Sony SRX-R110 Is World's First 4K Projector

Posted: Jun 30 2005, 4:30am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:09pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Sony SRX-R110 is World's First 4K Projector
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Sony announces the world’s first commercially available ‘4K’-pixel projector.

The Sony SRX-R110 conforms to the DCI (Digital Cinema Initiative) system specification standards for digital cinema picture quality and achieves 4K (4096 x 2160) image resolution. This is four times the resolution of a 2K projector.
The SRX-R110 also accepts 2K or High Definition sources that are used for today’s digital theatre exhibition, yet will always display them on the screen as a 4K image by using advanced digital technology. This projector is of course for cinemas, or for 50 Cent's Crib.
Also Hollywood did not start yet to produce 4k movies.

Europe’s first commercial installation of the SRX-R110 4K projector is at the Nova Kino in Trondheim (Norway). Movie goers who saw the movie Factotum on the 4k projector where amazed.
The brightness of the Sony Cinema projector is 10,000 ANSI lumen and the contrast ratio is 1800:1.
More details on the Sony 4k site.

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