inc. and Robert Archer, senior editor at CE Pro magazine |
Monday, February 01, 2010 (1162 reads)
Can you briefly explain what 3D video is and how it differs from the traditional video that we're use to seeing in our homes?
3D Video provides an immersive viewing experience, whereby the image content is actually perceived by the viewer as a true 3 dimensional image. 3D video systems can be designed using a variety of technological approaches, but in all cases, the actual content to be displayed is captured (or rendered) and subsequently displayed in two synchronous perspectives – one replicating what our left eyes would see, and the other replicating what our right eyes would see, if the subject material was actually being viewed in the real world. Just as when viewing the real world, the two slightly different left eye and right eye perspectives, are integrated by our brains to create depth perception.
|Comparing the Technology Behind 3D-capable RP TVs and 3D Projection Systems|
Wednesday, December 16, 2009 (1919 reads)
Extraordinary 3D is all about creating the best environment and equipping it with powerful 3D displays capable of delivering a truly immersive experience. In the world of 3D entertainment, the believability of the experience is everything! This article will review the more advanced levels of 3D display technology available for home use today.
|A Christmas Carol... Making 3D Magic|
Tuesday, December 15, 2009 (2551 reads)
Given the extensive 3D projection lineup offered by DP, it is not surprising that we have some serious 3D enthusiasts... and critics here. That being the case, and with the holiday season upon us, a number of our 3D golden eyes jumped at the opportunity to see A Christmas Carol, Disney’s latest 3D release. This review presents our take on the 3D animated remake of this holiday classic.
|Why EVERY Customer Needs to Know Their 3D Options|
Monday, October 26, 2009 (1740 reads)
For those of us who have observed the various comings and goings of 3D technology and content over the past decades, it might be tempting to discount the latest wave of 3D products and releases as just another 3D market roll-out destined for failure - but that would be a very big mistake.
|Scalability With Digital Projection's TITAN Projectors|
Thursday, September 24, 2009 (1522 reads)
Creating a Scalable Display Solution Using DP's TITAN Series and Optional RapidRig™ Mechanics
Simple. Fast. Precise.
The demands of today's large-venue events call for projector rigging and stacking to be simple, fast and precise. DP's RapidRig™ system, which includes accurate pitch, roll and yaw adjustments for each projector, can be added as an option to all TITAN models.
|How to Display WUXGA on a 1080p Projector |
Thursday, September 24, 2009 (1505 reads)
How to Display WUXGA on a 1080p Projector
With the growing popularity of 16x10 displays, and in particular, WUXGA (1920 X 1200), we are commonly asked how to display a 16x10 source on a 16x9 projector. The obvious answer is to use a 16x10 or WUXGA projector! But, due to the overwhelming popularity of 16x9 displays (primarily 1080p), upgrading to a WUXGA projector is not always an immediate option.
|WUXGA and Where it Fits |
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 (1303 reads)
WUXGA and Where it Fits
Digital Projection has introduced a number of new WUXGA projectors over the past few months and will continue to develop products around this relatively new DLP chipset. The "Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array" (WUXGA) is a 16x10 aspect ratio with a display resolution of 1920x1200 pixels.
|How to Set Intelligent Lens Memory|
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 (1570 reads)
How to Set Intelligent Lens Memory
This feature is only available on TITAN and LIGHTNING projectors with the latest lens mount micro and updated firmware.
|Display Resolutions Overview|
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 (1364 reads)
Here are the most commonly used display resolutions and aspect ratios, plus how they're typically used.
1280 x 720 (720p - 16 x 9 or 1.78:1): Great for High Definition Video applications.
1400 x 1050 (SX+ - 4 x 3 or 1.33:1): Predominantly a computer resolution. Also excellent for edge blending as the 4 x 3 aspect ratio maximizes screen height.
|Correctly Adjusting Your TheaterScope System (ALS-201) |
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 (1337 reads)
Correctly Adjusting Your TheaterScope System (ALS-201)
The TheaterScope has some basic adjustment points that, when set properly, will provide optimized geometry and focus of your image on screen. This article offers a brief description as to the use of these adjustments to achieve the best result for your installations.
|Lens Shift and the Projector Sweet Spot |
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 (1700 reads)
Lens Shift and the Projector Sweet Spot
Lens shift, or image offset, can be defined as the ability to shift a projected image vertically or horizontally in order to accommodate specific installation challenges. In most installations, lens shift can be used to optimize image geometry and scaling performance by optically landing the image on the screen without having to tilt the projector and employ keystone correction. It can also be used to position the projector such that the average viewer is placed in the illumination sweet spot – an especially important consideration in rear screen and high gain front screen applications.
|Auto Shut-off For TITAN and LIGHTNING 1080p & SX+ Projectors |
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 (1386 reads)
Auto Shut-off For TITAN and LIGHTNING 1080p & SX+ Projectors
Some of our customers have asked if the TITAN and LIGHTNING 1080p and SX+ models can be equipped to automatically turn off if no source signal is present for an extended period of time. Although that capability does not inherently exist within the product’s user interface, it can be created via the RS-232 interface using any control system that is able to recognize responses from the projector. The key is for the control system to be programmed to occasionally ask the projector what source it is receiving.