Originally Posted by Javers
Hmm, if we spray our screens with phosphur then by using that beast we could turn our entire HT rooms into giant "sit in" crt tubes, for that real up close and personal crt experience!
We just need to ensure the projection angle is remotely adjustable and has enough range. That way if someone gets a cell phone call, you can "poke 'em".
......Since the advent of whole room vaccum viewing rooms for the home, viewer suit development has progressed far faster than possible in space programs. With a large market in the balance, major names such as Sony, Nike, Banana Republic, and Runco have each sought to capture market share. Innovative vacuum proofed and radiation shielded garb began as crude, expensive, and uncomfortable in the mid 2000's. Today's Home Theater Suit is a far cry from those early attempts at avoiding radiation burn and vacuum evisceration. Remember the hazards of opening ones helmet in a hard vacuum to eat popcorn or drink soda? No more! Suits of today are comfortable, low cost and considered by many as better than those available to Nasa's long grounded manned space program......
Back to reality. There is a lot of old scanning electron microscopes sold on ebay. Some of them can scan over large surfaces having el. beam spot few nanometers big. Put three of these SEM columns in your PJ, well, THAT would have great resolution!!!
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