Active, Passive and Active/Passive 3D — Selecting the Proper 3D Technology for your Application

As 3D visualization becomes more mainstream, it is important to understand the basic differences between Passive and Active Stereo Visualization…. read more

Unique, Powerful and Proven – How Digital Projection’s 3D Displays Differ from the Competition

DP now builds 21 different Active 3D capable projectors. Beyond offering the largest 3D projector line-up of of any manufacturer,… read more

Scalability With Digital Projection’s TITAN Projectors

Creating a Scalable Display Solution Using DP’s TITAN Series and Optional RapidRig™ Mechanics Simple. Fast. Precise. The demands of today’s… read more

How to Display WUXGA on a 1080p Projector

How to Display WUXGA on a 1080p Projector With the growing popularity of 16×10 displays, and in particular, WUXGA (1920… read more

How to Set Intelligent Lens Memory

How to Set Intelligent Lens Memory This feature is only available on TITAN and LIGHTNING projectors with the latest lens… read more

Display Resolutions Overview

Resolutions Overview Here are the most commonly used display resolutions and aspect ratios, plus how they’re typically used. 1280 x… read more

Correctly Adjusting Your TheaterScope System (ALS-201)

Correctly Adjusting Your TheaterScope System (ALS-201) The TheaterScope has some basic adjustment points that, when set properly, will provide optimized… read more

Lens Shift and the Projector Sweet Spot

Lens Shift and the Projector Sweet Spot Lens shift, or image offset, can be defined as the ability to shift… read more

WUXGA and Where it Fits

WUXGA and Where it Fits Digital Projection has introduced a number of new WUXGA projectors over the past few months… read more

Auto Shut-off For TITAN and LIGHTNING 1080p & SX+ Projectors

Auto Shut-off For TITAN and LIGHTNING 1080p & SX+ Projectors Some of our customers have asked if the TITAN and… read more