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Digital Projection HIGHLite WUXGA 660-3D Projector
The innovative projector utilizes three-chip DLP technologies from Texas Instruments to produce bright and vivid images on large screens.

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Digital Projection says its WUXGA 660-3D projector can be used for applications such as 3D mapping, training and education and rental and staging.
February 15, 2013 By CI Staff

Many of the trends that drive residential electronics sales fuel the growth of commercial A/V components, and Digital Projection reflects that in its product development.

The Skinny: The Atlanta-based manufacturer Digital Projection (DP) has established itself as a top provider of high-performance products for both markets and recently the company announced its HIGHlite Cine WUXGA 660-3D projector that can be used for commercial installations, as well as flagship home theaters.

The Specs: Digital Projection says the Cine WUXGA 660-3D employs a three-chip Texas Instruments DLP chipset, as well as Blend and Warp technologies to deliver 1920x1080 and 1920x1200 resolutions. The company designed the projector to output high levels of brightness to project vivid images on screens 12-feet wide and larger. Digital Projection adds the projector also includes dual-pipe 3D signal capabilities to allow the WUXGA 660-3D to show dual 60Hz signals.

Solutions: Some of the usages of the Cine WUXGA 660-3D include rental and staging, large-screen home video, boardroom and conference rooms, retail, training and education, 3D mapping and houses of worship.

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