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SIM2 Partners Up for CES

SIM2 says it will participate in the 2011 International CES convention, with partners DNP and Procella Audio, in the Las Vegas Hilton Suite 2110. The centerpiece of the suite demonstration will be SIM2’s Grand Cinema C3X LUMIS 3D dual-projection system, winner of a 2011 Innovations Design and Engineering Award.
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SIM2 says it will participate in the 2011 International CES convention, with partners DNP and Procella Audio, in the Las Vegas Hilton Suite 2110. The centerpiece of the suite demonstration will be SIM2’s Grand Cinema C3X LUMIS 3D dual-projection system, winner of a 2011 Innovations Design and Engineering Award.

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SIM2's C3X LUMIS can be configured to switch easily from 2D to 3D

“We are thrilled to bring in new partners for this year’s CES,” said Alberto Fabiano, executive VP of SIM2 USA. “Our award-winning C3X LUMIS 3D will be showcased with a DNP screen and Procella Audio loudspeakers, in a system that promises to be exceptional in every sense. DNP’s screen technologies and Procella Audio’s sonic performance are the perfect complement to SIM2’s renowned picture quality; we are very excited about the partnership.”

The Grand Cinema C3X LUMIS 3D dual-projection system is designed to recreate 3D images in the home, with the same depth and intensity as those experienced in the cinema, the company says.

With the power of two C3X LUMIS three-chip, full HD DLP projectors, delivering up to 6,000 lumens to a standard screen -- each projector is outfitted with an internal motorized 3D filter -- the system is configurable for 2D or 3D images at 1080p, according to SIM2. The customer can transform the system from 2D to 3D with a touch of a button.

“At CEDIA 2010 we introduced the concept of ‘bringing projection out of the dark.’ We continue this theme in 2011 with new products, technologies, and solutions designed around this concept,” Fabiano said. “Our aim is to bring SIM2-quality images into a wider variety of customer room scenarios—reference theater, media room or family/games room—regardless of lighting conditions.

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