Mitsubishi is marking the start of the new year with the launch of its new Diamond 3D projector that is aimed at recreating the stereoscopic 3D cinema experience at home.

The projector is filled with features that will create vivid and crystal-clear 3D images that can be displayed on screens of more than 100-inches and deliver a true theatre experience.

The new projector, which can been integrated into the highest-end home cinema systems, is powered by an SXRD cutting-edge reflective liquid-crystal optical engine. Furthering its capabilities, the manufacturer is using its own unique algorithms and processing technology in order to deliver a high-brightness viewing experience of up to 120,000:1.

The electronics conglomerate’s product manager, Wayne Kozuki, said, "We've heard that this is 'the year of 3D', but Mitsubishi has been selling 3D-ready TVs since 2007, so it’s the home entertainment industry that is finally catching up to us."

The impressive lens on the device is made of extra-low dispersion glass, coupled with a six-piece, 17-cluster structure that delivers higher functionality while at the same time minimising chromatic aberration. The projector is also particularly low volume in its operations – making only 19dBa of noise – allowing users to watch even whisper-soft scenes with virtually no disturbance.