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API Introduces Circular Polarized 3D Filters for Dual Projection Systems

American Polarizers (API), a manufacturer of optical products, has launched novel glass 3D circular polarizing filters designed to be used with dual projection systems. These filters enable a clear 3D image with a high 3D separation of the right-handed and left-handed images along with low distortion.

API glass 3D circular polarizing filters assure a clear 3D image with low distortion and superior 3D separation of left and right-handed images

These filters feature the most favorable balance between extinction and transmission. API takes appropriate care during the manufacturing stage to achieve the optimum balance. The API filters possess a spatial resolution of 48 lines/mm. They have the capacity to resolve 5000 lines, while a normal high definition TV screen has a resolution of 1080 lines.

API supplies these filters in various sizes up to 14x20”. For improving the light transmission properties, these filters have efficient anti-reflective coatings. These coatings are provided on both sides of the filter. API has controlled the filter’s transmission characteristics to produce low ghosting properties. The filter is suitable for high light output projection systems having lumens of up to 30,000. API provides the filter with a standard axis configuration is 0°/90°. The company also provides non-standard axis configuration for elliptically or circularly polarized filters.

American Polarizers supplies optical technology products for imaging, medical, biomedical, inspection, identification, aerospace, and aviation, and for other industrial applications apart from 3D presentation applications. The 3DLux 3D eyewear is another product in its portfolio.

Source: http://www.apioptics.com/

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