The "GT" in the Optoma GT360 GameTime 3-D Projector w/ Backpack doesn't stand for Gran Turismo as it does in racing cars. But it might as well, because the GT360 is one slick vehicle.
The "GT" here stands for GameTime and this projector has been engineered with one overriding idea: to be the best high definition projector in the world for playing PC, Mac and console games.
With 2500 ANSI lumens of brightness and an up to 3000:1 contrast ratio, this projector has more than enough projection power to project bright, vivid images when you can't achieve theater level darkness. And its SVGA (800 x 600) resolution matches many games' resolutions.
The Texas Instruments DarkChip3 DMD DLP imager is the heart (and brains) of the GT700. DMD DLP stands for Digital Micromirror Device Digital Light Processor. Those Micromirrors can move so fast (120 times per second) that they can produce two images, one for each eye in the time most systems produce a single image. The result: 3-D games that seem to leap right off the screen at you. You'll have to pick out the 3-D games you want and purchase 3-D compatible glasses and you'll be enjoying the most realistic game play you've ever experienced. (The GT360 cannot be used to display 3-D TV broadcasts or 3-D Blu-ray discs.)
When you're not playing games you can enjoy TV with images up to 25 feet across measured diagonally, if you've got the room. And those images can be in 720p, 1080i or 1080p high definition.
As much as it was designed to be the best 3-D gamer this projector was designed to move. It can handle all of the world's TV standards: NTSC, PAL and SECAM. In addition to being multi-standard it also has a 100 – 240 V AC 50/60 Hz autoswitching power supply and it has a 20 language OSD (on-screen display).
And just to make gaming on the move as easy as possible your GT360 even includes its own backpack carrying case.