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The majority of laser phosphor projectors shine blue laser light onto a phosphor wheel to create yellow light. Blue light is then combined with the yellow light to create white light.
This white light is split into three primary – red, green and blue colours using a prism or a colour wheel. From these primary colours, a laser phosphor projector is able to reproduce a wide variety of different colours.
Typical laser phosphor
Employs blue laser diodes shining
onto a phosphor wheel.
Laser phosphor hybrid
Same as a typical laser phosphor projector
but adds a red LED light source to boost
the red colour component.
Laser phosphor with red laser
Similar to a laser hybrid, but employs a red laser
diode instead of an LED to produce better
overall saturation and realistic colours.
Forms the basis for Christie BoldColor Technology.
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