rysm is now shipping its laser phosphor display, which the company showed again at ISE 2011. We thought (along with everyone else at the show) that the product looked much, much better than it did at InfoComm, and is now poised to become a serious digital signage display contender.
The laser phosphor display uses an array of lasers to generate an image on an active screen. It’s a tile-based product that can be arranged in a variety of patterns. It only uses 27 watts per tile for power, generates very little heat, and has a very wide viewing angle.
For more information on the laser phosphor display, go here: http://prysm.com/about_lpd.html