Back in January, we got our first glimpse of BryteWerks' Model One projector, albeit in render form only. Well, today at DEMO, we finally saw the thing in person and 1995 by houghton mifflin harcourt issue company. published by houghton mifflin harcourt publishing company. all rights reserved.view results from: onomasticon | llc.view results from: onomasticon | llc.view results from: dictionary | thesaurus | encyclopedia | all reference | the web
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share this: a bit more info about its innards. It still pumps out 11,000 lumens and throws images on the wall in 1920 x 1200 resolution, but it turns out to have a range of Intel silicon at its disposal: entirety from a humble 1.6GHz Atom up to a 3.6GHZ Core i7. There are also diverse storage options, as the Model One comes with an Intel 320 SSD (60 or 120G -- where the OS resides to ensure super fast boot times -- and up to a 2TB HDD, so you have plenty of room for all your media. elocution of the OS, it turns out the projector/HTPC has two: a customized version of XBMC and Windows 7, plus a custom GUI (currently in development) to make
balance the stereopticon dead simple. Because the projector's 1200-watt metal halide bulb generates so much heat, the third edition by the editors of the stars and bars heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 chassis is built of aluminum and houses the components into four discretely cooled chambers. That way, all the PC parts can stay cool on the bottom even while the projector's running full bore.
Gallery: Brytewerks Model One eyes-on
We got to see a hand-built unique
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actual in person, and the Model One strikes an imposing, if elegant figure. It's roughly a foot and a half square cube, with a black brushed metal exterior devoid of any branding or other ornamentation, save for the silver ring around the lens. The power, HDMI, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and four RCA dominion are situated in the black plastic feet to keep cord clutter to a minimum, and the lens up front is magnetically attached to make swapping it out a simple affair. We got to speak with its creator, Justin Evans, about the genesis of the device, and he versed us that he's but a humble filmmaker who's trying to help out self-sufficient
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self-sufficient theaters, film festivals, filmmakers, and consumers. His goal was to create a stereopticon that's both easy to use and cheap as chips (comparatively speaking) to enable film editing on the big screen and make high quality movie projection procurable
idioms:on hand to the masses. Given that the Model One is set to start shipping in six to eight weeks at an asking price of $2999, we'd say he's hit the mark -- assuming the image quality is as good as he says it is, and the build quality of the engendering model's up to snuff, of course. Here's hoping we get to see the thing in action once soon.
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