Wednesday, January 3, 2007
Screw 1080p; I'm waiting on the Laser TV
If you know the difference between pixel based and vector based graphics you'll easily understand how laser TV technology is far superior compared to LCD and Plasma technology we use today. Instead of white-light mercury lamps a Laser TV uses a red, blue and green laser to generate images. The advantages are bright and deep images on large, thin, lightweight screens. The first commercial Laser HDTV by Mitsubishi should go on sale this year. Plasma and LCD technology are also getting competition from new technologies such as S.E.D. and Carbon Nanotube in the near future.