Light Blue Optics (LBO) today announced it will show a range of miniature projection systems at the Society for Information Display (SID 2007).
The systems demonstrate the ultra-wide throw angle (greater than 90º) capabilities of LBO’s patented holographic laser projection technology, and feature significant advances in speckle reduction. Engineering Samples of LBO’s miniature projection systems will be made available from July 2007 to key customers and strategic partners interested in developing products based on the company’s holographic laser projection technology. LBO’s systems project large, full color, high-quality video images that remain in focus at all distances and are ideal for deployment in a range of markets including consumer electronics, automotive and digital signage.
Only LBO’s novel approach to projection can simultaneously deliver a unique combination of features: ultra-wide throw angle, in-built speckle reduction, infinite focus, low power consumption, and a robust design with no moving parts that lends itself to miniaturization and low cost manufacture.
Via this press-release.
The SID 2007 (site) started on May 20th and will end on May 25th. The display technology conference takes place in Long Beach, CA.
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