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Wedge Projector Display, will it catch on?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by rooster-x, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. rooster-x

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    Just read about a new display technology which as usual predicts that it is future of TV etc

    What's interesting is that it uses current projector technology coupled with an innovative new optical display technology which promises to produce a better picture than a basic projector screen.

    Check the links and see what YOU think. Will it be the new must have replacement for plasma? Or not.

    cya

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    http://www.camfpd.com/prod10.htm

    http://www.e4engineering.com/engine...739-62df-4016-9102-0f486ccd7583&type=features
     
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    maybe. though the quality isnt that great at all at the moment. I have seen all the demo models, and it is getting better though :)

    Stu

    (engineer undergrad at cambs.....)
     
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    Stu, is the degradation in quality due to losses in the screen or is it down to the quality of LCD projector used to power the screen, i.e. is it a rubbish projector or not?

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    its not the projectors fault. IT is not at a level when you could start comparing prjectors though it.

    The problem comes from the wedge not being pefect enough, but it is a really nice effect, just not one that i am sure there is a market for in reality. If teh quality was as if you just looking at a normal front porjection screen, then it would be awesome, but it simply isnt up to that standard.

    Stu
     

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