Time of issue:2020-08-17 22:37:35
"Buying a projection means buying brightness", is this true?
Many friends who are interested in projection may have heard this sentence: Buying a projection means buying brightness, and the brightness is high enough for you to watch it comfortably! When everyone hears this, hey, it seems to be such a thing. Usually when you look at your mobile phone under the big sun, don’t you just turn it to full brightness to see it? Pfister Optical Lab reminds you that things are not that simple! The phrase "buy projection is to buy brightness" usually comes from some salespersons. Immediately after this sentence, they will tell you: Take a look at our projector, how high the brightness is... You didn't recover at once, you were taken away by someone! Of course, they are not lying. This sentence is indeed correct, but unfortunately only half of it. In fact, there are three factors that affect the quality of projection! Brightness, contrast and color reproduction!
Third-generation semiconductors will be written into the 14th Five-Year Plan
Recently, at the World Semiconductor Conference and the Third Generation Semiconductor Industry Development Summit Forum, Wu Ling, chairman of the Third Generation Semiconductor Industry Technology Innovation Strategic Alliance, revealed that the national 2030 plan and the "14th Five-Year" national R&D plan have clarified that the third generation semiconductor is Important development direction.