I am not familiar with SXRD in great detail
As far as I know, if operating in a standard HD Color Space with a 2.2 Gamma Setting, there should be no reason why the advanced calibration tools for projectors would not work for color, brightness, contrast, focus, sizing, etc.
However, since it is a 4096(H) x 2160(V) pixel projector I have to assume it has an upscaler for Blu-ray or any other source that is not at that native resolution. Our scaling test will clearly show artifacts if any scaling is going on...which means the disc is working as intended. You would want to know if you are scaling an image...which by way of our thinking ... is not a good thing to do.
We work very hard to keep dithering, scaling, and all processing of ALL Audio & Video out of our work to assure ultra high fidelity and full transparency to the original source. We even master in Analog to assure no dithering of audio when we sweeten & master sound. Never in digital...for reasons I can get in to ... but would be be an entirely different discussion.
What folks do after the fact is up to them. Part of our reasoning for this, putting our feelings about it aside, is that anything used today today at a pro level to dither, cale, or process a signal...could be trumped by a consumer technology a few years in to the future.
Then again, they could make it worse. This is why my surround system is all good old fashioned 80 plus year old technology ... I use tubes ... and I won't even begin to share my thoughts on digital technology...
Originally Posted by waltie
Sorry, I was not meant to say so. Indeed I want to have the Disney wow calibration. The fact is that my projector is SXRD, and, (I'm not sure now) it ws intended for use with lcd, plasma and dlp. No reference to SXRD. Of course if it can be applied to it, including projectors calibration, then it turns out to be a very useful, a must have for me.