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Enhanced reflective liquid crystal displays using DuPont holographic recording films
Author(s): Alan G. Chen; Qiang Gao; Ron Fan; Austin V. Harton; Karl W. Wyatt; Thomas C. Felder; William J. Gambogi; Steven R. Mackara; Kirk W. Steijn; T. John Trout
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Paper Abstract

Holographic reflectors with high brightness and excellent environmental stability have been produced using DuPont holographic films. The center wavelength, color bandwidth and viewing cone are defined for the optimal viewing performance. Measurement methods used to quantify holographically enhanced reflective LCD performance are presented. The test results show that holographic reflectors based on the DuPont OmniDex film experienced less than 1 percent brightness degradation under 70 degrees and 95 percent relative humidity for 200 hours, with no measurable color shift. Two examples of how this technology can be extended to enhance color LCDs are also presented.

Paper Details

Date Published: 26 March 1998
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 3294, Holographic Materials IV, (26 March 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.304513
Show Author Affiliations
Alan G. Chen, Motorola (United States)
Qiang Gao, Motorola (United States)
Ron Fan, Motorola (United States)
Austin V. Harton, Motorola (United States)
Karl W. Wyatt, Motorola (United States)
Thomas C. Felder, DuPont Holographic Materials (United States)
William J. Gambogi, DuPont Holographic Materials (United States)
Steven R. Mackara, DuPont Holographic Materials (United States)
Kirk W. Steijn, DuPont Holographic Materials (United States)
T. John Trout, DuPont Holographic Materials (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3294:
Holographic Materials IV
T. John Trout, Editor(s)

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