11.17.2004 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Second-generation LCoS rear projection set on display in Long Beach
Move over LCD. Make way DLP. The new kid on the HD display block – liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS)- is about to make its presence felt at the Electronic House Expo going on now through Nov. 18 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA.
At the exposition, Brillian, a developer of HDTVs based on the industry's first Gen II LCoS microdisplay technology, will show its BR6501m/i, 65in, rear-projection, 720p HDTV monitor.
The BR6501m/i has a three megapixel (1280x720-pixel per panel) engine and offers a contrast ratio up to 2000:1. Other features include:
- Grayscale performance
- Deep black levels
- High brightness
- A 160-degree viewing angle
- An ultra-fine-pitch 16:9 widescreen
- Artifact-free full-motion video through its three-panel architecture
- A 23in deep display
To find out more about the LCoS technology visit www.brilliancorp.com. For more conference information, check out www.ehexpo.com.
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