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    Checkout the latest developments in Laser TV progress at this we b site
    " http://optics.org/articles/news/12/8/39/1 "

    3 watts Blue, 3 watts green, 750 mW red so far so good.

    Rick 8)
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    I can see a 52in box under my christmas tree next year :lol:, well, maybe in 2008
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    Here is some details : http://www.novalux.com/assets/downlo...rrays_Apps.pdf

    Novalux's prototype Necsel devices emit 3 W at 465 nm and 532 nm and 750nbsp;mW at 620 nm - all from a new package smaller than a matchbox.


    Manufacturing cost for all three colors with a total of three watts of red, blue and green has been determined to be significantly less than $80 in quantities of about one million units per year

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    WOW, less than $80? Now I can definitely see an RGB system in my future :P

    and now the good question, how do they make 465nm and 620nm? What crystals are they using, if any?
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    Wait, 80$ if you buy 1'000'000 pieces :?

    The wavelength are different than standard DPSS just because these lasers are diode lasers... Some sorts of vertical emitting diodes, which have very good beam properties, like round beam...

    I imagine to have a projector in my cell phone in 10 years with this technology

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    Wait, 80$ if you buy 1'000'000 pieces
    I think they meant $80 if they can produce 1.000.000 units a year. We don't actually need to purchase all those units, thankfully :P .

    Once they start producing them in sufficient quantities, there sure will be some left for the aftermarket. Meaning us
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    I saw this on the internet the other day:
    http://www.flurl.com/item/laser_tv_u_192486

    Might becoming realistic soon, it seems.

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    Hmmmm, Now that changes a LOT of things!
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    can someone tell me what is going on here ?

    I never heard about laser tv the past months..
    And SUDDENLY they gonna sell the TV NEXT YEAR???

    When plasma was introduced, you did know 3 year before you ever did get one!! the same with LCD!

    But there is something I dont understand here..
    3WATT of blue ???
    Is`nt that way overkill to use inside a small TV when 100mW burn plastic!!

    And how do they manage to produce 3Watt blue\green so small?
    When you only can find expencive poor 50-200mW blue lasers on the marked today....??

    The same with green... a 3Watt is not "small" ...


    And the last question, can you ripp out this 3Watt blue\3Watt green\and almost 1Watt red and use it for a personal RGB laser with galvo ??

    I`m confused..

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