Good to know Petri. Thanks.
Specs on this projector are a bit thin, but it sounds like it would be a great companion to some software I develop for my company at www.digitall.net.au
It sounds like, your projector and our software = 4K playback of a DCP very cost effectively.
Recently we released dcpPlayer Version 2 with SMPTE DCP playback support on Windows based computers. Version 2 support SMPTE-DCP which means all the different frame rates, 24,25,30,48,50,60. As it based on the latest asdcplib, it will, but I have not really tested it, play back HFR (High frame rate) 3D at 48(96fps) and 60(120fps)
I am keen to see if we can get dcpPlayer working with this projector with a full 4K video path. Check out dcpPlayer at our website..
Jim, please contact me when you have time as we may have other opportunities for a projector like this in certain regions of the world.
We will also be going to CinemCon, which I imagine you will also attend.
Also, is it possible to get the official tech specs available at this time. (Or as much technical information you are willing to release at this time) Especially in terms of your position on DCI compliance. Is it the objective?
Would like to make a video for my Cinema technology Video podcast. www.cinetechgeek.com
How big and heavy is this baby?
Anyone at NAB able to help?
You only need a silver screen for front projected 3D... If you only plan on using our Laser projector for 2D.. a white screen is fine.
And remember.. since we are shooting 24 foot lamberts you don't need it to be high gain. A higher gain screen improves the effects of polarization but also gets into all sorts of other issues like hotspots etc.
You guys that saw it yesterday should come see it again today.. we made some substantial improvements late in the wee hours today :)
Can you give any specific recommendation for a prefect screen gain/type/brand?! We're looking into building a new color correction room based on the projector, so we want everything to be perfect once you release it :)
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