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Kodak Laser Projector Presentation

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Hey everyone,

We finally got all the legal paperwork done, dotted the i's and crossed the t's and we are able to show you the full presentation given by Kodak about their new laser projector technology. The videos, along with all our other videos, are on our YouTube channel.

The overall presentation was about an hour so this is broken into 11 smaller segments, by subject.

Here is the full piece, with all 11 videos embedded for you: http://avscience.com/2010/12/kodak-l...-presentation/
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Thanks, I think that I just saw my next projector!
post #3 of 8
Article:
Kodak's Laser Cinema Projector Ready to Go
December 22nd, 2010
http://displaydaily.com/2010/12/22/k...r-ready-to-go/
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Here are the two AV Science articles on this as well, for folks who may have missed them.

First, an overview of the day at Kodak:
http://avscience.com/2010/10/a-day-at-kodak/

Second, the technical specs of the projector:
http://avscience.com/2010/10/the-kod...pecifications/

If you want to get in-depth, check out the videos, almost a full hour of laser projection goodness.
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Originally Posted by robena View Post

Thanks, I think that I just saw my next projector!

It is great technology, no doubt. You may still be waiting a few years before you can get one in your home. As of now there are no talks for residential projectors, they are only in discussions with the commercial theaters. They are planning a residential roll-out, but that is a few more years to go.
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Originally Posted by warrenP View Post

It is great technology, no doubt. You may still be waiting a few years before you can get one in your home. As of now there are no talks for residential projectors, they are only in discussions with the commercial theaters. They are planning a residential roll-out, but that is a few more years to go.

Warren: 'This area is dedicated to hi-end world of DCI Cinema used in the home cinema environment'. Anyway 2012 would still be a few years from now.
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Originally Posted by robena View Post

Thanks, I think that I just saw my next projector!


My preferred projector company will have one of these soon....
post #8 of 8
I was talking to the head Schneider guy in the US and he did say that for laser projectors "due to the lack of prism" the laser lenses will be very similar to the CINELUX 35 mm lenses.
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