Digital Projection International (DPI) announces the release of their TITAN Quad product line—a family of 3D capable three-chip projector displays with a variety of professional features, including image warp and blend capabilities and native resolutions. The TITAN Quad joins over 30 other 3D capable displays in the TITAN line.
TITAN Quad allows for geometric warp corrections by adjusting the interpolated grid array, which can adjust up to 16 x 16 nodes. The TITAN Quad line can store up to eight generated maps, which can be downloaded directly onto the projector. Other on-board adjustments standard on the TITAN Quad include Pincushion, Barrel, Cornerstone, Vertical and Horizontal Keystone and Image Rotation.
The TITAN Quad’s high bit depth processing gives the projector edge blending and multi-projector tiling capability. The on-board tiling function—which comes standard with the TITAN Quad—assigns multiple projectors positions within an image matrix. With video processing, the TITAN Quad will project the specific segment of the overall matrix assigned to it, tiling multiple projectors for one large image. Also, non-blended areas are given uniformity, regardless of the brightness of the projected image, with TITAN Quad’s Black Level Uplift.
TITAN Quad models offer single stage scaling, which enables the projectors to resize and warp an image in one step. Also, the projectors can add a warp-blend map to ensure geometrically correct blending and scaling while using the blend and scaling features at the same time.
The TITAN Quad models feature 3D technology that is exclusive to all DPI 3D displays.
FastFrame motion blur reduction helps reduce image distortion when projecting fast moving images such as sporting events, video games or simulations. Another DPI technology is Dual-Flash processing which enables the projector to take 60 Hz 3D sources and display them at 120 Hz or take 24 Hz 3D sources and display them at 144 Hz. Also, with Dual-Pipe Connectivity, the projectors can display two sources in parallel—producing an image for the right eye and the left eye. Alongside these specific features, the DPI DVI dual input enables direct display of sequential frame rates up to 144fps on all TITAN Quad models.
The TITAN Quad projectors use four 400-watt high-intensity discharge lamps boasting 1,600 lumens light output in total. In correlation with high output display, the TITAN Quad models use DPI ColorMax technology, which aids in color management and color calibration. Plus, the TITAN Quad line offers a variety of different lenses ranging in capability from fixed to zoom and throw ratios from .67 to 11.2:1.