Well, yes, If what this guy says is true, and applicable to the ST1080, which I see no reason to doubt.
If this were an obvious deficiency with the technology though, then I wonder what would
motivate Silicon Micro Display to pursue it further, and invest all this money into it, after big companies
like Intel had already rejected it?
They have admitted elsewhere that their optical system needs to be developed further, and that
it is a long term fix. Since when was putting a product out for mass consumption a good idea, when
it seems to be serving its purpose only half-way? Is it like beta-testing software?
I would like to believe that all the negative impressions appearing on MTB3d, AVSforum and SMD's blogs
are coming from a few defective units, or trash-talking competitors (Sony? Vuzix?) Hopefully that is the case.
Ok, back to sipping my warm hot chocolate.
P.S. The wikipedia entry on LCOS seems to confirm what the guy in the youtube video said.
)Edited by Michaelb4thewar - 6/8/12 at 4:21am