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post #31 of 35 Old 10-03-2000, 10:01 AM
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That's my core specialty. Impedance. Of ALL kinds.
So what's impeding you from getting some paint out to powerusers? http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/wink.gif

A woman is weeping over shadows on a screen, a man gets excited over ink on a page, a child is frightened over words in a book-
The mind gets caught up in the unreal and people become identified with it. But its power is such that it rules the world.
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post #32 of 35 Old 10-03-2000, 12:34 PM
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Impedance. Lots of it.

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Alan, has in his posession, the first color corrected, high grey level, with translucent overlay screen in existence. There is only one of these, and that is the screen I sent him. The recipe is in my head, and nowhere else. It has improved contrast. I made an attempt to 'roll' the screen into existence, and thus wasted a perfectly good mixture. As I stated, I just did it to see what would happen if I rolled it instead of spraying it. The textural characteristic that is imparted when rolling that particular mixture ended up making it too dark for the average DLP.

Hopefully you still have that screen, Alan?

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KBK any chance of getting a digital camera to post a screen shot?
It would be nice to note the differences on it.

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Ask Alan, He's the one who has the screen. I believe I asked him not to dispose of it. If he wishes to take out the time for s screen shot, then so be it. If I recall correctly, just to avoid problems of creating demand where there was not product to meet it, I asked him to refrain from doing anything like that, but to feel free to privately discuss the screen with anyone whom he felt an urge to speak with. Basically, that time period has passed, and well, that screen doesn't really reflect my current state of art, but it does point to what is possible.

Just shortly after I had sent that screen to him, I felt that there was a slightly better way of doing things, and the entire concept had to be re-vamped from the beginning, so that it would be correct in as many circumstances as possible.


My thinking on commercial vaibility and customer satisfaction is that I wish any customers to feel that anything they buy from me is a fantastic deal, and that 10 years down the road (when they look back on it) they still feel that way about the purchase. If I cannot meet that criteria, then I don't even begin.

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