ID Archive: 2004

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Editorial
Honoring Heiju Uchiike
By Kenneth I. Werner

My Turn
Glimpses of the Chinese Display Industry
Linsu Tong

Seattle Hosts the SID 2004 Symposium, Seminar, and Exhibition
The Society for Information Display's premier event returns to Seattle during a time of record display sales, firm prices, and exciting technology and product developments.    
By Ken Werner

A Slim CRT to Compete with Flat Panels
It is now possible to make a more-or-less conventional CRT much slimmer than before - if a system-level design process is used.    
By Frits C. Gehring, Joost van der Heijden, and Jan van Knippenberg

Do Consumer Front Projectors Have a Future?
Rapidly falling prices and improving performance could make front projectors for TV a mass-market product, but manufacturers must provide more installation flexibility and the industry must get serious about honest consumer education.   
By Brian Patrick

FPD International 2003
With its exhibition of new display modules, manufacturing equipment, components, and materials - together with strategy statements from senior executives and an opportunity to do serious business - FPD International 2003 drew more than 50,000 visitors to Yokohama.    
By Ken Werner

The 11th Color Imaging Conference
True color, from bright daylight to dark cinemas, and digital cinema itself were recurring themes at this highly respected color science and engineering conference.    
By Michael H. Brill

SID 2004 Hotel Reservation Information

Sustaining Members

Index to Advertisers

Backlight
Deep Freeze in the Northeast    
By David Lieberman