No motion blur and deep blacks on a big projected image?
The Microvision laser projector is different than the panel lcd types because the image is built pixel by pixel by very precisely shaped laser beam reflecting off a scanning mirror in a raster pattern onto the screen. When a black pixel is desired, the light is turned off - this produces the BEST infinite contrast and perceived blacks - and the color of each "pixel" is produced one at a time so color fidelity is excellent. The widest color gamut of any display in the world (200% NTSC!) No display tech comes even close to 200% NTSC.
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Are you telling me the projected image shows no/little motion blur? And the colors are good?
Yes, absolutely NO motion blur even at 60hz.
The colors are better than AdobeRGB color space and head and shoulders better than HDTV color space.
Focus-free image, absolute blacks, the BEST colors, smooth image with no visible pixels. (Because it doesn't have pixels.)
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Imagine a gaming screen that produces no light on dark scenes for an infinite on/off contrast, creates a picture with edged laser light that blends together for a film-like image, highly saturated colors, and uses a laser light source that lasts 20,000 + hours!
It also is evenly lit from corner to corner unlike ALL other projectors and never suffers from burn in or stuck/hot pixels.
Its 848x480 @ 60hz only tho, yes?
I have pushed mine up to 75hz with no problem. (The chipset processor ICs do get hot though.) It might be able to do 99hz but I'm not that brave to see if it will handle it yet but I should test one to see how far it will go. lol
I use mine for emulation mostly like playing Sonic on the Genesis emulator Fusion which has Vsync enabled properly.
(FPS are GREAT on this display, and I don't have to do any LCD light strobing to get blur free motion!)
The diagonal is the same as the distance between the projector and the screen - thus, a 12-inch distance equals a 12-inch diagonal. (I have mine in a back projected TV display like configuration.)
The blur free motion is a result of the direct laser raster scanning method of the LBS system.