Welcome to LA!
By Stephen P. Atwood
Werner Haas, LCD Pioneer at Xerox, Dies at Age 79.
Are You Hungry?
By Paul Drzaic
The Business of Displays
OLED Displays on the Verge of Commercial Breakthrough?
By Robert Jan Visser
2008 Display of the Year Award Winners Show the Future is Now
From the commercialization of OLED displays to the rebirth of 3-D cinema, the best display products of 2007 point to the realization of many years of research and development.
By Michael Morgenthal
Highly Engineered Glass Substrates for LCD Television: Why Reducing Value Is Incompatible with Consumer Expectations
With the explosion of LCD TV in the past few years and price pressures becoming larger factors, it stands to reason that some manufacturers may look for cheaper alternatives when it comes to the glass used in the making of LCDs. Does highly engineered, specialized glass still offer the best value for manufacturers?
By Peter L. Bocko and H. S. Lee
The Evolution of Projection Displays. Part I: From Mechanical Scanners to Microdisplays
The first installment of this two-part article explores the innovations from the 1930s until the early 1990s. In Part II, to be published in the August issue of ID, we'll continue the story to the present day.
By Matthew S. Brennesholtz
Products on Display at Display Week 2008
Some of the products on display at North America's largest electronic-display exhibition are previewed.subtitle> art8 By Editorial StaffSelected papers appearing in the May 2008 issue of the Journal of the SID are previewed.
By Editorial Staff
Journal of the SID Preview
Selected papers appearing in the May 2008 issue of the Journal of the SID are previewed.
By Aris Silzars