microLCD

microLCD

A tiny LCD screen, typically less than 2" diagonal. See microdisplay.
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com), an international leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance digital video image processors and MicroLCD display chipsets, announced today the formation of a new strategic partnership with Samsung Video-Display Group, Korea.
an international leader in the design and marketing of high-performance LCD display controllers and microLCD chipsets, was awarded a design win from Everest Technologies of Hsinchu, Taiwan, who is teaming up with Polaroid Corporation of Cambridge, Massachusetts, to produce a consumer-oriented, high-quality projector based on reflective LCOS (liquid crystal on silicon) technology.
com), an international leader in the design and marketing of high performance LCD display controllers and MicroLCD chipsets, announced today the formation of a new strategic partnership with Samsung Electronics Co.
72" display diagonal, as a new member of Aurora's MicroLCD family that unites XGA resolution with unsurpassed design economy and cost effectiveness.
com) is an international leader in the design and marketing of high-performance LCD display controllers and microLCD chipsets.
San Jose, CA, microLCD, LCD monitor, projector, image processor, polarizing optics, liquid crystals,
an international leader in the design and marketing of high-performance LCD display controllers and microLCD chipsets, announced today the availability of two new integrated digital image processor chips for LCD monitors.
S-VISION is currently shipping XGA MicroLCD imagers and development kits and is working with manufacturers in the computer and multimedia projector industries to introduce silicon-based imaging products to market in 1999.
The new MicroLCD multimedia projector planned for introduction this spring will integrate Chisholm's proprietary digital annotation and electronic presentation technology, including electronic chalkboard and live flip chart annotation capability, along with S-VISION's powerful display technology.
6, 1997--Silicon Vision International Corporation, a pioneering developer of MicroLCD (mLCD(TM)) technology for video and graphic display applications, has changed its name to S-VISION Corporation.