Published on January 10th,2011 at 11:27 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Mitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in Japan

Mitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in Japan

Behold the LVP-HC9000D, Mitsubishi latest SXRD 3D Video projector. This 240Hz SXRD video projector is definitively not made for everyone, announced at around 598,000 Yen, this High-end 3D Projector comes with TrueFILM and TrueVIDEO as well as a contrast ratio of 120,000:1 and 1000 lumens brightness on a 230W lamp.

I had the chance to spend some times watching some 3D demos displayed by this new LVP-HC9000D and I have to admit that this video projector offer deep colors and this despite having to wear 3D glasses. Then again and even if I start to get used to these 3D glasses (less headache than before), their constant “flickering” spoil all the fun of watching 3D Movies. I hope that Mitsubishi will soon join the rank of None Active 3D glasses manufacturers (the same kind of glasses that you can find in your nearby 3D theater).

              
Mitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in JapanMitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in JapanMitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in JapanMitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in JapanMitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in JapanMitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in Japan
Mitsubishi Electric introduces its new SXRD 3D Video projector in Japan
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Comments
 

  • Petri

    I’ve watched 200+ hours of 3D at home on several 3D
    displays and video projectors using active shutter glasses, and
    there’s *no* flicker. Sure, you can *make* the glasses flicker if
    you don’t know that you’re supposed to switch off light sources
    flickering at the frequency of the electrical system, like
    fluorescent lamps. And as for passive polarized 3D, you will never
    be totally rid of crosstalk. It’s unavoidable on polarization
    systems, and crosstalk is easily the worst offender when it comes
    to ruining 3D. Additionally, passive polarization TVs halve the
    vertical resolution so you’ll get 1920×540 per eye, even from
    Blu-ray 3D which is full 1920×1080 per eye on active 3D displays.
    And while passive 3D video projectors, like the LG CF3D which is
    essentially two video projectors in the chassis of one, can do full
    1080 lines per eye, the requirements it places on the screen are
    absolutely ridiculous. You’ll need a polarization-retaining silver
    screen, usually a high power one with hotspotting, sparkling and a
    narrow viewing angle, the installation of which has to be
    absolutely perfect. If it isn’t, the 3D image gets riddled with
    errors and becomes unwatchable. Passive polarized 3D, you say? No
    thank you.

 

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