BTW Stuart, how does the scanning mechanism work?
To summaries. The basic projector is a complex configuration of a beast in the way it is setup, and not conducive to cheap mass production?
I wonder, is it possible to serialize a series, or otherwise concentrate, of high efficiency monochromatic leds into a concentrated beam, I guess it is. We have had 80% efficiency leds for sometime over here, but not monochromatic. I believe the inventor is using a similar scheme to an old scheme I came up with, and I might be able to modify the output to monochromatic with a new scheme I came up with. That would solve much heating problems, if the last leds are still working at the low rates of efficiency they used to (I think ir or red beams were the only ones I heard of before working at any reasonable efficencies), however I should be able to change the colors of these too.
What is the latency for the projector? I have plans to use it throughout post, as a one-light, editorial monitor, online/VFX, grading and final viewing. So in editing, latency is quite important for a fast and fluid workpace (at least for me), as well as in grading where I would like to see the changes as I do them, not moments later.
What are we aiming for here? 5ms, 9ms?
I would count a dmd as a scanning system too though. Lcos, that is an interesting CHIOCE. Is anything said anywhere on this? I can speculate on the Lcos chioce, just on the performance needed (reflectivity efficency, heat, type of pixel mechanism, speed). If we knew a lot about Lcos, we could probably quickly narrow down a couple of technologies, and maybe a couple of companies.
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