Re: CRT Longevity
- Ed Lantz wrote:
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> it is clear that single-lens systems will dominate in theI didn't have the opportunity to go to ISP (someone had to stay home
> future. Resolutions will double in the next couple years, thereby
> matching CRT resolutions, and brightness will increase.
> Single-lens systems are low-maintenance, allowing theaters
> to focus resources on show production rather than projector
> But for now, the CRT still offers the ultimate in black levels and
> high resolution. I expect they will be around for some time yet.
to tweak our projectors :-)). I do find these last paragraphs begging
Will those single lens systems produce the black level that CRTs
Resolution may come, but are we giving up black skies for dark gray
in order to be flashy?
J. Scott Miller, Program Coordinator
Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium
University of Louisville
- "J. Scott Miller" <Scott.Miller@...> wrote:
>Resolution may come, but are we giving up black skies for dark grayWell, if the ultra-conservatives like Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hackbarth have their way, there won't be any darks skies left in the realworld to compare it to by they time we have to switch over. So, who'll know?
>in order to be flashy?
Founder/Moderator, Southern Nights Astronomical League of Florida
Founder/Moderator, Southern Night-Sky Restoration Project
Chairman, Dark Sky Advisory Committee
Central Florida Astronomical Society
Operations & Production Manager
Seminole Community College Planetarium
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