QPC Lasers to Demonstrate High Power Miniature BrightLase(R) Red-Green-Blue Laser for Portable Consumer Electronics at Display Week 2008.
Company to Exhibit and Host Private Demonstrations of its Ultra Compact Red-Green-Blue Chip-based Lasers for Miniature Projectors
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See OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB). :QPCI) "QPC," a world leader in the design and manufacture of high brightness, high power semiconductor lasers for the consumer electronics, industrial, defense, and medical markets, today announced that it will exhibit at the Society of Information (SID) Display Week 2008 in booth 659 at the Los Angeles Convention Center The Los Angeles Convention Center (abbreviated LACC) is a convention center in downtown Los Angeles. The LACC hosts annual events such as the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show, and was best known to video games fans as host to E3 until its cessation in 2006. in Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. , CA and will host private demonstrations of its high power miniature prototype BrightLase[R] Red-Green-Blue "RGB (Red Green Blue) The computer's native color space, which is the color system for capturing and displaying images. RGB was derived from our own perception of color because human eyes are sensitive to red, green and blue (see trichromaticity). " laser. Leveraging QPC's unique semiconductor technology, the laser is designed for high resolution miniature projectors in the 100 lumens output region for portable handheld consumer electronics.
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RBG Red Blue and Green laser offers advantages to consumer electronics manufacturers including expanded color gamut The entire range of colors available on a particular device such as a monitor or printer. A monitor, which displays RGB signals, typically has a greater color gamut than a printer, which uses CMYK inks. for an exceptionally bright visual experience, low power consumption, an ultra compact footprint, and is designed for low cost high volume manufacture. QPC offers visible laser technologies designed to be compatible with the leading micro-display technology including LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) A technology used to make microdisplays for rear-projection TVs and head-mounted displays (HMDs). Each LCoS chip hosts a grayscale LCD shutter sandwiched between a cover glass and a mirror. , scanning micro-mirrors, DLP (Digital Light Processing) A data projection technology from TI that produces clear, readable images on screens in lit rooms. DLP is used in all types of projection devices, from data projectors that weigh only a few pounds to large rear-projection TVs to electronic and LCD.
"Advances in electronics technology provide hand-held consumer products such as PDAs with incredible computing and communications power," said Dr. Jeffrey Ungar, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of QPC Lasers, Inc. "Unfortunately, the small size and poor resolution of typical 2" display screens makes their use for applications such as Internet browsing, games and video sharing a frustrating experience," said Dr. Ungar.
"Mating consumer electronics with powerful projectors powered by compact, powerful Red-Green-Blue lasers offers a way around this bottleneck," said Dr. Ungar. "We believe that our BrightLase[R] technology is a vehicle uniquely suited to making this dream a reality, and expect the exceptional brightness, efficiency, compactness and low cost of these lasers to provide compelling advantages in displays for PDAs, games, laptops, automobiles, and aircraft," concluded Ungar.
QPC recently announced an exclusive $12 million Laser TV development and production contract (see announcement dated November 30, 2007) for RGB BrightLase[R] Lasers for use in DLP and LCOS. QPC previously demonstrated its green laser based on frequency doubling of its proprietary BrightLase[R] single-mode laser technology (see announcement, September 18, 2007.)
The SID International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition, now in its 46th year, is the premier international gathering of scientists, engineers, manufacturers and users in the electronic-display industry. The event provides access to a wide range of technology and applications from high-definition flat-panel displays using both emissive e·mis·sive
Having the power or tendency to emit matter or energy; emitting. and liquid-crystal technology to the latest in OLED (Organic Light Emitting Device, Organic Light Emitting Diode) A thin film light-emitting technology that is expected to compete with LCD and plasma TVs as well as LCD monitors and readouts. displays and large-area projection-display systems. One can find state-of-the-art information on the latest in image processing, systems software and display processor hardware, human factors and applied vision, and exciting new applications such as multimedia and the electronic cinema. With more than 550 booths and 8,000 attendees, SID is the leading North American North American
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Demonstrations are by invitation only. For more information on attending a demonstration, please send requests and appropriate credentials to mdagresto @ qpclasers.com. For more information on QPC Lasers, or to opt-in for regular updates about the company, see www.QPClasers.com.
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About QPC Lasers, Inc.
QPC Lasers, Inc. (www.QPClasers.com) is a world leader in the development, manufacture and distribution of high-brightness, high-power semiconductor lasers for the consumer electronics, defense, homeland security, industrial, and medical markets. Founded in the year 2000, QPC is vertically integrated from epitaxy epitaxy
Process of growing a crystal of a particular orientation on top of another crystal. If both crystals are of the same material, the process is known as homoepitaxy; if the materials are different, it is known as heteroepitaxy. through packaging and performs all critical fabrication fabrication (fab´rikā´shn),
n the construction or making of a restoration. processes at its state-of-the-art high-technology facility in the Los Angeles suburb of Sylmar, CA. QPC is a publicly traded U.S. company (OTCBB: QPCI) and is ISO (1) See ISO speed.
(2) (International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland, www.iso.ch) An organization that sets international standards, founded in 1946. The U.S. member body is ANSI. certified.
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