Technology experts JVC have confirmed the launch of a brand new high-end native 4K home cinema projector later this year.
According to JVC, more details about the new device will be released on 11 October. However, the company has suggested a move away from its well-established e-shift faux 4K stance and towards native 4K technology.
Dubbed the Blu-Escent, the new device is set to have it's official UK launch at Mercedes Benz World, but the company is expected to released
JVC Visual Systems Division has announced the launch of its new BLU-Escent laser hybrid illumination projector technology.
Displaying the technology for the first time at the recent raining and simulation event I/ITSEC 2014, held in Orlando, Florida, the company showed off its DLA-VS2500ZG and DLA-VS2300ZG projectors to attendees. Both of the projectors are aimed at meeting the requirements for simulation and visualisation applications.
The DLA-VS2500 and DLA-VS2300 represent the
Projector Reviews has handed out awards as part of its Best Home Theater Projectors report.
The projectors were divided up into categories depending on their price and the winning device in the most expensive class was the Sony VPL-VW600ES, beating the JVC DLA-RS49/RS4910/X500R into second place.
At the bottom of the price range there was a tie for the best in class award between the BenQ W1070 and Epson's Pro Cinema 4030, while second spot went to the Epson Home Cinema 2000/2030.
The JVC DLA-X500 projector is the latest update of JVC's D-ILA projection system. Based on the X55 model, the X500 is capable of a contrast ratio of 600,000:1, or 60,000:1 without the use of the dynamic iris technology.
Designed with a similar layout to the previous JVC projector models, the DLA-X500 includes air exhaust vents on either side, adjustable feet and rear connections, while the main body remains relatively large at 455 x 179 x 472mm.
The connectivity options available
JVC Professional Products Company, a division of JVC Americas Corporation, has unveiled its new DLA-2400ZG projector at the I/ITEC 2013 conference, which ran from the 2 to 5 of December in Orlando, FL.
Featuring JVC's own e-shift technology, the DLA-VS2400ZG provides alternative light source projection, which was showcased at the conference.
Designed for the simulation market, the alternative light source preserves the native contrast ratio and dynamic range of images with
JVC claims that its latest line of home cinema projectors offer the highest native and dynamic contrast the industry has seen yet.
With its latest line, the firm aims to improve home cinema viewing significantly. The image quality improvements have been made possible thanks to a new imaging device, upgrades to JVC’s e-shift technology, 4K source compatibility, and the implementation of Intelligent LensAperture, which users can select themselves. All the new projectors are also 3D-enabled.
Electronics company JVC is getting ready to launch one of the first ever 8K projectors in Japan later this month.
Following the creation of a prototype in 2008, the electronics giant has managed to create an 8K projector using 4K technology, enabling viewers to watch an 8K image from a 4K source.
With a lack of 8K components on the market, JVC use two 4K images to create the appearance of an 8K image via their DLA-VS4800 projector.
The image is achieved by projecting two
JVC has launched a cutting edge app that allows owners of their D-ILA video projectors to control the devices from their iPhones or iPads.
The app is available through the iTunes store and allows anyone with an iOS device – including the iPod Touch – to use the device as a remote control for the projector.
Via the app, the users will not only be able to operate basic remote functions, such as input selection, but it will also allow them to perform more advanced actions,