projection display

projection display

[prə′jek·shən di′splā]
(electronics)
An electronic system in which an image is generated on a high-brightness cathode-ray tube or similar electronic image generator and then optically projected onto a larger screen.
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Sharp Electronics Corporation offers a full line of multimedia projection display products for use in education and training environments.
Under the terms of a Memorandum of Agreement between Kaiser Electronics and Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems (LMTAS), Kaiser is developing a large format projection display for the Lockheed Martin Team JSF aircraft.
Microvision (NASDAQ:MVIS), a leading developer of ultra-miniature projection display products, announced today that it has completed the design and begun shipping initial evaluation samples to several prospective customers of its new ultra-miniature PicoP[R] laser projection display engine.
The demonstration shows it is possible to design a projection display based on a single panel and obtain sufficient illumination for customer applications .
The digital projection display system uses TI's revolutionary imaging technology--based on the digital micromirror device (DMD).
The advanced projection display systems and spares ordered are for the advanced SimuSphere visual displays being used extensively to support high-fidelity simulators for the F-22, F/A-18 and F-16 flight simulators, providing for a full range of training maneuvers.
NASDAQ:MVIS), a global leader in innovative ultra-miniature projection display and image capture products for mobility applications announced today that it has successfully integrated a green laser from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, a wholly owned subsidiary of OSRAM, into Microvision's PicoP[TM] projection platform which will target consumer and automotive applications.
LUXIM is the inventor of LIFI bringing Light Fidelity to long-life, vivid color projection display applications like wide screen high-definition TVs and home theater projectors.
Microvision, is demonstrating at CES an ultra-thin, miniature full-color projection display that is small enough to be embedded in portable hand-held devices including mobile phones.
LUXIM is the inventor of LIFI(TM) bringing Light Fidelity(TM) to long-life, vivid color projection display applications like wide screen high-definition TVs and home theater projectors.
Initially, the companies will support applications addressing the projection display and consumer product manufacturing systems markets where nano-optical components are an excellent fit.