A home cinema projector has been launched by Sony, designed to cater to people interested in viewing the best quality 3D images in their homes.

The high end VPL-VW95ES uses SXRD technology to reduce the gaps between pixels and features over 1,100 ANSI lumens as well as a 150,000:1 contrast ratio; all designed to improve picture quality.

Using Sony's Advanced Iris 3 technology, the projector is able to provide a contrast enhancer in order to maximise the dynamic contrast ration when used with the iris. This is designed to deliver a crisper and brighter final image, while the Motionflow technology should also help to reduce any blur or judder effects while the system is in use.

In order to benefit from the 3D system, the device comes with a pair of 3D glasses, which have been upgraded on Sony's previous model to make them lighter. Meanwhile, a transmitter has been built around the lens to ensure that it doesn't need to be connected or installed with a cable.

Through the use of the glasses and a unique algorithm the projector can reproduce a 3D effect from any 2D source, making it a particularly flexible machine.