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Recent advances in microlens-based projection display screens
Author(s): G. Michael Morris; Tasso R. M. Sales; S. Chakmakjian; Donald J. Schertler
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Paper Abstract

In the past few years the microdisplay-based projection television market has been quickly spreading over what used to be the domain of CRT technology. The demand for larger display sizes and improved image quality, together with more accessible pricing is aggressively driving the transition to microdisplays. The screen is the component of the projection system that directly conveys the visual information to the user, responsible for distributing the luminous energy from the light engine. However, the projection screen is far from a simple diffuser and today's performance requirements for display systems require sophisticated screens to meet the resolution, transmission efficiency, and contrast required by visual displays.

Paper Details

Date Published: 6 February 2007
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 6489, Projection Displays XII, 648906 (6 February 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.715233
Show Author Affiliations
G. Michael Morris, RPC Photonics (United States)
Tasso R. M. Sales, RPC Photonics (United States)
S. Chakmakjian, RPC Photonics (United States)
Donald J. Schertler, RPC Photonics (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6489:
Projection Displays XII
Ming H. Wu; Hoang Y. Lin, Editor(s)

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