As technology evolves, manufacturer giants are among the leaders in the race towards bringing laser-based projectors to market. From large-scale projectors in movie theaters, to pint-sized pocket projectors, lasers are staking their claim in the marketplace.
While some hurdles stand in the way of making this new wave of technology the primary light source of choice, some companies are finding the right blend of color to make laser light the next revolution in this already beaming industry.
If what we saw at InfoComm12 was any indication of where projector technology is heading, the future is looking very bright for laser-based projectors.
Pictures may speak thousands of words, but projectors have allowed millions throughout the past few decades to be moved with slideshows, presentations and video elements. Traditional projectors have relied on energy-soaking lamps that burn out over time — sometimes faster than others depending on use, environment and operator error.
With the advancement of LED technology, manufacturers have been able to not only increase the quality of the picture, but the quantity with which projectors can function between service calls.
Now, factor in laser-based projectors that integrate colored diodes that decrease dependence