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Viewsonic PJD6381

Viewsonic PJD6381

Active glasses will be available “at an affordable price.” Price: $1,249

Texas Instruments (TI) initiated a new era in projection with its development of digitally addressable DLP technology. Now, at InfoComm 09, products from Mitsubishi and Viewsonic are using TI''s latest innovation—a DLP chip that can sync to 3D shutter glasses—to deliver a new generation of inexpensive 3D projectors aimed at classroom, business, and even gamer use.

Viewsonic''s PJD6381 ultrashort-throw 3D projector features 1024x768 XGA resolution, 2500 ANSI lumens, and a 2500:1 contrast ratio. The company claims the projector has one of the shortest throw ratios of any available, which is said to reduce shadowing effects and make it more compatible with whiteboards.

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