A Plasma Television is commonly referred to flat panel display Television. Plasma Television also has a form of Television set with body display of about 30 inch or more. This Television set is referred to as ‘plasma’ because it makes uses of small cells containing electrically charged ionized gases more commonly known as fluorescent lamp.
Plasma Television creates pictures from millions of electrically charged atoms, electrons, xenon and neon that collide together when the power is turned on. The collisions energy released leads to the increment of energy level in the plasma while the neon and xenon release photons of light.
Plasma Television offers large viewing areas about 50 inches but may be very thin, while the offer excellent picture quality.
The environment of any Plasma Television is set up by considering the screen sizes against the wall or floor plan or available place where the Television set will be placed.
The Plasma Television has powerful viewing experience, invisible speakers and clear voice. It allows users to enjoy favorite News and exciting channels.
Plasma Television also has web browser and Bluetooth allowing users to connect to the world and share files.
Plasma Television archive
The first prototype for a plasma display monitor was invented in 1964 at the university of Illinois by professor Donald Bitzer and Gene Slottow and then graduate student Robert Willson. However, it was not until after the advent of digital and other technologies that successful plasma s became possible.
According to Wikepedia “a plasma display is an emissive flat panel display where light is created by phosphors excited by a plasma discharge between two flat panels of glass.”
During the early sixties, research was made in University of Illinois by Donald Bitzer, Gene Slottow, and Robert Willson (the inventors listed on the plasma display patent) to find an alternative to the cathode-ray tube-based sets being used.
The cathode-ray display has to constantly refresh, which is okay for video and broadcasts but bad for displaying computer graphics.
Donald Bitzer began the project and enlisted the help of Gene Slottow and Robert Willson. By July of 1964, the team had built the first plasma display panel with one single cell. Today’s plasma s use millions of cells.
After 1964, broadcast companies considered developing plasma as an alternative to s using cathode ray tubes. However, LCD or liquid crystal displays made possible flat screen that squelched the further commercial development of plasma display.
It took many years for plasma s to became successful and they finally did due to the efforts of Larry Weber.
Plasma Television key features.
- 3D technology Yes
- Smart Television Yes
- Refresh rate(s) 240Hz
- Dejudder processing Yes
- Internet connection Built-in-Wifi
- Remotes Standard, touch pad
- 3D glasses included 2Pairs
- USB Photo/Music/Video
Other included features are THX picture modes, built in camera, additional 3D glasses.
The astonishing design of a Plasma Television is the ability to pop up built-in banner when you first turn on the Television and also when the volume is adjusted.
Environmental Impact of Plasma Television.
Plasma Television screen consumes more energy, although it is believe that the plasma screen will continue to become more energy efficient in the future.