A Laser Phosphor Display works in many ways like an old CRT Monitor. Instead of an electromagnet it uses a solid-state laser diode to energize a pattern of phosphors layered in a rigid glass or polymer structure. When excited by the Laser Engine, the Phosphor Panel emits red, green, or blue pixels extremely close to its surface, with no image filtering to waste power. This emissive display technology has the highest possible viewing angle (typically twice that of LCDs or LEDs) with no pixel burn-in or failure. The display may be modified with special coatings or substrates for specific viewing needs.
The company prysm now has several display systems based on that technology available. Most of them are modular and can be set up like classic video cubes.