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    So...we now know it's a projector based on laser technology. Interesting.
    I assume brightness is in the order of 10,000 lumens or so.
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    I can't wait to see it!
     

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    As I wrestle day in an day out with a professional projector and mating server I can't tell you how excited I am to see RED's solution. This puppy cannot come soon enough... this just made my day.
     

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    Something I've always wondered about laser systems is whether or not they scan like the early DLP projectors. Is the laser just a clean light source or is it scanning several thousand times per second like an old-school CRT?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    "After watching a demo of RED's laser projector I've been struggling to find a way to describe it. Comparing it to traditional professional systems is completely inadequate. I have never witnessed 3D that was as bright or brighter as the best 2D projections until now. It generated the best color, best dynamic range and best images I have ever seen in 3D or even 2D. When I learned we were watching at 1/4 of its total resolution I was speechless."

    Stephen Pizzo- Co-Founder of Element Technica and now partner of 3ality Technica.

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    I'll gladly offer my beta testing services anytime. Can't wait to see it with my own eyes. Hugo's got a new toy to play with :)
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    ...is there a pic of this beast? ;)
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    Is Nov. 3rd party with Scarlet announcement and the projector demo at Red Studios out of the question?
     

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    Imagine putting up a 40 foot screen, aiming that projector at it, and projecting a 4K 3D footage from the new RED Scarlet - on November 3rd !!
    Hehe....imagine the look on Canon's guys' faces.

    Oh, forgot to mention that the new Scarlet is going to feature a Monstro sensor. There will be 2 versions - one for Scarlet, and another for the EPIC.
    Last edited by Eric Z; 09-21-2011 at 11:25 PM.
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    great news Jim

    Just hope I have enough cash to buy 1....even if it is just the home version
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin Greenwalt View Post
    Something I've always wondered about laser systems is whether or not they scan like the early DLP projectors. Is the laser just a clean light source or is it scanning several thousand times per second like an old-school CRT?
    Scanning, therefore variable resolution.
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