Technology will no doubt continue to develop, and new technologies are emerging. In such a rapid change, the future of the traditional TV industry seems elusive. People are scramble for big screen TV, but are they likely to be too big to manipulate and difficult to move? Laser TV is an excellent solution.
Because of its flexibility and portability, laser TV is becoming more and more popular, offering screens that are over 100 inches in size and can easily be moved from room to room, or placed invisible when not in use. How will laser TV develop in the future?
Maybe some people has a memory of CES 2013. At that time a product named Hecto TV which made by LG get the great award “the Product of Future” and “reddot design award”. From then on, Laser TV is born! But LG is not the owner of this technology which called ALPD (Advanced Laser Phosphor Display), Appotronics Corporation is.
TV has been occupied of every family living room since the birth. But more higher requirements on TV now, ordinary TV has been very difficult to meet the users of large screen, high definition, rich colors and space saving many needs. The advent of laser TV then began to change this pattern. As the world’s leading technology brand projector, Optoma first launched the LC1 and LCT100 ultra short throw laser theater projector, has been liked since embraced by the majority of users. Last month, as an upgraded version, LC2 and LCT110 launched and will be beyond the classic. They inherit the previous generation of many advantages and also improvement in detail, will become a new generation of leaders of laser TV!
As Quartz mention, Apple has a secret patent: transparent laser TV which the light source is lasers last year. For some technology issues, the power and quality of image, Apple suspend such crazy laser TV project. If not, Apple develop it underground and launch with a revolution way, another iphone in TV industry.
July 11, 2016 — “The world is looking at me.” On the eve of the UEFA Euro 2016 Final, an event that has attracted much attention worldwide, its sponsor Hisense, China’s largest TV manufacturer in terms of sales volume, fulfilled its promise to debut the world’s first 4K wide-angle laser cinema television in Paris, garnering a huge amount of attention.
LED backlight LCD televisions now dominate the market, with their larger, decidedly more expensive screens. 100-inch 4K LCD televisions are typically priced at US$90,000 per unit. The laser television launched by Hisense, achieving what the world hasn’t achieved with 217 patented technologies, outstanding optical engines, high-resolution lens and high-precision manufacturing processes, delivers lightness and color saturation achieving or surpassing those of LCD TVs. More shockingly, the Hisense television is priced at just over US$10,000 per unit, 1/10 the sales price of LCD TVs with same size screens. The 4K LCOS laser projector rolled out earlier by Japan-based Sony are priced at US$50,000 per unit.
In April 29, 2016, JmGO, a technology company from China, dropped a bomb in the world. JmGO conference in Beijing launched two high-profile new products: JmGO S1laser TV and 1080P smart theater X1, design inspiration from the lotus and fish, product performance and appearance thrown several streets of similar products.
S1 laser TV, known as a collection of top hardware configuration is the first laser light source micro cast, using the projection reflex principle, achieve 300 inches Full HD screen projection, high brightness, ultra-short focal projection, off-axis lens, new industrial design and high performance configuration and the brightness is up to 4000ANSI, real sense subversion the TV.