Eco-Display - an LCD-TV Powered by a Battery?

Han-Ping Shieh, Yi-Pai Huang, Fang-Cheng Lin, Huang-Ming Chen, Yu-Kuo Cheng

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Abstract

Color break-up (CBU) is a lethal issue of a high light efficiency field-sequential-color (FSC) LCD. Applying local color-backlight-dimming technology to FSC-LCDs, we demonstrated "Stencil-FSC" methods with afield rate as low as 120Hz to render a high luminance "multi-color" image on the first-field and effectively suppress CB U at the same time. In addition, the color filterless LCD with an intelligent LED backlight and even non polarized LC cell, optical thruput can increase by a factor of 10, yet with lower material cost/count for an Eco-Display.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2009 SID INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM DIGEST OF TECHNICAL PAPERS, VOL XL, BOOKS I - III
PublisherSociety for Information Display
Pages228-+
StatePublished - 31 May 2009

Keywords

  • FIELD-SEQUENTIAL LCDS
  • Color break-up (CBU)
  • STENCIL-FSC METHOD
  • CONSUMPTION
  • SUPPRESSION

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