JVC was one of the many companies to display their products at CEATEC last week. One of their projectors was a prototype D-ILA Super Projector that was able to display an 8192 x 4320 resolution. This amazing resolution is the highest that has ever been produced by a projector. The Super projector was also able to produce an equally high 1100000:1 contrast ratio. JVC announced that this projector is designed to be used for displaying Super High Vision (7680 x 4320), which is defined by the ITU-R BT.1769 and SMPTE 2046 standards. JVC collaborated with Japan’s Broadcasting Corp, NHK, to develop this projector. The prototype uses four micro-displays, which include three 3840 x 2160 display panels and one 8192 x 4320 display panel, developed by JVC. The prototype uses the three lesser display panels to create a full color image, while the bigger display panel creates a monochrome image. The projector overlaps the two images to give the final display. This process of combining the images is what gives the prototype its high contrast ratio. More information will be announced as it becomes available.
[via Tech On]