Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal-Based Pico-Projectors Noel A. Clark, University of Colorado at Boulder, DMR 0820579.
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Center researchers are collaborating with spin-off Displaytech (now part of Micron Technologies) to develop ferroelectric liquid crystal (FLC) materials for application in picoprojectors. The high-quality time sequential color and high brightness enabled by FLC switching speed, and high fill factor and ultra-small pixels achievable with FLCs makes FLC-on-silicon the choice display technology for picoprojectors. FLC-based pico-projection continues to advance with the $99 POPVIDEO iphone projector shown in the image, recently introduced by Micron/Displaytech.