The Art of Home Theater Projectors

Digital Projection Launches dVision 35-WQXGA

Digital Projection dVision 35-WQXGA

ATLANTA, GA – CEDIA 2010 – Digital Projection International (DPI) an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high performance projection systems, announces the dVision 35-WQXGA, the first precision DLP® projector to deliver over 4 million pixels of imagery. Recently recognized as a “Best New Product” finalist at the 2010 CEDIA Expo, as well as a CE Pro BEST Award finalist, the dVision 35-WQXGA delivers a 1080p solution for 2:35 aspect content without the need for an anamorphic lens solution. Through a capable combination of programmable lens control and software, the dVision WQXGA delivers the CE channel’s first anamorphic lens free, full resolution, constant height, aspect ratio shifting projector.

DPI’s single-chip dVision 35-WQXGA boasts the highest resolution of any DLP® -based product available today. WQXGA is the nomenclature that represents 2560 x 1600 pixels – nearly twice the resolution of a 1080p projector. Twice the resolution capability means high-definition content experienced through the dVision WQXGA attains a truly awe-inspiring level of entertainment quality for home cinema enthusiasts. The dVision 35-WQXGA produces an amazing 4,096,000 pixels from a single projector. Over 4,000,000 pixels results in imagery with more resolution detail and higher small area contrast than the CE industry previously thought possible.

In addition to the unprecedented pixel density, the dVision 35-WQXGA XC presents a superior solution for moving between 1.78:1 and 2.35:1 aspect ratio content (or any content wider than 1.78). Traditionally, an anamorphic lens has been required in order to move between different aspect ratios while displaying constant height. While this approach produces solid results, anamorphic lens solutions add significant cost, as well as mechanical and optical complexity to a home theater system. Equally as important, anamorphic optics consume about 10% of the projector’s brightness while also reducing the contrast ratio. Bypassing the need for an anamorphic lens when employed in a constant height application, the dVision 35-WQXGA presents a compelling and cost effective alternative to purchasing and installing a peripheral anamorphic lens.

The new 35-WQXGA projector inherits the field-proven reliability and exceptional optical qualities of DPI’s long-respected dVision series. Suitable for home entertainment venues with medium to large screens, the dVision WQXGA is quiet, elegantly designed and offers a diversity of system capabilities. Installation flexibility is assured through an extensive array of ultra-accurate optics, which provide throw ratios as short as .8:1 and as long as 4.5:1.

Further extending this flexibility is the availability of three different factory installed color wheel sets, allowing the user to select the projector / color wheel combination that provides the best balance of lumens and color depth for their venue. Projector lumens and black level can be further optimized to suit venue conditions through the straightforward adjustment of the motorized lens iris. Additionally, the dVision’s quick-change motorized lens mount provides a broad range of horizontal and vertical lens shift, allowing the projectors to be placed in a wide variety of locations in relation to the screen. Intuitive user controls and comprehensive source compatibility assure all dVision displays are simple to integrate, control and operate.

DPI will be demonstrating the new dVision 35-WQXGA, as well as new 3D, LED and high-value, lower cost precision projectors in their massive CEDIA Expo booth (#4436) and the Future Tech Pavilion (#3874) from September 23 – 26 in Atlanta, Georgia.

About Digital Projection International

Founded in 1989, Digital Projection International (DPI) has been instrumental in the development and application of Digital Light Processing™ technology by Texas Instruments for projection systems. DPI introduced the world’s first 3-chip DLP® projector in 1997, and has since delivered expert system engineering and world-class customer services, thus maintaining its position as a digital imaging pioneer.

DPI’s groundbreaking projection research and development has garnered the admiration of industry professionals around the world. This has earned the company many awards, including two Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. DPI remains the first and only projector manufacturer to win the coveted award.

Today, DPI manufactures and distributes an extensive line of ultra high-performance 3-chip and single-chip DLP® projection systems. These projectors are the reference standard for demanding applications such as large-venue, live-event staging, fortune 5000, education, medical and scientific research, command and control, digital cinema, commercial entertainment, worship and elite home cinema.

News And Comments

  • Matthieu

    Any prisetag on this one?
    Are you going to review this one too?

    • http://www.projectorreviews.com/members/lisasonfeier/ Lisa Feierman

      Not yet. I’m meeting with them Friday… I’ll learn more. Meantime this is their official announcement with Lori putting a comment or two up front. I’ll tell everyone more when the other new blog launches this week. It will post most of the new projector releases (biz and home), that’s about 500 projectors a year… enjoy.

  • Eli

    Wow!! That sounds expensive!!

    Is this the mystery projector Art??!!

    • http://www.projectorreviews.com/members/lisasonfeier/ Lisa Feierman

      Nope, I posted the mystery projector review today, about 6 minutes after the earliest possible time Mitsubishi would allow. They officially announce tomorrow.

      You’ll be seeing a whole bunch of new home theater press releases going onto the blog. Except for the paragraph by Lori, its their pure marketing info. But then, that gets you a lot of info a lot faster than waiting up to months for me to review many of these new ones… -art

  • Nikolaj

    Hi Art…
    What is this? It sounds like marketing material from DPI? and it goes completely without any comments from you…
    I dont care if this is the 8th wonder of the world of projectors, i just had higher thoughts about this blog

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  • http://www.samsunglcdtvreview.net Mohammed Engebretson

    When it comes to the theater you have two different light sources, 2 various projectors that put a polarizer on the front of each projector. 1 for the right eye and one for the left eye. So if there is eye-wear that have the same polarity as the right and left, then this makes certain that the right image goes to the right eye and the left image goes to the left eye.