In recent years, the home laser projection market has been experiencing rapid growth, with users having increasingly higher demands for projection image quality. Innovation and application of laser technology have become core aspects of competition among brands. This year, the introduction of the new “Dual Light 2.0” technology by XGIMI has garnered significant attention. But what exactly does the Dual Light 2.0 technology entail, and what are its underlying principles? We’ve compiled relevant information to help users gain a quick understanding.

The Dual Light 2.0 technology is a new projector display technology introduced by XGIMI. It combines the underlying principles of tri-color laser technology with a super-mixing light scheme. Essentially, it adds laser-excited fluorescence to the original tri-color laser, forming a combination of “broad spectrum + narrow spectrum.” By integrating tri-color laser re-exciting technology and four-color bidirectional filtering fusion technology, the overall imaging effect achieves a balance between the quality of tri-color laser and the comfort of super mixing light.

Principles of Dual Light 2.0 Technology

Laser is the brightest artificial light source and the most ideal light source for projection products. However, lasers have their unique physical properties, such as single wavelength and strong coherence. Directly presenting the unmodified native tri-color laser will lead to problems like speckle and color fringe.

The principle of Dual Light 2.0 technology is essentially to partially extract the narrow light source from the tri-color laser, independently excite another broad-spectrum light source, and then integrate the broad-spectrum light source with the three narrow-spectrum lasers. This ultimately enhances brightness while achieving the goal of mixing light, simulating a comfortable and healthy natural spectrum.

Dual Light 2.0 technology represents the latest achievement in XGIMI’s “broad spectrum + narrow spectrum” light source technology route. It adopts a self-developed laser fusion optical architecture. Compared to the previously launched XGIMI Dual Light 1.0 super mixing light technology, it further improves brightness, contrast, color gamut, and color accuracy. The added broad-spectrum light source and laser-excited fluorescence also help to alleviate the problems of speckle and color fringe caused by ordinary tri-color lasers, resulting in softer, more comfortable imaging and more natural colors.

XGIMI’s latest Horizon Max 4K Projector showcased at CES 2024 adopts the Dual Light 2.0 technology and is the world’s first IMAX Enhanced projector. You can order it with coupons.