World’s First 3D 4K Home Theater Projector

 World’s First 3D 4K Home Theater Projector

Sony Worlds First 3d 4k Home Theater Projector

Home entertainment is all set to become a whole lot more demanding. As, it’s time now to forget 1080p as the standard for high-definition video in the home, as its replacement, the next-generation of TV technology, 4K resolution, also known as Quad Full HD is already making its presence felt strongly in the home entertainment sector. Already embraced by Hollywood and earlier introduced by Panasonic in its 152-inch 4K resolution TV, the biggest plasma screen in the world, first shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in year 2010, the ultra high-definition 4K resolution is the technology in demand. And, considering this, Sony has now introduced a 4K home cinema projector, dubbed as VPL-VW1000ES that offers video quality four times better than HD (1080p) displays. Thus, becoming the world’s first among the consumer electronics companies to release a 4K resolution in a home cinema projector.

Sony brings Worlds First 3D 4K Home Theater Projector

However, the merits of packing more than 8 million pixels in to a 20-inch display, or even 3 million into a 9.7-inch display, may be questionable, but projecting this number of pixels on to a screen across a few meters may be a different matter all together. And, Sony’s 3D-capable VPL-VW1000ES justifiably does this work of throwing 8.8 million pixels on to the screen.

Sony Home Theater Projector

Using Sony’s own IRIS3 technology combined with new SXRD 4K panel, this new projector produces 2,000 ANSi-lumens of brightness and dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. Further, it boasts a 2.1 motorized zoom and can easily produce images from 60 to 300 inches in size, diagonally. And, the projector’s bulb is expected to provide brightness from 2,000 to 2,500 hours. Additionally, two HDMI ports, mini D-sub port, Ethernet port, and component input come standard as connectivity options.

The 3D-capable VPL-VW1000ES also features Sony’s ‘Reality Creation’ upscaler that can easily take SD or HD, along with 2D or 3D content and upscale it to ultra HD, 4K resolution. The projector also supports anamorphic films of 2D and 3D, and for the unit’s TDG-PJ1 USB-chargeable 3D glasses, Sony has opted for active shutter technology.

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