High-bright system for eye-limiting resolution
The SIM 7Q HB uses Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) technology, which has a number of advantages for training and simulation systems. These include a stunning dynamic range of 6,000,000:1, a high pixel-fill factor and extremely small pixel density – enabling systems to be created with eye-limiting resolution. Furthermore, the unique smear reduction option ensures that even fast-moving scenes remain sharp and free of ghosting. This makes the SIM 7Q HB the preferred projector for fast jet, nap-of-the-earth, and high-speed racing training systems. For even more flexibility, a special portrait mode model – the SIM 7QP HB – is available as well.
Designed for multi-channel systems
A number of innovative features that create a single seamless image using multiple projectors ensure that the SIM 7Q HB can be perfectly integrated into multi-channel systems. These features include: linked constant light output (CLO) and DynaColor to equalize brightness and color between channels, robust electronic edge blending to eliminate visible blend zones, and built-in warping technology to ensure a geometrically correct image on curved or spherical screens. With all of its innovative features and top-of-class specifications, the SIM 7Q HB creates the high-quality images needed for immersive simulation systems, even in environments with challenging light conditions.
Barco will demonstrate the SIM 7Q HB and SIM 7QP HB projectors during I/ITSEC (booth number 2848), from 28 November – 1 December 2011, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
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