projectiondesign Leaps Ahead to WQXGA (2560x1600) Resolution

 WQXGA features 78 percent more pixels than WUXGA (1920x1200), and offers more than five times the resolution of a standard XGA display.
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Norway’s projectiondesign has unleashed what it says is the first of its kind in the world: a new F35 series DLP projector, featuring Texas Instruments’ WQXGA DLP chip, offering 2560x1600 resolution.

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digitalprojection F35 WQXGA (2560x1600) projector

WQXGA features 78 percent more pixels than WUXGA (1920x1200), and offers more than five times the resolution of a standard XGA display.

“Bringing this new, ultra-high resolution imaging to market will increase efficiencies, reduce installation complexities, and provide a better return on investment for users,” says Anders Løkke, International Marketing & Communications manager at projectiondesign. “For the same number of channels you now get more pixels, and that is of great benefit in visualization and simulation, where the emphasis is on fine detail and the accurate rendering of images. We are grateful to our key technology provider, Texas Instruments, for providing the opportunity to present the first WQXGA projector.”

“We are delighted that projectiondesign has deployed the WQXGA chip in a projector as innovative and as striking as the F35,” said Roger Carver, manager of DLP’s front projector business at Texas Instruments, “This is not the first time that we have provided our technology to this innovative company to launch into the market. We see this introduction as a major step forward in technology and it is really satisfying to see this ultra-high resolution being exploited by projectiondesign in such an effective and imaginative way.”

The F35 will be available to the market during the second half of 2010. projectiondesign is showing it now.

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