1 January 1988 Current Trends In Optics For Projection TV
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Projection TV sets for the consumer market, with picture diagonals of 37 to 50 in., are being significantly improved in brightness and resolution by advances in the optical components. In the longer term, the cathode ray tube projector is likely to be replaced by a system using liquid crystal light valves.
John A. Clarke, John A. Clarke, "Current Trends In Optics For Projection TV," Optical Engineering 27(1), 270116 (1 January 1988). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7976636 . Submission:
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