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Thread: Osram to develop RGB laser TV

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    Default Osram to develop RGB laser TV

    Checkout this article regarding another developer of laser TV " http://optics.org/articles/news/12/12/24/1 "

    Happy Xmas & prosperous New Year to you all.

    Rick
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    cant wait until they have these at walmart for 99.95 :P

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    By the time that RGB Laser TV's are going for $99.95 @ Wallmart you will probably replace gun powder based pistols with Phaser pistols which will give a whole new meaning to drive by shootings !....

    Closer to reality Novalux should have RGB tv's out by Xmas 2007.

    Have a good one.

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    Wow I'd like to pull the blue lase out of one of those TVs 8)

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    looks a little suss to me really... when I first saw the pic I thought to myself, wow, they just set up some funky laser setup behind a plasma tv....

    Then I looked a little closer...



    That looks suspicously like... a commercial plasma tv to me...
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    hmm

    maybe they just ripped the front off a plasma or something for the prototype.... *shrugs*
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    no no that's a DLP

    see instead of using a huge lamp and a color wheel they are using an unfocused laser as back lighting.

    they just gutted an DLP rear projection tv and put a RGB laser source behind it.. The color would be so vibrant.

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    lol, my buddy at coherent was telling me about this, he wasn't sure if it would go anywhere he said that they weren't planning on building the units, i guess now they don't have too..

    He did say that the colors were out of this world. If i understood him correctly (i usually don't ) it is easy to fine tune the wavelength so they can optimize the lasing wavelengths to get the perfect rgb color balance for a tv.

    All of this laser tv stuff is great news for us. RGB is going to just get cheaper and cheaper as time goes on.

    I guess my next sony is going to have a key switch, interlocks, warning indicator, accession number, a 15 second delay, and a class 4 warning sticker !!

    Can't wait!

    Chad

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad
    I guess my next sony is going to have a key switch, interlocks, warning indicator, accession number, a 15 second delay, and a class 4 warning sticker !!

    Can't wait!

    Chad

    :P :P :P :P :P LOL

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    Don't forget that you won't be able to operate it within 10 miles of an airport :lol:

    Jim

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