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Ilse Jurriën : February 28th 2006 - 05:45 CET

PVPro technology for miniature projectors


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Light Blue OpticsPVPro technology for miniature projectors : Light Blue Optics Ltd developers of the revolutionary PVPro technology for miniature projectors, today announced its latest demonstrator unit, which is only 62cc in volume, and is similar in size and shape to a typical matchbox. Projectors based on PVPro technology can be used to display images from a range of mobile devices, including laptop computers, personal media players such as the video iPod, digital cameras and even mobile phones. Light Blue Optics has developed unique laser-based projection technology, which uses computational algorithms and novel optical techniques to allow miniature lasers to display video images in real-time using the diffractive nature of laser light.
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The latest monochrome ‘micro-mini’ version represents the third generation of the PVPro algorithms and opto mechanical design. It is a crucial step in allowing the company’s customers to manufacture compact projectors for use in a range of applications. PVPro technology is available today to manufacturers as an evaluation kit which includes a demonstration projector unit, appropriate PC software, technical documentation and a bundled package of technical support. Light Blue Optics is working with a select group of strategic partners to bring to market the first products based on PVPro technology. Light Blue Optics will be demonstrating the miniature PVPro evaluation kit at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona.

PVPro projection technology - Access to a large display
Nic Lawrence, CEO, commented, “Our vision is to make it simple for people to share photos with their friends and to comfortably view mobile TV and music videos from their mobile devices. We believe that access to a large display, such as is provided by our PVPro projection technology, is key to increasing ease of use.” The advantage of the Light Blue Optics approach is to address the four key requirements for a small batterypowered device. These are compact size, low power consumption, which allows the projector to be batterypowered, ease of use due to the focus-free operation of the system, and robustness both physically and in terms of error-tolerance.

About Light Blue Optics
Light Blue Optics (LBO) is a dynamic, privately-owned, Cambridge-based company, which has developed PVPro technology for miniature projectors. LBO’s ground-breaking laser projection technology will power a new generation of pocket-sized digital video projectors, which are smaller, more power-efficient and more robust than ever before.





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