Mitsubishi to deliver the 3D experience to your home via Diamond 3D projector
For those of you out there who still cannot get enough of stereoscopic 3D movies and would love to enjoy a similar cinematic experience at home, then the Mitsubishi Diamond 3D projector is definitely your cup of tea. Of course, if you’re going to attend CES 2011 like the Coolest Gadgets team is, then you would be more than happy to drop by Mitsubishi’s booth to see the Diamond 3D projector in action – bring along some Kleenex to wipe away all that drool just in case. Wayne Kozuki, product manager of Mitsubishi says that “We’ve heard that this is ‘the year of 3D. But Mitsubishi has been selling 3D-ready TVs since 2007, so it’s the home entertainment industry that is finally catching up to us.” Hmmm, pretty lofty words, hopefully they have the technology to remain ahead of the pack, eh?
The new Mitsubishi Diamond 3D projector will be jam packed with features which create crisp, vivid, engaging 3D images that are capable of displaying more than 100-inch screens, delivering a true theater experience. All you need now are well drawn curtains, a fantastic speaker system as well as a reliable popcorn machine (and a beer fridge by the side, of course). Powered by an SXRD cutting-edge reflective liquid-crystal optical engine, Mitsubishi ups the ante by throwing in their own algorithms and processing technologies in order to deliver a high-brightness, high-contrast (up to 120,000:1 full on/full off) experience which is smooth, dazzling and true to the original content.
One of the key element in projector performance would be the lens, and Mitsubishi has certainly done their homework to equip the Diamond 3D projector with an extra-low dispersion glass coupled with its six-piece, 17-cluster structure that delivers higher functionality while minimizing chromatic aberration. The result? Your eyes will definitely thank you as it views both colors and details that are impeccably crystal clear. You won’t find the Diamond 3D interrupting your routine as well since it makes only 19dBa of noise, letting viewers hear the movie easily even in whisper-soft scenes, so the annoying projector hum should be a thing of the past.