Christie has expanded its product offerings for the visualization markets with the addition of its next-generation Mirage M Series high performance digital projectors. The M Series joins the latest Mirage J Series, adding three new 3D-capable products to the dual-lamp platform for a total of 21 projectors in the Mirage Series lineup. Both the Mirage M and Mirage J Series projector platforms now come with an Intelligent Lens System (ILS) that features auto lens calibration and an all new version “Christie Twist,” which the company says provides enhanced built-in geometric warping with sharper imagery, and advanced edge-blending capabilities that reduce or eliminate all electronic blending artifacts.
Christie Mirage M Series
The three new models in the Mirage M series are: Mirage DS+14K-M, Mirage HD14K-M and Mirage WU14K-M. The Mirage M series projectors consist of either SXGA+, HD or WUXGA resolution and now feature from 6,000 up to 12,500 lumens. All three projectors will start shipping in July.
Christie Mirage J Series
The Christie Mirage J Series includes xenon illumination, capability for stereoscopic digital projection in SXGA+ (4:3), HD (16:9) andWUXGA (16:10) resolutions.
The Mirage M and J Series projectors come out of the box ready to produce active stereo projection from four different types of 3D source inputs:
- Up to 120 Hz native input over a single dual-link DVI-D cable or VGA cable
- A true 120 Hz image from two 60 Hz frame locked sources for compatibility with most passive stereo input sources
- Frame doubled content from 48-60 Hz for maximum system compatibility with single-link DVI-D
- Analog and full HDCP support of multiple mode 3D sources from consumer devices including triple flash at 144 Hz
Both the Mirage M and J series offer a host of options including HD-SDI and other input cards and can also project polarized passive stereo output with an optional filter.
Full specs on all of them are here: http://www.christiedigital.com/en-us/3D/products-and-solutions/projectors/Pages/default.aspx