Shown in various configurations on the stand, including VR systems for educational medicine, 3D animations of the technical process of how to run an engine were demonstrated. The F35 AS3D produces 1,920 x 1,200 pixel resolution at 120 Hz refresh rates and displays fully uncompressed 3D with more detail than any projector in its size. One of the real user benefits lies in the deployment of newly developed dual bandwidth imaging - double the processing speed of competing products whilst outputting full image detail and accuracy without artefacts.
The F35 AS3D is based on the company's F35 wqxga model, the highest resolution DLP projector available for commercial use, and it features a wide range of specifically designed high-resolution projection lenses. In addition, it incorporates projectiondesign's unique RealColor colour management suite for perfect on-site calibration and unmatched colour accuracy, the firm said. Natural and precise colours add to the high-resolution performance of the F35 AS3D, and image quality can be guaranteed over any number of projection channels.
The projector offers brightness levels up to 7,500 ANSI lumens, a range of configuration options, and seamless switching between 3D and 2D. Additional benefits include user adjustable Smear Reduction Processing that reduces motion artefacts in high-speed imaging - yet another key feature for simulation and visualization applications.
In addition to jointly exhibiting with i3D Poland, several projectiondesign F35 AS3D projectors were deployed across partner stands including:
Fredrik Brostrøm-Hansen, Product Marketing Manager, projectiondesign, stated: "Our presence at Laval Virtual demonstrates the wide market acceptance of our technologies in use by today's leading scientific visualization, virtual reality, visitor attractions and training and simulation applications. All which have the commonality of using higher detail enabling users to make quicker and better-informed decisions."