Οχι LCD ουτε Plasma ουτε SED ουτε LED αλλα Laser TV

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IT'S being hailed by its developers as the next revolution in visual technology - a laser television that will make plasma screens obsolete.

Soon-to-be-listed Australian company Arasor International and its US partner Novalux unveiled what they claimed to be the world's first laser television in Sydney today, with a pitch that it would be half the price, twice as good, and use a quarter of the electricity of conventional plasma and LCD TVs.

Manufacturing company Arasor produces the unique optoelectronic chip central to the laser projection device being developed by Silicon Valley-based Novalux, which is being used by a number of television manufacturers.

And displayed beside a conventional 50 inch plasma TV this afternoon, the Mitsubishi-built prototype does appear brighter and clearer than its “older” rival.

With a worldwide launch date scheduled for Christmas 2007, under recognisable brands like Mitsubishi and Samsung, Novalux chief executive Jean-Michel Pelaprat is so bold as to predict the death of plasma.

“If you look at any screen today, the colour content is roughly about 30-35 per cent of what the eye can see,” he said.

“But for the very first time with a laser TV we'll be able to see 90 per cent of what the eye can see.

“All of a sudden what you see is a lifelike image on display.”

Combine that with energy efficiency, price advantage and the fact that the laser TVs will be half the weight and depth of plasma TVS, and Mr Pelaprat says “plasma is now something of the past”.

Mr Pelaprat predicted LCD TVs would come to dominate the market below 40 inches, and laser television the market above that screen size, displacing plasma.

The optoelectronic chip-laser technology won't be confined to TVs.

The technology is also being trialled in mobile phones, where it will be used to project images onto any surface, and in home theatres and cinemas.

The unveiling of the laser TV prototype was held on the eve of Arasor's public float on the Australian Stock Exchange next week.

Τι αλλο θα δουμε...:speechless-smiley-0
 

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Mr Pelaprat predicted LCD TVs would come to dominate the market below 40 inches, and laser television the market above that screen size, displacing plasma.

Ιδίως αυτή η φράση θα μπορούσε να μπεί και σε προηγούμενο thread ( H αρχή τo υ τέλους των plasma )....
Τι έχουμε να δούμε ακόμη ...
 

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Mε την ακτινοβολία και επικινδυνότητα του laser δεν μας λένε τίποτα βέβαια...

To Laser δεν ειναι τιποτε αλλο παρα ενισχυμένο και εστιασμένο μονοχρωματικο φως. Αν η ενταση ειναι μικρη δεν υπαρχει κανενα προβλημα.

ΥΓ. Δεν νομιζω να το εχω αναφερει ξανα αλλα εχω σπουδασει Φυσικος (Παν. Πατρων).-bye-
 

Stergios Giotas

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Τιμες,χρονος διαθεσης στην Ελλαδα και διαστασεις?(λεω κατι ανεκδοτα ε?)



Το πρώτο μοντέλο που θα κυκλοφορήσει παγκοσμίως είναι μια 50'' προβολική laser dlp tv της Mitsubishi στο τέλος του 2008 με αναμενόμενη τιμή τα 5000 ευρώ.
 

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"LCD TV's were the past, OLED TV's are the present and Laser TV's will be the future. Mitsubishi Japan has already developed an experimental 65 inch Laser TV which uses 3 color Laser for illumination. The experimental model is rather thick at 10 inches (app 25.4 cms), surely the end when goes commercial will be much thinner. To make use of Laser technology 'super wide angular optical engine' has been developed which miniaturizes the optical system. The TV can be hung up on the wall thanks to a thin screen and frame structure coupled with a small external power adapter. Mitsubishi claims the Laser TV offers a contrast ratio and colors spectrum which is double of current LCD and Plasma TV's. The TV is not only capable of delivering the ultimate picture quality but is also capable of delivering a true 3D experience. Detailed specifications and other details are kept under the wraps, however Mitsubishi is promising to release the new tech TV's in North America this year itself."

