New meaning to BIG flat screen....

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Brian W. Ralston, Nov 18, 2003.

  1. Brian W. Ralston

    Brian W. Ralston Supporting Actor

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    Still, it's pretty cool. A RPTV (wonder if it is CRT?)that is a little over 10" deep?
     
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    That is pretty nice, just makes you think about whats instore for all of us the the next 3 to 5 years. You can't even imagine. But it's great to be alive.[​IMG]
     
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    After doing a little searching, looks like it is a DLP RP. BTW if you didn't already notice it's 4:3 AR.
     
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    Yeah that was the one thing I didn't like about it.
     
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    Saw these at a convention...pretty freekin neat. They are in fact based off a 800x600 DMD chip (in otherwords, DLP). Whats really neat about them is that you can stack em (thats what they are designed for actually, hence 'MegaView Wall'). I saw a wall of 2x3....it was pretty amazing. Only a VERY small line between screens, and perfect linearity and color from screen to screen. From the brochure I looked at, it appears that you can stack them in any combo you want. Looks like they're aimed at big weather stations and plant control rooms and whatnot from the application photos I saw.
     

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