Twin laser projectors + object-based 3D audio = awesome
Earlier in the year, our own Sebastian Anthony had the opportunity to experience the new "IMAX with laser" cinema in Leicester Square, and it didn't disappoint. Not to be outdone, Dolby Laboratories invited Ars UK to the new JT cinema with Dolby Cinema in Hilversum, the broadcasting capital of the Netherlands.
Laser projection cinema is now arriving in the U.S., EU, China, and other markets, and the potential looks encouraging. With its high-power visible lasers and light engines, Necsel believes it can take advantage of this emerging market, along with other lighting markets that are being enabled by these lower price points. Are there opportunities for other players and technologies in these markets?
Greg Niven, vice president of sales and marketing at Necsel (a part of Ushio) will be discussing this topic as one of our panel on emerging or potentially disruptive products, at our 28th Lasers & Photonics Marketplace Seminar, on February 15, during Photonics West.
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