Read the whole story here: http://www.variety.com/article/VR111800 ... =1009&cs=1" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Laser TV's future: a big step forward
HDI more energy efficient compared to plasma
by David S. Cohen
Since laser video was first proposed in 1996, it has been a tech holy grail, especially for stereoscopic 3D (S3D).
Laser-driven projection TVs, in theory, are supposed to deliver huge size, brilliant color, long life and low power consumption in a cheap, thin box.
Mitsubishi introduced its LaserVue projection set about a year ago, which delivered on some of those promises. Recently, though, Daily Variety got a peek at a laser TV system that represents a leap forward from the Mitsubishi sets in size, speed and 3D capability.
And so, too, did a group of top execs from consumer electronics makers.
Engineers and S3D experts from Sony, Sharp, JVC, Hitachi and even Mitsubishi crowded into a workshop in Los Gatos, Calif., last week to see a prototype 100-inch, rear-projection S3D television from startup HDI. That's far bigger than Mitsubishi's 65-inch LaserVue.
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