HDI Ltd. Reveals 3D Projection Display Technology with Greater Than High-Definition Resolution
Revolutionary Laser-Driven Technology Uses 80% Less Power and Costs 60% Less Than Existing Flatscreens
September 3, 2009: Los Gatos, California Research and design firm HDI Ltd., announces the release of its laser-driven 3D projection display technology with a Greater Than High-Definition Resolution. Among the first products to emerge from over three-years of intensive R&D is HDI Ltd 100-inch diagonal 2D/3D Switchable Dynamic Video Projection Display that derives its stereoscopic 1,920 x 1,080p image quality from two RGB laser-illuminated Liquid Crystal on Silcon (LCOS) micro display imagers. HDI 2D/3D Switchable Dynamic Video Projection Display, at a mere 10-inches thick, draws 80% less power than existing 2D flatscreen plasma monitors of the same size, and HDI projection displays are anticipated to have a street price potentially 60% less than current 2D flatscreen plasma displays.
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