SIM2 NERO 3D projector
Using technologies developed for its high-performance LUMIS 3D line of products, SIM2 is bringing high-performance to a new, lower price point through the introduction of its NERO projector.
The Italian video manufacturer SIM2 has always approached the high-performance video market a little differently than its competition. Some of the ways the company has gone about things a little differently include its emphasis on industrial design and its use of proprietary light engine designs.
SIM2’s latest product, the NERO 3D projector incorporates many of the company’s recent flagship technology developments in a package that brings the price of ownership down tens of thousands of dollars. The NERO features Texas Instruments’ (TI) single-chip DLP technologies along with SIM2’s ALPHAPATH light engine design and high-quality optical glass lenses to provide homeowners with a high-performance video solution.
The unit also incorporates active 3D technologies, SIM2’s PureMovie, PureMotion and PureMotion 3D 120Hz video processing technologies, a choice of inputs, and a choice of custom installation calibration options. In addition, the Italian manufacturer says the unit is capable of producing brightness levels up to 2,000 lumens to facilitate its installation in great room/media room environments.
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