JVC is previewing the world's highest pixel density projection chip that will enable future 4K2K projectors to be smaller, lighter and more affordable.
The 4K2K device chip will deliver images that are more than 4 times the resolution of high definition. JVC is previewing the device and at InfoComm 2007 in Anaheim, CA, April 19-21 at the JVC booth #3504.
The newly developed 1.27-inch (approximately 43% area reduction) 4K2K D-ILA device chip expands on technologies used in the DLA-HD10/RS1 D-ILA Reference Series home cinema projectors that deliver 15,000:1 native contrast ratio.
The 4K2K D-ILA device offers the world?s largest number of pixels, 4096 x 2400 ? about ten megapixels ? and a high 20,000:1 contrast ratio.
"An extremely high contrast ratio provides the stability and resolution needed in crucial applications such as flight simulators and robotic surgery," said Jack Faiman, vice president of JVC's display division.
Applications that will benefit from 4K2K projectors featuring JVC?s new D-ILA technology consist of simulation, computer modeling and CAD, and medical viewing systems.
For more information about JVC?s projectors and D-ILA technology, visit JVC?s Web http://pro.jvc.com.