projectiondesign Launches optix 3D

 CEDIA EXPO 2010 in Atlanta as its global launch platform, the new optix 3D from avielo by projectiondesign represents the brand’s first foray into the 3D home-theater marketplace.     Based on the Residential Systems magazine’s Resi Award-winning avielo optix Full HD projector, the avielo op
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 CEDIA EXPO 2010 in Atlanta as its global launch platform, the new optix 3D from avielo by projectiondesign represents the brand’s first foray into the 3D home-theater marketplace.

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Based on the Residential Systems magazine’s Resi Award-winning avielo optix Full HD projector, the avielo optix 3D adds proprietary image processing to display 3D images from Blu-ray Disc players and sources supporting 3D stereo from their HDMI 1.4 outputs.

“With more and more 3D feature films now playing at every movie theater, it is only natural that consumers are getting excited about having 3D in their homes, too,” said Anders Løkke, international marketing & communications manager, projectiondesign. “The avielo optix 3D DLP projector from avielo by projectiondesign is our solution to this customer need – allowing convincing 3D images to be created in a home-theater environment, without compromising image quality, brightness, contrast, or consistency of color rendition.”

The avielo optix 3D uses specially designed high-resolution lenses with aspherical glass elements, with enhanced, low-dispersion glass. The projector supports 3D through both HDMI and DVI, and, unlike most 3D projectors marketed towards consumers, uses full bandwidth processing and imaging, without the reduction in resolution and image quality deployed by many other brands. Staying up to date is easy, as the optix 3D can receive software upgrades from a remote source via its built-in IP network connection.

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