Originally Posted by action_jackson
Still don't get it. Looking at the picture, there is not even a cable to control the cube. From all appearances this produces a monochromatic static image.
A bee , ant, fly or praying mantis have whats called compound eyes.
These obtain video images from the surrounding habitat via a multitude of lenses that the insects brain assembles into a single image.
Also using the same technology are compound telescopes that use multiple lenses to assemble a single image/moving video feed of stars galaxies etc.
A flat piece of plastic uses multiple compound lenses to create a huge magnifying glass from a flat piece of plastic i.e fresnel lenses.
"Such a microarray has around 250 microlenses, and under each lens there is a microimage. When all of them are projected onto the wall together, a high-quality complete image is produced from an extremely small projector”.
Meaning a high quality picture that can be static as the example being shown.
Meaning a 1080p image static or moving video is broken down into 250 subsegments in the case of our hobby "moving pictures" aka known as full motion video then after its projected past the 250 lenses we see a single 1080p image or a single video feed at 1080p from a subminuscle projector.
Whatever is fed to the projector is projected onto the movie screen.
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