What is the future of television in five years?
For projection TV systems, you can figure that laser projection systems will possibly be out next. I'm aware of a company working on it now.
You might also expect to see white LED's being used to replace those expensive, heat producing high wattage projection lamps and finally, possibly the first models of 3-D laser televisions.
You can possibly see the first true, flat screen televisions, not much thicker than a sheet of paper.
It's a very exciting time for the television industry, and after a slump, the transition to digital television is revitalizing the industry.
Just is just based on from what I've read, know first hand and some speculation.
When you are asked this kind of question, the employer is asking about your future plans. What are your career goals: what do you think you will be doing in five years? The employer wants to know your plans and your hopes, which gives some useful information about what kind of person you are-- do you have ambitions and dreams, or do you just want any job and have no plans to improve or move…
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