New Laser Projector Allows High-Quality Video Mapping On Any Surface

technology

A new type of projections could put moving media on any conceivable surface.

Rachel Pincus
  • 19 june 2014

Ready to ditch that blurry projector and send crisp images thousands of feet away? Russian company Radugadesign is trying to turn the projector industry on its head, and it has a familiar technology on its side: Lasers. However, instead of a single laser pointer, like you’d use to pester your cat, their laser projector (which is so new “it doesn’t have [a] name yet”) uses a light beam that scans across a surface over a million times a second, leaving behind a moving image.

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