SIM2 News
10 January 2012

SIM2 LUMIS 3D-S wins historic GOOD DESIGN award

This is the 4th great acknowledgment by the Chicago Athenaeum for SIM2’s standard for design excellence

Pordenone, Italy — January 10, 2012 — SIM2, the Italian manufacturer whose high performance home theater projectors are known worldwide for their pristine video resolution and stunning aesthetic design, announces a new “entry” to the already impressive list of awards received throughout the years: the GOOD DESIGN Award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Chicago.

The Chicago Athenaeum awarded the prestigious prize to SIM2 for the design of the LUMIS 3D-S, the company’s high-end compact 3-chip DLP® home theater 3D single unit projector, the first and only on the HT market which utilizes Triple Flash Technology, the same technology chosen by best cinema theaters to produce natural and fatigue-less images .

This is the 4th award given to SIM2 by the Chicago Athenaeum: the previous ones where bestowed to SIM2 Grand Cinema HT200 projector (2001), Grand Cinema C3X projector (2006), and the Grand Cinema HTL40 LCD display (2006).

Several thousands of leading manufacturers, corporations, industrial design offices, architects, graphic and packaging designers from over 50 nations submitted the best of their new product design to the world’s most important design program that honors worldwide design innovation, vision, sustainability, and the competitive design edge.

The 2011Award is listed at The Chicago Athenaeum’s website at http://www.chi-athenaeum.org/gdesign/2011/electronics/607.html.

Visit us at CES in South Hall at Booth 20806 to see the LUMIS 3D-S in action!

ABOUT GOOD DESIGN®
GOOD DESIGN® dates back to 1950 and is now the world’s largest and most distinguished design competition. The program was founded by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., and annually bestows international recognition upon the world's most prominent designers and manufacturers for advancing new, visionary, and innovative product concepts, invention and originality, and for stretching the envelope beyond what is considered ordinary product and consumer design.