Mitsubishi 65 inch Laser TV
 

panosxgr

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Αντε να δούμε και την laser τεχνολογία να μπαίνει δυνατά στο παιχνίδι!
 

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Re: Απάντηση: Οχι LCD ουτε Plasma ουτε SED ουτε LED αλλα Laser TV

Αντε να δούμε και την laser τεχνολογία να μπαίνει δυνατά στο παιχνίδι!

..............και την pioneer στο ρολο της υπολοχαγου Νατασας πλεον.:devil-smiley-029:
 

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Η Mitsubishi ανακοίνωσε σε ειδική παρουσίαση πως θα ρίξει στην αμερικάνικη αγορά την LaserVue προς το τέλος του καλοκαιριού, αλλά δεν ανακοίνωσε μεγέθη, τιμές ή τεχνικά χαρακτηριστικά:


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"One immediate impact: with a laser light engine, colors don’t look so much as if they’re painted on the screen as if they’re shooting out from it. Colors are alive and vibrant in a way that mimics the brightness of neon light, or a large advertising transparency being illuminated from behind in a light box. The company also says that their laser TVs produce twice as many colors as any traditional TV technology. Indeed, many colors on the plasma and especially on the L.C.D. sets were washed out and dull, while their laser counterparts were vibrant, without looking overblown. The picture looks much like a giant version of the images produced by Sony’s superb but tiny OLED HDTV screens.

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While Mitsubishi would not talk sizing, pricing, or specs for its LaserVue sets, a casual observation of one of its models indicated that the production version is likely to be about two-thirds as deep as a same-sized DLP rear projection set. That’s still not as thin as an L.C.D. or the really thin OLED technology, but it moves toward diminishing the single biggest objection to rear-projection TV.
L.C.D. does not perform well in darkened rooms, and that phenomenon was readily apparent in the comparison tests. When the laser and plasma sets went to black, L.C.D. went to a muddy gray. The laser set had more detail in the blacks than the plasma set; and increased contrast increases perceived picture sharpness.

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Mitsubishi’s New LaserVue TVs: First Impressions
 
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Θα κυκλοφορήσουν σε 65'' και 73'' και θα έχουν περίπου 25cm πάχος και λιγότερη από την μισή κατανάλωση από μία ίδιου μεγέθους LCD. Στην αμερικάνικη αγορά που οι προβολικές DLP πουλάνε ακόμα η επιτυχία είναι μάλλον εξασφαλισμένη, αλλά δεν νομίζω να περάσουν από αυτή την πλευρά του Ατλαντικού.

http://www.engadget.com/2008/06/25/mitsubishis-laservue-65-inch-and-75-inchers-due-this-fall/
 

akren

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ηρθα και εδω...ενα μπανιo δεν μπορω να κανω......μην σας πω τιποτα τωρα!!!

Δίπλα είναι οι Laser βρε

τι λεει Γιωργο εδω?

http://www.laser-tvs.co.uk/2008/05/mitsubishi-laservue-quick-specs.html


Here's the current specs and details we "know" about for the new Mitsubishi LaserVue Laser TV:

* Ultra Thin Frame - less than an inch
* 1080p LCD HDTV
* Sizes from 40” to 52.”
* Fairly expensive from $2,499 to $4,499. Expect that to be around £1,699 to £2,999 in the UK.

The sad thing is that I need a couple of new flat panel TV's for the living room and games room but I'm holding off until they arrive as who wants an inferior TV when they can have the Mitsubishi LaserVue?
 

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Στα μεγέθη δεν μας τα λέει καλά, αφού η Mitsubishi ανακοίνωσε 65'' και 73''. Για την ακρίβεια πρώτα θα κυκλοφορήσει η 65άρα και η άλλη αναμένεται προς το τέλος του χρόνου. Για Ευρώπη δεν έχω διαβάσει κάτι.
 

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Να μην εχει 40.000 η 65"?

Οταν η Sony η X3500 η 70" εχει περιπου τοσο και μιας και ειναι καινουριγα τεχνολογια λογικο δεν ειναι?