Tuesday, September 03, 2013
The Ultra HD Home Cinema Projector
Rather than simply incorporating an upscale version of 1080p, Sony integrated an all-out 4K foundation when it built the first authentic Ultra HD product available to consumers. In 2012, Sony launched the VPL-VW1000ES home cinema projector using technologies that were initially developed for its commercial projector line. Without a doubt, the VPL-VW1000ES follows the DCI (Digital Cinema Initiative) requirements, which employs a somewhat different resolution (4096p x 2160p) than those of the Ultra HD TVs.
In no way are they related to JVC's 4K branded projectors including the DLA-X55R, DLA-X95R, and DLA-X75R. These projectors produce a true Full HD image while utilizing pixel-shifting panel technology (referred to as e-shift2) to generate a better detailed, textured picture.
Benefits of the Sony VPL-VW1000ES Home Cinema Projector
- Built-in UHD 8.8 million pixel SXRD panel
- Recognizes Ultra HD content over HDMI
- Displays content natively
- Up-converts any incoming source
- Produces genuine Ultra HD resolution
The bottom line is - how much does resolution actually matter? 4K is pushing to totally eliminate the pixel altogether. Therefore, the goal is to create an image that appears like a natural, seamless whirl of colors as opposed to a typical computer generated image. Get ready - 4K Ultra HD is the future.