Fingers are crossed .
|Originally posted by sisaacs|
Only 25 lumens per led though. Unfortunately there's some reason you can't use led arrays with projectors, something to do with you need a single bright source or strange things happen (can't remember exactly what it was)
|Originally posted by RTFM|
Lots of fixed panel projectors use a "Fly Eye Lens" which turns the point source of an arc lamp into a diffuse light source so I can't think why a panel of LEDs shouldn't do the trick. But then, what do I know ?
|Wow. Now that appears to have some serious potential. If they can do 30,000 lumens on a 5" square, certainly they could do 1k-2k on something small enough to fit into a projector.|
|In a 3-chip configuration (DLP is the most efficient) you can achieve efficiencies of 36%.|
|Colorwheel on a 3-chip? Surely you jest|
|I'm not convinced you'd need a single LED for R, G, and B, but I'm convinced you'd need a very small array to achieve what everyone is after.|