Digital Projection International (DPI) says it has completely reinterpreted how an advanced 3D display should be designed, with the introduction of the new TITAN Quad 3D product line.
DPI’s TITAN Reference Quad
The compact (for its capabilities) 8,000-lumen TITAN Reference Quad 1080p-3D and 16,000 lumen TITAN Quad 1080p-3D are both active and passive 3D-capable with HDMI 1.4-compliant 3D connectivity. The projectors also include DP’s exclusive ColorMax color management system for consistent color performance and precise color gamut control. The new TITAN Quad displays now represent the flagship of DPI’s TITAN product line, which incorporates more than 30 distinct 3D capable models.
As brightness is an essential characteristic when considering a 3D projector purchase, the TITAN Quad displays ensure 8,000 and 16,000 lumens for large screen. They also boast improved color performance due to DPI’s exclusive Xenon Color Mode. This color-space replicating capability assures more accurate skin tones of your favorite actors and the team colors of your favorite sports heroes are rendered true and accurate.
With over four years of experience designing, manufacturing, distributing and supporting powerful 3D projectors, DPI has developed exclusive 3D advances that extend the flexibility found within each TITAN Quad display. According to the company, FastFrame motion blur reduction all but eliminates motion artifacts associated with rapidly moving content, such as what may be seen when viewing sporting events or participating in video games. DPI’s Dual-Flash Processing assures the smoothest in screen imagery, by frame doubling 60 Hz 3D sources to be displayed at 120 Hz on screen, or by frame tripling 24/48 Hz 3D sources, such as frame-packed 3D Blu-ray discs, to be displayed at 144 Hz.
DPI will be demonstrating the new TITAN Quad displays, in addition to numerous other new 2D and 3D precision projectors, throughout a newly designed 60 x 60-foot booth (#4340) at CEDIA EXPO 2011 from September 7-10 in Indianapolis, Indiana.