ID Archive: 2002

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Editorial
The Best PDPs Are Good- and Very Expensive
By Kenneth I. Werner

The Display Continuum
More on Rows and Columns...
By Aris Silzars

Removing the Shadow Mask
In developing a new approach to making a color CRT without a shadow mask, designers at Philips Research seek to lower production costs and improve image quality.
By A H. Bergman

Can PDPs Compete in the Consumer-TV Marketplace?
PDPs, LCDs, and rear-projection displays are all better today than they have ever been, but PDPs still need improvement before their success in the consumer-television market can be assured.
By Shigeo Mikoshiba

Helping Multimedia Go the Distance
It now seems that no single digital interface will fit all applications. The developer of GigaSTaRô makes the case for this high-speed low latency interface for connecting remote displays.
By Paul Gaudreau

The King Is Dead, Long Live the King!
Computex Taipei 2002, it was clear that the LCD is replacing the CRT as the ruling monitor technology; meanwhile, the LCD monitor/TV is being groomed as the next heir to the throne.
By Bryan Norris

Sustaining Members

Index to Advertisers

Backlight
Looking at Microdisplays
By David Liebennan

Calendar of Display-Related Events