rear-projection

rear-projection

[′rir prə′jek·shən]
(electronics)
Pertaining to television system in which the picture is projected on a ground-glass screen for viewing from the opposite side of the screen.
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JVC) said Thursday it has developed a technology that can substantially reduce the depth of rear-projection television sets.
The company also intends to expand the material's application to various functional films and screen materials for applications including rear-projection screens by exploiting its thinness, light weight and high optical transparency as well as its superior light diffusion and collimating properties.
Although newer, advanced front- and rear-projection systems are still widely utilized, the day is near when better quality visual equipment such as single-LED displays will be available in the image size necessary for large audiences.
officially opened its dedicated front projector and rear-projection light engine manufacturing facility.
NEW YORK-While the flat-panel television was the fastest growing category in 2004, a number of television manufacturers are launching new rear-projection microdisplay sets for 2005 as lower-priced, big-screen alternatives to plasmas and LCDs.
Plasma and LCD sets offer" impressive viewing quality in sizes once reserved for rear-projection systems.
Despite the glamour-free model number, this rear-projection TV is all about turning your living room into ground zero for major entertainment.
to develop imaging screen systems for rear-projection monitors.
The database, includes information on CRT-, LCD-, and DLP-based systems, both front- and rear-projection configurations.
The database, recently updated to include announcements from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), includes information on CRT-, LCD-, and DLP-based systems, both front- and rear-projection configurations.
AKAI and Memorex Sign On with MicroDisplay Corporation to Bring Customers 1080P Rear-Projection, Single-Chip LCOS HDTVs in Summer 2007
plans to put a big-screen, high-resolution rear-projection television set on the domestic market next year, Sony officials said Wednesday.