LaserVue TVs will soon be here.
Meanwhile, however, several companies have been working on using laser light source for front projectors. JVC had a laser-powered D-ILA projector earlier this year at CES: http://www.photonicsonline.com/artic...?VNETCOOKIE=NO
QPC Lasers Announces Completion Of Development Milestones For $12 Million Laser TV Contract: http://www.widescreenreview.com/news...l.php?id=16438
“In addition to televisions, a variety of projection displays are in position to profit from QPC’s superior laser light sources including portable projectors for cell phones and laptops, home and commercial theatre, as well as 3 Dimensional applications for which we announced a $3.5 Million contract last week,” Ungar concluded. Portable projectors for cell phones?
QPC is enabling a new generation of lower cost and dramatically improved high definition large screen televisions by replacing today’s poor quality light sources with our bright, power efficient, cost effective and ultra compact lasers,” said QPC co-founder and CEO Dr. Jeffrey Ungar. “Utilizing QPC’s unique laser technology instead of LEDs, OLEDs and other poor quality and inefficient light beam sources, consumers will see a broader visible color spectrum, and a sharper, brighter, more vivid image than today’s LCD or Plasmas can offer,” continued Dr. Ungar.