Saturday, 30 January 2010

Epson Debuts 4K-Compatible HTPS TFT LCD for 3LCD Projectors World's First 4K-compatible High-temperature Polysilicon TFT Liquid Crystal Display

If you're not thrilled witht the typical 1920 x 1080 resolution in a
projector these days and you're dreaming of a cinema hall where they
usually project movies at a much higher 4096 x 2160 you're in luck as
the Japanese from Epson have announced that they've come up with a
breakthrough technology that allows them to actually build the world's
first 4K-compatible high-temperature polysilicon (HTPS) TFT liquid
crystal panel for 3LCD projectors.
Meant as a solution to the rather large projectors used for business
presentations or in school these days, the new Epson 4K-Compatible HTPS
TFT LCD only measures 1.64 inches (4.2 cm) diagonally, yet, supports
resolutions up to 4096 ร— 2160 pixels.
With a resolution of nearly 8.85 megapixels, 4K panels offer four
times the resolution of full HD (1920 ร— 1080), making them ideal for
the high resolutions required by special applications such as industrial
design, architectural design and simulations, as well as for
presentations and projecting four full HD images at the same time.
The new technology developed by Epson is not only going to allow for
much smaller and less expensive projectors that would support super high
resolutions, it's also going to deliver high contrasts, smooth images
and jet-black color reproduction in a tiny device.
A prototype of an ultra-high resolution projector using the panel will
be showcased from November 18 to 20 at the International Broadcast
Equipment Exhibition in Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan.
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