Miniature Information Display System (MINDIS)

L. Chan, P. Surguy, N. Flannigan, J. Seaver, I. Underwood, D. G. Vass, M. I. Newsam, R. J. Woodburn, J. M. Oton, X. Quintana, V. Urruchi, J. L. Gayo, C. Waldelof, G. Swedenkrans, A. Vindigni, M. Rampin

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Abstract

MINDIS is an Esprit research project whose aim is the development of a novel Miniature Information Display System. The display engine is a high performance spatial light modulator (SLM) that uses antiferroelectric liquid crystal over a CMOS silicon backplane. The antiferroelectric material is chosen to take advantage of its fast-switching analogue grey scale. The active matrix silicon backplane is an excellent option for projection displays and direct-view reflective-mode displays. Three SME companies who are involved in the development of microdisplay systems, video projectors and helmet-mounted displays are involved in the programme
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIEE Seminar on Microdisplay and smart pixel technologies
Pages3
Number of pages1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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