"Application of a Novel, More Etendue-Efficient Light Engine Technology to Enable micro-portable DLP Projectors," SID Digest
Updated: Aug 12, 2014
Author(s): Karlheinz Strobl, Terry Bartlett, Mike Davis, Lars Yoder
As the projection industry evolves, there is a perpetual push for smaller and brighter projectors. A newly developed �tendue efficient light engine (eele-enhanced) technology combined with Digital Light Processing (DLP) holds promise to deliver improved brightness, lifetime and/or more compact projection display systems. This paper describes an application of the eele-enhanced technology for building Micro-Portable DLP projectors.
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