Runco D-113d 3D DLP Projector
The demo was presented on 215-inch-wide Stewart SnowMatte 100 screen. To show off 3D, we watched the hang-glider scene from Rio, and the stereoscopic effect was exceptional. However, spectral-filtering glasses are prone to internal reflections from prescription glasses, so I was quite distracted by that, as were others. I talked with Runco's chief product architect, Bob Williams, about this, and he agreed that it's a problem they are trying to solve by perhaps angling the lenses.
The 2D clip was the "Toot Sweets" song-and-dance sequence from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, which looked wonderfully detailed but way too bright. We were told they had measured a peak-white level of 100 foot-lamberts on that huge screen with a gain of 1.0!
The base price is a mere $200,000; add about $30,000 for the optional CineWide anamorphic lens by McKinley with an AutoScope motorized sled. I'll take two!