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Bringing 3D Cinema Experience to Your Home with a 3D Projector 1080P

Updated on November 7, 2012
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3D Projector 1080P is perhaps one of the latest entertainment equipment that any 3D enthusiasts should have in their collections. In the recent years, you might have found out that most movie releases particular blockbusters are created in 3D. Everyone is crazy about this phenomenon and the movie will seem to lack something if the 3D aspect is taken out from it.

All types of films are being made in the 3D format ranging from cartoon animations movies to action/thriller/horror movies. There is just something for every movie lover and to experience a movie deeply, you have to see it in 3D.

Watching a 3D movie in the theater is quite exciting but what if you want to experience the same at the comfort at your home? Perhaps you would like to watch your favorite movies in 3D after it was not shown in your favorite theater.

With the ever evolving technology in 3D entertainment, electronic (audio and visual) manufacturers are coping up with the trend by offering a huge range of 3D TVs and projectors in the market. With such inventions, movie enthusiasts can now bring home the same 3D experience that offered by theater. It is no longer something that you can only enjoy outside. Just get a 3D LCD TV and you are ready to lost in the 3D world. However, a better way to have a real home theater effect is not other than getting a 3D HD projector.

3D Projector: How Does it Create the 3D Effect?

ViewSonic PJD6531w
ViewSonic PJD6531w

A 3D projector works by alternating two images that would get combined by wearing a 3D shutter glasses, thus creating the desired 3D effect. These 3D glasses will only allow one of your eyes to be able to see an image at a time. And when this is done at a very fast pace, your eyes will not be able to detect the alternating images and thus, creating the 3D effect. Without the glasses put on, the movie that you see will look like sketches that terrible to look at.

There are many types of 3D Projector, the most ordinary and cheapest ones are the type that is designed for 3D still image for presentation particular in an art and photography class. The ones that are suitable for home theater are the ones that can produce high definition (HD) 3D Movie.

1080p Projector: What is this now?

You might be wondering what is a 1080p projector. Well, if you have recently bought a lcd monitor you will most probably recall that the salesperson might inquired what was the screen resolution that you were looking for. A screen resolution refers to the number of pixels that are used to create the picture. A pixel is a single and smallest dot on the screen and thus, the more total pixels that a display has, the better quality that it can produce. In other words, higher resolution means better and higher quality.

1080 represents true HD or high definition of a picture quality, which has 1920 X 1080 pixels. With that, it also means that a 1080p projector is able to produce the best possible picture for your viewing pleasure.

The 'p', on the hand, stands for 'progressive', which means the image produced does not interlace like what is done in an ordinary television. Progressive scanning produces extremely sharp and smooth viewing.

3D Projector 1080p

Since the 3d Projector 1080p is probably the best 3d projector that is available in the market right now, it is undoubtedly more expensive than other cheaper 3D projectors. For example, the 3D 720p projector is only a fraction of the cost but don't expect the same 3D experience you will be getting from it. 1080p is the true HD.

Since the price of a 3D 1080p projector is quite expensive right now, not everyone will be willing to spend that much of money on an entertainment device. So before really going out to get yourself one of this thing, you should consider what you are going to use it for. If you want to be able to watch HD quality 3D movies and you have a budget, then you should get this 3d projector 1080p. On the other hand, if you just want to watch Blu-ray movies and replacing your old plasma TV, then a 1080p projector will do the job.

Now ,if you are looking for an affordable projector that will be good for a wide variety of uses that don't require the HD quality, then a cheaper 3d projector is most probably your good pick.

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