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VPixx Propixx

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Up to 500 Hz refresh rate
Up to 12 bits RGB intensity
Up to 1920 x 1080 display resolution
Deterministic timing between reception of video signal and update of display pixels
RGB LED light source
Short and long throw lenses available
Passive 3D with 400Hz ferro-electric circular polarizer


Lenses available:

Part Number
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Focus Range
VPX-ACC-6501Super short-throw lens0.73 : 13.18 - 4.27ft
VPX-ACC-6502Short-throw lens1.56 – 1.86 : 16.6 - 23ft
VPX-ACC-6503Long-throw lens1.85 – 2.40 : 18.2 - 32.8ft
VPX-ACC-6504Super long-throw lens2.4 – 4.0 : 16.6 - 39.4ft

Lens Shift (maximum)
Vertical: 0.7 of frame if horizontal is at 0% position
Horizontal: 0.3 of frame if vertical is at 0% position
NOTE: 0.73 super short-throw lens has NO LENS SHIFT

http://www.vpixx.com/datasheets/ds_propixx_lite.pdf
http://www.vpixx.com/products/visual-stimulus-displays/propixx-lite.html
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Interesting. However:

contast: 2000:1
lumens: 600 (probably before calibration?)

That's a bit too low for my taste...
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Interesting. However:

contast: 2000:1
lumens: 600 (probably before calibration?)

That's a bit too low for my taste...

Jus like a TruVue Vango that wasn't that bad smile.gif
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Looks like a re-badged Digital Projection M-Vision

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Gave them a call, it is intended for research and medical imaging hence the incredibly high refresh rate. It has no HDMI inputs and requires dual link DVI. Price was... well, better discussed in the big boys forum ;-)

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$30K for the lite version

Multi-Projector Edge-Blending & Geometry correction for games and simulations.
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