Just today Australian company Arasor International and Silicon Valley partner Novalux demonstrated in Sydney what they call the world's first laser TV. This prototype was built by Mitsubishi which reflects the great interest of big companies in this new technology. Both companies seem ever excited and have predicted the death of plasma screens. You may ask why, well according to the manufacturers laser TVs hold a great deal of advantages like lower productions costs which equal lower market prices, better energy efficiency, plus they are lighter in weight. While plasma and LCD screens produce only 30 to 35 percent of the colors the human eye can see, laser TVs produce 90 percent of those colors they claim.

"Unveiled for the first time in Australia yesterday, the Laser TV produces a picture which features deep blacks, rich colour and almost 3D-like picture depth complete with a full high definition resolution of 1920 x 1080."

They also stated that they have the support of strong companies like Mitsubishi and Samsung, so TVs might just be the beginning.