Have you analysed your audience economics lately? When it comes to outlaying 50G's it will be for equipment that is used to create content projected from the unit, not in a conference room projector not meant for wide audience viewing.
Well written, but tip toeing over the price makes no sense.
Hands-On: SIM2 LUMIS 3D Solo Projector (Page 2 of 2)
Shifting to 3D content, I found the glasses simple to use. To engage you just press the button that's on the glasses. I entertained family and friends with compilation discs from SIM2 and the aformentioned titles. Viewing content like "Despicable Me" and "Tron" highlighted the projector's ability to produce noise-free images that didn't suffer from crushed grayscale and overall dull-looking pictures.
I found its field of depth to be much deeper than passive solutions. Most importantly, it did this without sacrificing resolution, which sometimes happens with passive technologies that eliminate noise at the expense of detail.
SIM2's engineers program an automatic operation mode that amps up the bulb's output, changes the imaging processing, gamma and color settings when its 3D options are engaged.
As a complete package that includes its industrial design, feature set and included technologies, SIM2 has nailed it.
In terms of its looks, picture quality with both 2D and 3D, and its ability to work with standard screens, the 3D Solo is a giant killer that's sure to force its competitors back to their collective drawing boards.
My only complaints with the unit involve its awkward remote and GUI. The 3D Solo has struck a nice performance balance of merging the best of traditional 2D and active 3D into a step-up product that serves dealers as a flagship product, even if it's not priced as such.