3D is all the rage at the moment. Turning poor films into box office smashes and adding a little bit extra to the good ones. Sony, as always, has been quick to catch on to the trend and now launches its first ever 3D home cinema projector.
The Sony VPL-VW90ES delivers an unparalleled and truly immersive 3D home cinema experience, using the active shutter technology from their 3D Bravia TV range, to give a ‘more natural’ viewing experience.
It’s not just blockbuster films either. Sky for example are now showing football in 3D, as well as other sporting events, making you feel like you’re in the stadium without ever having to leave your settee.
If 3D sport’s not for you then get truly lost in virtual gaming worlds thanks to Sony’s upgraded SXRD technology, which allows real-time response times in a fast-paced 3D gaming environment. There’s a host of 3D games hitting the shelves from Gran Turismo 5 to Wip3out, all of which can be played in crystal clear high definition.
Key to the VPL-VW90ES is customisation. The projector is simple to setup and ideally suited to meet a wide range of configurations. You can personalise the projector depending on what’s on the screen and the size of the room you’re in - whether it’s a small living room or large home theatre. It’s perfect for the style conscious - you can make the screen disappear from the wall at the touch of a button.
To achieve the excellent image quality needed for home theatre, the projector is equipped with Sony’s Advanced Iris 3 technology, with the ability to project 3D in Full HD 1080p. It’s still also capable of taking 2D video and simulating 3D images, bringing new life to classic movies, allowing a wide variety of your old video content to be brought up to date.
All in all, this is a must have for the serious home cinema enthusiast, if only so you can enjoy cinema quality without someone munching popcorn or rustling a crisp packet behind you.
Price around £6000
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