Si la nueva técnica de impresión líquida en 3D que conocimos hace poco te pareció rápida, esta nueva impresora promete dejarla atrás. La compañía australiana Gizmo3D ha creado una variación de impresión 3D mediante luz que promete reducir los tiempos de impresión a solo 6 minutos para pequeños objetos.
With a massive Hecto-class 100-inch display, crystalline 1080p output, and Methuselan 25,000 hour bulb life, LG's sleek new Laser TV short throw projector gives us a lot to be excited about. It's a big, beautiful display, no two ways about it.
No, the Super Bowl is not going to be in 3D this year. Again. But that doesn't mean you don't want a 3D set. Here's the thing: The best 2D TV is a 3D TV. The burlier image processors required to render the third dimension make everything look better.
The idea of a $1000 1080p projector is enticing, but are the first products to reach this price, the VIvitek H1080FD and the Optoma HD20, any good? Yes, yes they are.
Mitsubishi just announced a bunch of new DLPs and LCDs. But the most interesting is, by far, an 82-inch DLP for $4200 that's equipped with "3D-ready viewing technology."
Guess which version is the second gen DLP Pico projector. (Hint: It's the smaller one on the right that's better in every way.)
The Samsung MBP200 has a limited 480x320 res, but has a built-in media player, LCD screen and includes a tiny stand that can turn a piece of paper into a screen. A baby screen!
When it comes to buying an HDTV, you really have three choices: LCD, Plasma and DLP. Each version has pluses and minuses, so my question is: which one(s) did you choose?
The folks at HD Guru are reporting that Samsung will be deeply slashing prices on their 2008 line big-screen DLP HDTVs starting this Sunday. We're talking discounts of up to $600 (maybe even more if purchased with an online discount). That puts the 67" (HL67A750) 1080p LED-lit DLP at $1800 after the $600 price cut.…
This great "HD for Kids!" coloring book by Non-Toxic Reviews teaches tykes all about the joys—and pitfalls—of High-Def TV through activities like tracing burn-in on a plasma screen and the borderline-autistic "draw 1,080 dots inside this HDTV". The book is too funny not to be a little tongue-in-cheek, but the lessons…