Originally Posted by jamieuk147 /t/1474493/sharpest-projector-of-all-time#post_23360181
Am looking to buy a 1080p DLP projector for gaming
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Originally Posted by mark haflich /t/1474493/sharpest-projector-of-all-time#post_23361312
So the pixels themselves will be sharper so to speal om a DLP chips compared to an LCD etc chip. Also in most DLPs and all the ones we asre talking about here only one chip ia used and unlike three chip machines there is no misconvergence to make things appear less sharp. No personally, I think it ids easier to see the grid on a DLP machine like the SP-A800 or 900 because the grid is sharplyu defined on the chip because of the pixel straight edges and the lenses being so could to clearly resolve the pixels,i
Originally Posted by zombie10k /t/1474493/sharpest-projector-of-all-time/0_50#post_23361390
imo e-shift helps make skin look as real as possible on a digital projector.
Originally Posted by Elix /t/1474493/sharpest-projector-of-all-time#post_23361587
For the topic starter if he haven't already seen this article: http://www.videovantage.com/?p=819
Also there were reports that LCD may actually seem sharper from the distance than 2 other technologies. My theory is that since it has lesser pixel fill of the bunch (around 50%?) our brain actually reconstructs the image beginning from a certain distance, filling in the information in between pixel gaps. As there are much less gaps between pixels on DLP or LCoS there is much less for the brain left to do. That's why LCD image may appear sharper sometimes. A wild idea but why not? Don't black frames help in making 24 frames motion appear fluid? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1aMD6dI-rc
Originally Posted by mark haflich /t/1474493/sharpest-projector-of-all-time/0_50#post_23361820
Why does the image from a single DLP look sharper from the middle portion of the chip? The chip itself doesn't change. Its cut from a sheet I think. The only thing that would affect the image assuming the chip is in the sweet spot coming through the lens is the back plane focus of the lens. Of course at close throw (widest exit image), lens shift, the extremes could look less sharp.
Originally Posted by humbland /t/1474493/sharpest-projector-of-all-time#post_23364248
I have a question related to sharpness.
I'm thinking of adding the Darbee into my PJ "chain". When I look online, there are two or three different models of the device.
They range in price from about $250 to about $350. What is the difference between them? Perhaps someone can point me to a thread that addresses this...
Originally Posted by zombie10k /t/1474493/sharpest-projector-of-all-time#post_23364266
?? There is only 1 standalone darbee device out there:
Lumagen has a VP that includes the Darbee processing, but as far as the standalone devices, this is the one that everyone is talking about.