The Christie Mirage HD10K-M delivers visually stunning 3D for home theatre and entertainment, museums and education, scientific research, manufacturing, oil and gas exploration and anything in between. Offering complete compatibility with todays 3D home entertainment requirements, the Christie Mirage HD10K-M is ready for Blu-ray 3D video, PS3 and other gaming consoles and meets the mandatory 3D spec for HDMI v1.4a.
Resolution1920 x 1080 HD
Brightness10,000 ANSI lumens
Contrast650:1 ANSI / 2,500-10,000:1 FOFO
IlluminationDual Osram PvIP 350W lamps
Lamp life (typical)1500 hrs @350W, 2000 hrs @300W
Height10.2" (259 mm)
Width19.7" (500 mm)
Depth22.1" (561 mm)
Weight55 lb (25 kg)
With dual image processing capabilities, there are three modes of 3D input - native 3D input, frame doubled 3D and Dual Input 3D for maximum source compatibility and high-performance flicker-free operation without the need of a passive to active converter.
HD resolution (1920 x 1080)
10,000 ANSI lumens
Up to a full 120Hz native frame rate
Dual image processing with two standard full 330MHz dual-link DVI-D input cards
Variable contrast ratio using electronically adjustable iris for crisp, detailed images - 2500-10,000:1 (full on, full off) / 650:1 ANSI
At maximum brightness the projector draws a maximum power of 1320W
Smallest chasis in its class
Motorized yellow notch filter
Dual Osram PviP lamps (350W)
Embedded Christie Twist image warping and edge-blending
Dust-sealed engine, filter-free design
Intelligent Lens System (ILS) for zoom, focus, horizontal and vertical offset
AutoDesk Revit model
Built-in portrait display capabilities*
*Christie M Series stacking frame is required in portrait orientation
The Christie Mirage HD10K-M features 10,000 ANSI lumens, full HD resolution and up to 10,000:1 contrast. Combined with embedded Christie Twist, additional standard features and ruggedized options, an expanded lens suite and industry-leading Christie warranties, service and support, the Christie Mirage M Series provides high-performance and ease of use for high-performance 3D users.
When you want high-performance 3D displays, think Christie Mirage M Series. The most compact 3-chip DLP active stereo projector in its class, the series of 6 models deliver crisp, detailed images with excellent color and brightness.
Christie a global visual technologies company, offers diverse solutions for business, entertainment, and industry. With expertise in film projection since 1929 and professional projection systems since 1979, we've established a reputation as the worlds single source manufacturer of a variety of display technologies and solutions for cinema, large audience environments, control rooms, business presentations, training facilities, 3D and virtual reality, simulation, education, media and government. As a market leader, Christie has installed over 100,000 projection solutions worldwide. Christie technologies Christies broad range of technologies include DLP Cinema projectors, LCD and DLP projectors, rear screen projection modules, video walls, and cutting edge projection technologies for 3D, virtual reality and simulation. Whatever the application, our solutions are purpose-built to meet unique projection requirements, and are backed by industry-leading service and support ensuring complete customer satisfaction. Global organizations use Christie's visual solutions Many of the worlds most demanding organizations rely on Christie for their display solutions, including AMC Theaters, AT&T Global Network Operations Center, Boeing, Buckhead Community Church (Atlanta, Georgia), Carlton Screen Advertising (UK), Cinemark, China Film Group, Dallas Police, Connecticut Light & Power, Deluxe, Deutsche Telekom, First Baptist Church of Orlando, Georgetown University, General Motors, Harrods', Industrial Light & Magic, Italian Army, Italian Railways, Japans National Institute for Fusion Science, Microsoft, Loews, Montreal Police, Paramount Parks Star Trek Borg Invasion 4D, Pixar Animation Studios, Regal CineMedia Corp., Scripps Network, Shell, Shenzhen Telecom, Sinopec (China), Sony Picture Studios, Starbucks, Taiwan Air Force, Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), Tulane Universitys A.B. Freeman School of Business, University of Illinois, Urbana and Wharton School of Business.
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