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D-ILADirect Drive Image Light Amplifier (Hughes/JVC projector technology)
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Digital image light amplification, or D-ILA, is used for large presentations, 12-foot screens or bigger.
After JVC developed the initial 7.86-megapixel (3840 x 2048 pixels) 4K2K D-ILA device in the summer of 2003, it subsequently further evolved the technology for highly realistic, high-definition images through a range of test viewings and verification testing, resulting in the development of JVC's first commercial 4K2K D-ILA device (1.7-inch device size, 5,000:1 device contrast ratio) and the 4K2K D-ILA projector incorporating that device in September 2004.
In markets outside of Japan the segment enjoyed strong sales, especially for D-ILA front projectors and professional HDV camcorders.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 26, 2007 - (JCN Newswire) - JVC (Victor Company of Japan, Ltd.), a leading innovator in the field of audiovisual technology, is proud to launch the new premium model DLA-HD100, a Full High-definition D-ILA Home Theater Projector that achieves an incredible native contrast ratio of 30,000:1 at the same time in the same picture, the industry's highest[1] avoiding any artificial means of contrast enhancement, such as an iris.
Sales of D-ILA hybrid projection TVs were sluggish due to sharp declines in market selling prices at the end of the calendar year, while sales of audio products were also sluggish.
Although sales of D-ILA hybrid projection TVs and digital video cameras were up, it was not enough to offset a major decline in sales of CRT televisions.
(JVC) announced today that it has extended its D-ILA (Direct-Drive Image Light Amplifier) lineup with the development of a new microdisplay device.