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Liquid crystal on silicon
3LCD
Bioscop
Carousel slide projector
Cinebox
Cinemeccanica
CRT projector
Digital Light Processing
Eidophor
GeoWall
Handheld projector
Image projector
Keystone effect
Large Format Projection
Large Format Slide Projector
Large Image Projection
Laser video projector
LCD projector
List of CRT video projectors
Movie projector
Opaque projector
Overhead projector
Phantascope
Projection booth
Samsung HL-R5688W
Slide Cube projector
Slide projector
Talaria projector
Throw (projector)
Victor Animatograph Corporation
Video projector
Vitascope
Waller Gunnery Trainer
IPS panel
Liquid crystal display
List of liquid crystal display manufacturers
4-Cyano-4'-pentylbiphenyl
Active-matrix liquid crystal display
Anisotropic conductive film
Backlight
Blue Phase Mode LCD
Burst dimming
Daylight Viewable LCD
Display contrast
Display lag
Dual Scan
Dynamic Scattering Mode
Ferro Liquid Display
Forth Dimension Displays
Frontlight
Graphics tablet-screen hybrid
HD44780 Character LCD
Hitachi DX07
Image persistence
LCD classification
LCD crosstalk
LCD memory effect
Liquid crystal shutter glasses
LCD Smartie
LCD television
List of LCD matrices
Optical film
Passive matrix addressing
Quattron
Response Time Compensation
Sanyo PLV-Z4
System monitor
Twisted nematic field effect
Viewing cone
Visual Planet
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LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

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Liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS or LCOS) is a "micro-projection" or "micro-display" technology typically applied in projection televisions. It is a reflective technology similar to DLP projectors; however, it uses liquid crystals instead of individual mirrors. By way of comparison, LCD projectors use transmissive LCD chips, allowing light to pass through the liquid crystal. In LCoS, liquid crystals are applied directly to the surface of a silicon chip coated with an aluminized layer, with some type of passivation layer, which is highly reflective.

LCoS technology can typically produce higher resolution and higher contrast images than standard liquid crystal display and plasma display technologies, which makes it less expensive to implement in such devices as televisions.

This book is your ultimate resource for LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon right away, covering: Liquid crystal on silicon, 3LCD, Bioscop, Carousel slide projector, Cinebox, Cinemeccanica, CRT projector, Digital Light Processing, Eidophor, GeoWall, Handheld projector, Image projector, Keystone effect, Large Format Projection, Large Format Slide Projector, Large Image Projection, Laser video projector, LCD projector, List of CRT video projectors, Movie projector, Opaque projector, Overhead projector, Phantascope, Projection booth, Samsung HL-R5688W, Slide Cube projector, Slide projector, Talaria projector, Throw (projector), Victor Animatograph Corporation, Video projector, Vitascope, Waller Gunnery Trainer, IPS panel, Liquid crystal display, List of liquid crystal display manufacturers, 4-Cyano-4'-pentylbiphenyl, Active-matrix liquid crystal display, Anisotropic conductive film, Backlight, Blue Phase Mode LCD, Burst dimming, Daylight Viewable LCD, Display contrast, Display lag, Dual Scan, Dynamic Scattering Mode, Ferro Liquid Display, Forth Dimension Displays, Frontlight, Graphics tablet-screen hybrid, HD44780 Character LCD, Hitachi DX07, Image persistence, LCD classification, LCD crosstalk, LCD memory effect, Liquid crystal shutter glasses, LCD Smartie, LCD television, List of LCD matrices, Optical film, Passive matrix addressing, Quattron, Response Time Compensation, Sanyo PLV-Z4, System monitor, Twisted nematic field effect, Viewing cone, Visual Planet

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon with the objectivity of experienced professionals.
Liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS or LCOS) is a "micro-projection" or "micro-display" technology typically applied in projection televisions. It is a reflective technology similar to DLP projectors; however, it uses liquid crystals instead of individual mirrors. By way of comparison, LCD projectors use transmissive LCD chips, allowing light to pass through the liquid crystal. In LCoS, liquid crystals are applied directly to the surface of a silicon chip coated with an aluminized layer, with some type of passivation layer, which is highly reflective.

LCoS technology can typically produce higher resolution and higher contrast images than standard liquid crystal display and plasma display technologies, which makes it less expensive to implement in such devices as televisions.

This book is your ultimate resource for LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon right away, covering: Liquid crystal on silicon, 3LCD, Bioscop, Carousel slide projector, Cinebox, Cinemeccanica, CRT projector, Digital Light Processing, Eidophor, GeoWall, Handheld projector, Image projector, Keystone effect, Large Format Projection, Large Format Slide Projector, Large Image Projection, Laser video projector, LCD projector, List of CRT video projectors, Movie projector, Opaque projector, Overhead projector, Phantascope, Projection booth, Samsung HL-R5688W, Slide Cube projector, Slide projector, Talaria projector, Throw (projector), Victor Animatograph Corporation, Video projector, Vitascope, Waller Gunnery Trainer, IPS panel, Liquid crystal display, List of liquid crystal display manufacturers, 4-Cyano-4'-pentylbiphenyl, Active-matrix liquid crystal display, Anisotropic conductive film, Backlight, Blue Phase Mode LCD, Burst dimming, Daylight Viewable LCD, Display contrast, Display lag, Dual Scan, Dynamic Scattering Mode, Ferro Liquid Display, Forth Dimension Displays, Frontlight, Graphics tablet-screen hybrid, HD44780 Character LCD, Hitachi DX07, Image persistence, LCD classification, LCD crosstalk, LCD memory effect, Liquid crystal shutter glasses, LCD Smartie, LCD television, List of LCD matrices, Optical film, Passive matrix addressing, Quattron, Response Time Compensation, Sanyo PLV-Z4, System monitor, Twisted nematic field effect, Viewing cone, Visual Planet

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of LCoS - Liquid crystal on silicon with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

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Published by: Emereo Publishing on Aug 23, 2011
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