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How does a laser projector have high brightness?

Updated: Jul 19, 2022

The principle of three primary lasers is not that complicated. Through the control of the three primary lasers system, the entire color system is constructed. The triple laser system controls light directly, which greatly improves light efficiency.

Laser is a cold light source. When a laser projector is working, the heat to generate is low, and the power consumption of the display chip is also greatly reduced. True laser projectors can be instantly powered on without preheating. At the moment of the quick start, the brightness could reach 100%.

Projectors with laser light are often brighter than with LED. A laser generates a very intense and focused light beam but LED light is very different: it's much more scattered. Conventional light sources emit light waves scattered as it travels but laser light sources run coherent straight beams without scattering. As a result, the image quality output from a true laser projector is significantly improved, which is sharper, brighter, and more contrasted.

Speaking of the brightness of laser projectors, high brightness and good directionality are the important features. Those are going to be nice applications on projectors. Its feature of high brightness can improve the brightness of the images, enhancing our viewing experience. Good directionality can improve the light efficiency of the projector and reduce the loss of brightness.

Brightness is still one of the most critical specifications when you select a projector. To get a high brightness projector, lasers, especially true triple lasers would be ideal light sources.

Consider Casiris A6 high brightness projector powered by three primary lasers system, to view the best performance crystal clear images.

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