Thursday, September 18, 2008

Laser TV to enter common families by 2010

A super-screen laser-TV in the Olympic coordination center was highly recognized by the BOCOG during the Olympics and Paralympics this summer.

Since April 2008, this 150-inch laser TV worked 18 hours per day and instantly broadcast video information of all the venues. Officials of the BOCOG delivered orders according to the information on the laser-TV.

It is said this laser-TV is only home-made display equipment used in Beijing Olympics and Paralympics. It is also the first time that laser display technology is used to serve Olympics and Paralympics.

Laser-TV is expected to enter common families around 2010.

By People's Daily Online

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