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Projectors vs. TVs: Giant-screen pros and cons
... to set up. There are three types of technology in front projection: DLP, LCD, and
. LCD is basically the same technology used in flat-panel TVs. Typically, LCD projectors are in...
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Heads-Up Display (HUD) Market in Civil Aviation –...
... crystal display (LCD), digital light processing (DLP) and liquid crystal on silicon (
). Additionally, analysts have segmented market projections by key geography, and also by...
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China Eastern Airlines
Taiwan-based LCD driver IC vendors set on transit...
... develop other product lineups, including TV chips, touchscreen controller ICs, CMOS sensors and
(liquid crystal on silicon) modules. In addition to TV chips, Novatek also targets IC...
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Himax, Etron developing chips for VR applications
... clients in the US, Japan and China, for developing chips for VR applictions, optimizing its
(liquid crystal on silicon) modules and related chip solutions. Himax is expected to begin...
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Migrating to advanced displays
... e-readers and in some watches, but not yet suitable for the embedded, non-consumer space. ·
– Liquid Crystal on Silicon, used for “near eye” or projectors but have not taken off in the...
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Sound Advice: Today's very best TVs aren't as goo...
SXRD set that cost $13,000 when it was new. (SXRD is Sony's name for Liquid Crystal on Silicon, or
.) The Sony Qualia 006 has very large image-producing chips and an all-glass optical path...
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