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laser tv (without MEMS) radar printer projector camera

This scanning video technique is quite different from LCD projectors. 25 frames of real-time pictures per second can be performed on any screen by a 0.1 mW laser pointer without MEMS. Beam is modulated with playstation video signal and scanned with mirrors. Horizontal scanning freq. 15625Hz; Vertical scanning freq. 50Hz.
Colour video is possible with RGB laser. Dimensions of the picture increases with distance and limited only by the capacity of the laser source.
Fields of application: Video monitoring (TV,cinema, etc.), large scale projections (advertisement, home cinema, projectors,disco lights); printers without toner; fast scanning data recorders (CD,DVD, etc. without motors); receiving systems (scanner, camera, detector, radar… replacing the laser with a photomultiplier), and many other real-time, real-space scientific, medical, commercial, industrial, military applications of scanning radiation.

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  1. belgvr says:

    try using rbg …
    try using rbg lasers :D

  2. salemcripple says:

    cool, but kinda …
    cool, but kinda pointless. I need a TV with a bit more than one color lol.

  3. CameramanLink says:

    How do you keep the …
    How do you keep the motors spinning the mirrors in sync with the video sync pulses? Also, how do you control the aspect ratio, that is, how do you increase and decrease the vertical and horizontal size? I’ve thought about doing this for a while and here is proof that it can be done! I guess I’m not the first one to think of doing it.

  4. deadlokIV says:

    I’ll try to make …
    I’ll try to make this as simple as I can.
    Say if you took a red laser pen, you can draw stuff on walls…well this thing is ‘drawing’ a _video_…line by line…really freaking fast, on that wall.

    It’s impressive because it’s able to ‘draw’ all those lines and turn it’s laser on and off at the right times, so it can give the viewer a video to watch!

  5. kmelalzate says:

    what the is …
    what the is that, who can explain me?

  6. alex says:

    save to my Bookmarks :)

  7. [...] This scanning video technique is quite different from LCD projectors. 25 frames of real-time pictures per second can be performed on any screen by a 0.1 mW laser pointer without MEMS. Beam is modulated with playstation video signal and scanned with mirrors. Horizontal scanning freq. 15625Hz; Vertical scanning freq. 50Hz. Colour video is possible with RGB laser. Dimensions of the picture increases with distance and limited only by the capacity of the laser source. Fields of application: Video Bel Radar Detector Tips… [...]

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