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New RPTV technology

by Dan Filice / March 2, 2006 4:00 AM PST
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Hmmm,,,, somthings strange here,,,,,,
by jcrobso / March 2, 2006 5:00 AM PST
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Fisrt off lasers do not emmit white light, white light has all the colors all the wave lenghts and they are not in phase. To be a true laser all the light wave lenghts are the SAME and in PHASE, otherwise it's not a laser. It's the same wave lenght and in phase that make the laser light unique.
There are white LEDs on the market, they have a 3 LEDs red, green and blue mounted next to each other in the same bulb. If all 3 leds are on then you will get white light.
They are many working on LEDs for LCD and LCD, DLP and LCoS sets.
One of the other stores on the same page. John;jsessionid=OC2KOKXP4XZTSQSNDBCCKHSCJUMEKJVN

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I love these names...
by Dan Filice / March 2, 2006 5:27 AM PST
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Like Phlatlight. I guess names like that sound more technical than something like ACME. All the manufacturers come up with their own name tags. As far as the laser light issue goes, I wonder what Mitsubishi really has up their sleeves. Maybe they'll name their new technology BrightLight Happy

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SOUNDS LIKE ........
by Riverledge / March 2, 2006 10:51 AM PST
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SOMETHING to stay tuned to, though.
Price is probably prohibitive right yet.

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