|1966||Already back in 1966 lasers have been proposed as replacements for the lamp in projection-systems, but costs and performance of these systems have not been satisfactory.|
|1990||Development of the laser-TV technology in the nineties.|
|1993||Schneider AG from Germany presents a functional laser-TV prototype, developed together with Daimler-Benz and Jenoptik AG.
The prototype was never developed further to a market-ready product due to bankruptcy of Schneider AG.
|2006||At the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show in 2006, Novalux Inc., developer of Necsel semiconductor laser technology, demonstrated their laser illumination source for projection displays and a prototype rear-projection "laser" TV.|
|2008||laser-TV technology is ready for the market:
January 7, 2008: Mitsubishi intruduces the world's first laser-powered television LASERVUE at the Consumer Electronics Show.
|2008||"Mitsubishi LaserVue TV" goes on sale at northern NJ's Electronics Expo stores and several other stores Sunday, November 16, 2008 for $6,999|
|2009||HDI introduces 100-inch 3D Laser-TV view video|
|2010||Mitsubishi returns with a new LaserVue model.
The L75-A91 is 75-inches big and fully 3D-ready.