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Projectiondesign F35 AS3D 1920×1200 120Hz 3D DLP Projector

November 2nd, 2011 · 8 Comments · General 3D News


Finally there is a 3D-capable projector that natively supports Full HD or actually even a bit higher 1920×1200 resolution (16:10 aspect ratio) with up to 120Hz refresh rate in stereoscopic 3D mode. Made by the Norwegian company Projectiondesign, the F35 AS3D is a high-end 3D DLP projector that is unfortunately not intended for home users and the fact that there is no price quoted on the manufacturer’s website simply means that the device won’t be something that everyone can place in their home to play games in stereo 3D mode (should be over 25K USD). The lamp life is up to 2000 hours in full power or up to 2500 hours in Eco mode. The maximum brightness level you can get is up to 7500 ANSI lumens and the maximum contrast is up to 7500:1, quite impressive specs if this was a consumer product, but not that surprising levels for a high-end solution intended for professional use such as scientific visualization, virtual reality, visitor attraction and training and simulation applications.



This 3D projector supports both 1920×1200 and 1920×1080 resolutions with 120Hz in 3D move with frame sequential 3D input over a Dual-Link DVI interface, it is also equipped with HDMI 1.3 connectors that can be used for lower resolution 3D content (no HDMI 1.4 frame packaging support). It uses DLP Link active shutter glasses, but there is also a 3D-Sync connector that is essentially a standard 3-pin mini-DIN VESA stereo connector that allows you to connect an external IR emitter and use other types of glasses as well. Imagine gaming with that in stereo 3D mode using 3D Vision at home.

For more information about the Projectiondesign F35 AS3D projector…

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