XGIMI Dual Light: New technology combines laser and LED
Manufacturer XGIMI is one of the best-known names in the field of beamers and projectors and only introduced the new mobile beamers MoGo 2 and MoGo 2 Pro at the end of March 2023. Now they are announcing a technological breakthrough, as XGIMI Dual Light technology combines LED and laser in one optical unit for the first time.
The XGIMI Dual Light Technology in detail
Projectors previously relied on either LED or laser as a single light source. This is changing thanks to the manufacturer’s XGIMI Dual Light technology. Dual Light technology is based on two light sources operating at six wavelengths, based on 278 patented technologies.
It combines the strengths of the two individual light sources. While LED offers a particularly pleasant visual experience for the eyes and has high color fidelity, laser offers higher brightness and color fidelity. The result is said to enable the benefits of both technologies in just one product.
“Thanks to the innovative brightness enhancement of dual-light technology, the challenge for more brightness in projectors is solved. However, XGIMI has always strongly believed that brightness alone is not enough; accurate color reproduction is also required to form the cornerstone of brightness,” said Steven Xiao, CEO of XGIMI.
High color accuracy and wide color gamut
XGIMI’s dual-light technology achieves particularly high color accuracy with an average Delta E value that is said to be on par with color-true professional monitors. So presumably Delta E is less than/equal to 1, significantly undercutting current TVs (Delta E 2-3) and projectors (Delta E 7-8).
The color accuracy of the technology is the first to receive the certifications “Double High Color Standard” from SGS from Switzerland and TÜV Rheinland from Germany. It achieves DCI-P3 color space coverage of 95.5 percent, as well as 99.9 percent of the BT709 color space.
At the same time, the technology allows a brightness of up to 2,300 ISO lumens. At the same time, XGIMI’s Dual Light technology is said to be able to produce a clear, crisp image without color fringing and also display fonts crisply and legibly.
According to XGIMI, the new technology is already being used in the first products and is expected to make its debut on the European market in the near future. Further details can be found on the XGIMI blog.
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