Colour Projection

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A permutation of colour 'therapy' in which light is passed through sheets or slabs of gelatin of various colors onto the patient; according to its proponents, each color has a particular effect—e.g., red filtered light increases haemoglobin, blue light decreases fevers, etc.
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There is a CD included with the booklet, which features selections for color projection or black and white printing options.
The similarities between Color Field painting and contemporaneous experiments with color projection are striking.
The committee met in New York this spring to develop the color projection which was presented late last month by the International Fashion Fabric Exhibition, which will hold its next show Oct.
DPS) is showcasing its new Micro-Projector based on Angular Color Projection (ACP) at InfoComm 2010 on June 9th through June 11th 2010 in Las Vegas.
LUXIM is the inventor of LIFI bringing Light Fidelity to long-life, vivid color projection display applications like wide screen high-definition TVs and home theater projectors.
Microvision (Nasdaq:MVIS), the global leader in light scanning technologies for display and imaging products, confirmed today that both Novalux and Corning have developed green lasers which have been incorporated into separate Microvision ultra-thin, miniature full color projection displays (PicoP[TM]) being demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
LUXIM is the inventor of LIFI(TM) bringing Light Fidelity(TM) to long-life, vivid color projection display applications like wide screen high-definition TVs and home theater projectors.
This also allows for accurate color projection, which can be adjusted to the users' preferences, creating richer images and better performance.
With the same attention to quality, the H56 is optimized for vivid, true color projection and features a new six-segment color wheel coated with an advanced material that achieves superb color saturation -- especially in the area of projecting rich reds.
Both of Optoma's home theater projectors are optimized for vivid, true color projection, but H56 takes it a step further.
It was recognized at Infocomm 2000 as an outstanding technical achievement in color projection.
Blue laser diodes could not only nearly quadruple data storage on such media as DVDs, but also provide the means by which higher resolution printing and crisp, full color projection displays could be achieved.