Laser TV has been called the “fourth generation TV” by the television industry, and its emergence will bring about a revolution in the history of television. But what kind of laser TV is the product that meets the demand of the living room and the family cinema? With this thinking, more than 20 years in projection industry, BenQ, in April 26th officially launched its two ultra short throw laser TV, i950L and i955L. Their arrival will bring “Great Beauty Life” to home theater users!
Use blue laser diode as light source to replace high intensity discharge (HID) lamp. In order to generate the red, green, blue three primary colors, diode laser throw the laser to a fluorescent pink wheel, resulting in yellow (red and green additive color mixing). Blue laser can be generated when the blue laser passes through the diffuser. Then the projector will separate the color sequentially transmit through a color wheel, cast to an imaging surface, such as DLP chipset. Then the imaging surface of the light transmit through the lens and hit on the projection screen.