December 4th, 2012 admin
Comments by Projector Reviews staff:
The Sony VPL-GT100 projector has great breeding. This commercial 4K projector from Sony, is built on the same platform as their VPL-VW1000ES Home Theater Projector. Art reviewed the home “version”, loves it and gave the VW1000ES our Outstanding Product of the Year award, earlier this year. The VPL-GT100 looks to be an ideal solution when there can be no compromise in both resolution and color accuracy. With 2000 lumens, this projector is ideal for a wide range of critical applications, from studio applications, screening rooms, super-hi resolution scientific and rendering applications. Wherever WUXGA or 1080p is merely adequate, this 4K projector gives you four times the pixel count, and therefore can provide the same relative sharpness at half the viewing distance. We look forward to reviewing the VPL-GT100 from a commercial perspective. The VPL-GT100 will begin shipping this month (January 2013).
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SONY UNVEILS NEW COMPACT PROFESSIONAL 4K PROJECTOR
Versatile VPL-GT100 Delivers Native 4K Resolution for Simulation, Industrial, Visualization and Entertainment Applications
PARK RIDGE, N.J., Nov. 27, 2012 – Sony’s line-up of professional 4K technologies now includes a new compact 4K projector. The VPL-GT100 model delivers the same ultra high 4K resolution (4096 x 2160, or 8.8 megapixels) of its larger counterparts used in movie theaters and commercial applications, with a new form factor for easier installation in simulation (flight simulators and virtual training), industrial design (manufacturing, automotive design), scientific visualization, 4K content viewing, entertainment (amusement parks, planetariums and museums) and a range of government uses, including command and control and more.
Sony VPL-GT100 professional 4K projector
“Commercial projection and display applications require next-generation technology to create enhanced realism for the ultimate visual and training experience,” said Sander Phipps, senior product manager, professional projectors, at Read the rest of this entry »