Yes all of the information in this post is correct, but there are other factors which will influence whether a projection system is good for your room. The first major issue is light control, can you block out all outside light? If not, do you have a secondary daylight viewing screen like a conventional LCD screen or the budget for a light cannon of a projector? See picture 3 for a great solution. The second less critical factor is the room, reflections off of adjacent walls can be distracting and should be minimized by the use of a dark flat texture, flat black paint or black velvet are preferred. Other screen types would include acoustically transparent screens which allow the speakers to go behind the screen and curved screens, both of which are typically fixed-mounted and have their own inherent drawbacks.
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I'm not arguing that in these situations the HD video is comparable, It is. What isn't comparable on an iphone are all of the problems associated with a small sensor. Low light performance would be poor, nearly infinite depth of field, high noise in low light, low high-ISO performance.
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|10/19/11 8:45 AM|