They have a small booth at the end of the hall, it is filled with two larger LCD projectors, so I had too look at the smallish screen from the side. The new filter might not be carried over to Dolby, as Dolby uses different frequencies.
I wasn't impressed with the demo, as the only recent reference I have for Infinitec was the dual Lumis set-up I saw briefly this afternoon (Room E105/6 one of the side corridors next to hall 12). So, I haven't got a good reference for same screensize/projectortype brightness levels. Secondly it suffers from the same issue all 3D demo's I look at the glasses, not just through the glasses. The glasses do no cover my eyses, and leave a large area open for light to enter and reflect onto the inside of the glasses. The Sim2 demo using the Grand Canyon Imax movie, where the people were quite well and sharply seperated from the background.
Nothing 'must see' from what I have seen. I only had about the same time for the show.
DPI wasn't showing the single chip 400 3D. The software wasn't there,yet. Expected to arrive tomorow, though.
Runco refused to show anything, you'll find them at the end of the corridor in room E102, so perhaps you are in luck, the room not full, yet, and you're getting there at the start of the presentation. The corridor starts with an audio room from Steinway/Lyngdorf.
Both Panasonic and Lang AG are showing the new 152.5 Plasma. It looked larger at the Panasonic stand, due to the surrounding wall.
The Christie business DLPs looked a lot like the Panasonics, even the naming looks 'Panasonic'. No idea though if there is any actual relationship.
Schneider Digital's four projector (in this case off-the-shelf Sanyo wide angle) 128" mini-vr-wall looked okay, and competitively priced at 49K for the base version upto 70K for the six projector 6 meter version.
Canon was showing a better blending demo than last year. 10 projectors lighting up a grey dome. Blending by AV Stumpfl software. Vivitek is also working on blending software, to end up in its larger projectors. Stumpfl is also showing its new camera based system. Projection Dome is demoing its camera based blending/warping system, in addition to its own software your fellow country men are showing a set-up based around watchout, that is also shown at Dataton. Didn't manage to get to AnalogWay.
Had to skipp the JVC (4K Sh7..) demo, as I didn't have the time to wait 15 minutes for it to start. Did see the first gen at Meridian.
LG was showing the 300 lumens units, first time I had seen them in operation, as these LG Benelux doesn't sell projectors. The HX300 4x3 and the new 1280x800 HW(ireless)300, will be a tad cheaper and should become available available in April. The HX350 shown at IFA is currently available in Asia the Korean gentlemen told me.
They looked okay at relatively large screens, but these were 3D Silverscreens;-). Guess I shouldn't get rid of my ol' Vutec Torus;-).
I am sure I have seen some other stuff, but can't remember right now. Am a bit tired. As the rai is quite warm, ahum. Good decission not to wear a suit this year;-).
P.s. Prysm, Dizzman wasn't around, what is his real name, again?