Berkeley, Calif. - High-end home-theater projector manufacturer
said Monday that it will ship next month its SDC-15 3D projector, nicknamed "The Cub."
"The Cub" is said to be enabled for both 2D and 3D viewing on screens measuring up to 11-feet wide.
It is powered by a next generation three-chip, D-ILA [Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier] light engine and produces full 1080p HD resolution.
Shipping in North America in July, "The Cub," will ring in at a $15,000 suggested retail.
"Since our inception three years ago, Wolf Cinema's home theater projectors have earned their reputation for ultimate imaging excellence and product reliability," stated John Hunter, Sumiko/Wolf Cinema president. "We're excited to release another platform that will likely set new standards for true filmic 3D imaging experience in the home."
The Cub's display engine includes advanced video processing algorithms, 99 custom memory calibration settings plus a precision optics package.
The 3D technology is based on the 3D active shutter glasses system, and will be capable of displaying the full resolution output by the optional Wolf Cinema ProScaler.
The ProScaler also includes expanded connectivity. The Cub was said to have been designed with a highly-efficient thermal chassis for extended projector and lamp life.
The unit's cabinet comes in high gloss black. A full system IR remote control, LAN and RS-232 system control capabilities are included.
The SDC-15 features a dual set of HDMI 1.4 inputs, and one set of component and PC inputs.
Additional home theater options include two Wolf Cinema VariScope FX fixed cinema anamorphic lens assemblies that help enable full 2:35 widescreen viewing without top/bottom "black bars."
Wolf projectors are distributed exclusively in North America by Sumiko and are sold through a elite network of custom A/V installers.