Innovations in Liquid Crystal Display Technology

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This issue of Microelectronics TOE covers recent developments in liquid crystal display (LCD) technology. Innovations profiled include novel liquid crystal technology for LCDs by the University of Central Florida, super-flexible liquid crystal device technology for flexible displays by the Tohoku University, Gaussian distribution-based adaptive local backlight dimming control chip for LCD panels by the Chung Yuan Christian University, and four domain electrode structure for enhanced wide viewing angle in FFS LCD by the Pusan National University.The Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global electronics-related innovations and developments on a weekly basis. Developments are centred on

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Innovations in Liquid Crystal Display TechnologyRecent Developments in Liquid Crystal Display TechnologyNovel Liquid Crystal Technology for Liquid Crystal DisplaysSuper-Flexible Liquid Crystal Device Technology for Flexible DisplaysGaussian Distribution-based Adaptive Local Backlight Dimming Control Chip for LCD PanelsFour Domain Electrode Structure for Enhanced Wide Viewing Angle in FFS LCDImpact Analysis and Growth OpportunitiesImpact Assessment of Innovations in Liquid Crystal Display TechnologyGrowth Opportunities in Liquid Crystal Display TechnologyIndustry Contacts




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