1 November 1992 1280 x 1024 video rate laser-addressed liquid crystal light valve color projection display
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Optical Engineering, 31(11), (1992). doi:10.1117/12.59954
Abstract
An all solid-state 1280 x 1024 laser raster scanner (LRS) system conforming to the EIA RS-343 television standard with a limiting resolution of 1300 TV lines has been developed. The laser scanner incorporates acousto-optic devices to perform video modulation and X-Y deflection and is used in a time-multiplexed mode to photoactivate three liquid crystal light valves to project full-color, video-rate, large-screen images. Analysis ofthe LRS optical system, projection optics, electronics, and light valve characteristics is presented.
Thomas E. Phillips, Mark E. Lasher, John A. Trias, Waldo R. Robinson, Peter M. Poirier, Weldon J. Dahlke, "1280 x 1024 video rate laser-addressed liquid crystal light valve color projection display," Optical Engineering 31(11), (1 November 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59954
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