high-information-content display

high-information-content display

[¦hī ‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚kän‚tent di‚splā]
(electronics)
An electronic display that has a sufficient number of pixels (75,000 to 2,000,000) to show standard or high-definition television images or comparable computer images.
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Designed for high-information-content display of images from static to full-motion video, Optrex TFT LCDs provide desirable front-of-screen performance for a variety of non-PC industrial applications including instrumentation, process control systems, medical diagnostics, office equipment, POS and ATM devices, and high-end appliances/white goods.
This panel will host several industry experts spanning AMLCD, plasma, OLED and projection technologies, who will discuss the proliferation of each, given that AMLCD's market share is expected to mimic that of cathode ray tubes (CRTs)--which dominated the high-information-content display industry with a 99-percent market share for 60 years.
By combining IR-emitting and visible PHOLED pixels into one display, the Company is creating a novel display architecture to meet the Army's requirement for a single, high-information-content display that works in high, low and no light conditions.
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