A Brief History About 3D Projectors

Video projectors have been around for quite some time, and have evolved an awful lot over the course of their entire history. However, one thing you should know about projectors is that they used to be quite heavy and bulky, and while it may seem like an exaggeration, it’s the truth. In addition to being heavy, these projectors weren’t as accessible mainly because of the production cost and the fact that not a lot of people could afford them. However, the modern projectors have changed a lot and have become a lot more accessible than the old times; they are lightweight, long-lasting, small, and overall better than what they used to be. While the price issue remains at large, it can be said that more people are now able to afford these projectors than the number of people in the old days.

However, we’re not talking about the traditional projector as almost everyone knows about those. We are more concerned about the 3D projectors that became a history back in 2008, the time when the first 3D projector was released, and even though it was great, it still wasn’t enough because it could only output video on a not so great 480i resolution. But a lot of people didn’t know that it was just a start. Two years later, LG released a 3D projector that was focused on providing a stellar 1080P output; it was that time when the history of 3D projectors changed forever, and more and more people started investing in them mainly because of just how good they used to be.

However, the pressing question remains the same, what exactly is the whole principle on which these 3D projectors work, well today, we are going to take a look at these, and you should know that the difference between 3D projectors, and the standard way of watching 3D media is a lot different. As for the 3D projectors, all the 3D projectors on the market use a technology that uses a shutter glass, shutter glass shuts, and closes on such a fast speed that the viewer can’t even tell the difference or the time when the image is not being displayed. This allows the projector to make sure that the pictures that are being fed to the viewer are alternative, but at the same time, the whole transitioning is being done at such a fast speed that the audience doesn’t find it easy to notice.

With that out of the way, 3D projectors have come a long way from where they used to stand, and while one may think that the 3D projectors won’t be seeing any improvement in the future, that’s not the case as the projectors are always evolving and getting better and better. With that said do keep in mind that 3D projectors are still expensive, and a lot of people prefer to buy 3D TV because it provides a better flexibility and costs low as well.

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