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Digital Projection Launches WUXGA Projector with 60,000 hour Lifetime Illumination at InfoComm 2011

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ATLANTA, GA – InfoComm 2011 – Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, announces an expansion of the already robust single-chip LED product line with the new M-Vision WUXGA LED. The new WUXGA resolution M-Vision delivers native 1920 x 1200 pixel imagery and over 60,000 hours of LED illumination life. Ideal for critical 24/7 projection applications, as well as any application needing long-life projection systems with unmatched color saturation, lumen maintenance and color stability. Combined with the already established products within the M-Vision Cine LED and dVision LED product lines, the new M-Vision WUXGA LED ensures that Digital Projection International offers the most extensive and capable DLP-based LED product line available today.

A combination of consistently stable, long-term light output and a supremely low-maintenance illumination system defines DPI’s new M-Vision WUXGA LED display. The new 1920 x 1200 resolution M-Vision utilizes Texas Instruments’ DarkChip DLP technology, ensuring unmatched black levels, RGB bit depth and dynamic range. As the LED projector does not incorporate a traditional lamp, media environments utilizing the new display will benefit from their Lifetime Illumination™ 60,000+ hour lifespan. Providing 3-chip color saturation from a small-form single chip display, the M-Vision WUXGA LED presents a powerful yet remarkably affordable solution for a variety of commercial applications including visualization and simulation where image quality, long-life and low long-term cost of ownership are equally valued.

In all of Digital Projection’s LED displays, the RGB-based LED illumination system eliminates the need for a color wheel to produce primary colors. Instead, red, green and blue LED’s produce primary color illumination, rendering a color gamut and color saturation similar to that of a 3-chip DLP projector with no color wheel artifacts. In addition, the M-Vision WUXGA LED includes DPI’s FastFrame technology, which assures fast-moving content appears remarkably sharp and free of motion smear.

Installation is incredibly flexible due to the M-Vision WUXGA LED’s compact and lightweight chassis design, and extraordinary lens shift range of .7 of frame vertical and .3 of frame horizontal. Multiple lens options provide further flexibility, with both fixed, zoom and conversion lenses available. Connectivity includes two HDMI inputs, as well as RGB via D-15, component, composite and S-Video inputs.

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