yes! big TVs are prohibitively expensive, also laser high end home projectors.
There are cheap laser projectors, but all of them are DLP based (for me a DLP projector is the same as a rainbow generator xD, they are all discarded), and with very low image specs, resolution, contrast, etc...
You are right!
it's going to be very difficult to don't waste to much light and put it in the correct path to match the panels. I have two blue laser arrays, and lot's of different lens, I would like to try the experiment, but it is very possible that I will not reach the goal.
yes,'styropyro' has done incredible experiments, I've seen a lot of his videos.
Looking for information about necsel lasers, luckily I found a good article about
(sorry I don't have rights for put links, but I have to put the source :))
Hi! I'm new in this amazing forum.
I'm working in a modification on a JVC RS46 projector, I've already done the ballast bypass for the UHP lamp and now trying to convert it to laser.
I'm designing the lightpath using two OSRAM PLPM4L 450B blue laser arrays rated on 80 output watts each. One of...