Used in street lamps, signs and signals.
Burn with the 10,000 lumes at 500 watts! Therefore it needs a big cooling fan.
I have used it with a Fresnel lens LCD projector with great success.
If you can't go big, go small.
Want a projection theater on the go?
Make or build a pico projection kit out of a briefcase. I have seen around campus and often at meetings and job fairs. Very useful and lighter than a laptop.
Should you buy a projection system or build it?
posted Mar 12, 2011, 8:33 PM by William Broza [ updated Sep 16, 2012, 8:20 PM ]
Buying a consumer 3D project costs about $100 per pair of glasses and $1000 for a descent projector.
at 120 Hz and 4000 lumes, are you getting your money?
If you are willing to get your hands dirty with tools, you can do much better.
All you need is a light, LED screen, and two lenses. One is a focus lens and the other is a flat Fresnel lens.
The Fresnel lens limits the size and resolution of the LED you can use. But most people can achieve 1080p at 200 Hz using off the shelf parts.
This 1080p 240 Hz 3D projector costs $900 to build and can use cheap polarize glasses or professional shutter image systems.
Half the cost of a pre-made system at twice the quality.