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VAN LCOS microdisplays: a decade of technological evolution

Dieter Cuypers (UGent) , Herbert De Smet (UGent) and André Van Calster (UGent)
(2011) JOURNAL OF DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY. 7(3). p.127-134
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Abstract—Microdisplays of the liquid crystals on silicon (LCOS) type have gone through a rapid evolution during the last decade. We present an overview of how vertically aligned nematic (VAN) LCOS have evolved from an attractive, but notoriously difficult and even infamous technology, to the mainstream microdisplay technology that it is today. At the same time, we highlight a number of remaining issues and concerns, and present some ideas of how to remedy them.
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vertically aligned nematic (VAN), Liquid crystals on silicon (LCOS), microdisplay, LIQUID-CRYSTAL DISPLAYS, ATOMIC-BEAM ALIGNMENT, THIN-FILMS, SURFACE ORIENTATION, COLUMNAR MICROSTRUCTURE, OBLIQUE-INCIDENCE, IRON FILMS, FABRICATION, POLYIMIDES, ANISOTROPY

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Cuypers, Dieter, Herbert De Smet, and André Van Calster. 2011. “VAN LCOS Microdisplays: a Decade of Technological Evolution.” Journal of Display Technology 7 (3): 127–134.
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Cuypers, D., De Smet, H., & Van Calster, A. (2011). VAN LCOS microdisplays: a decade of technological evolution. JOURNAL OF DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY, 7(3), 127–134.
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Cuypers D, De Smet H, Van Calster A. VAN LCOS microdisplays: a decade of technological evolution. JOURNAL OF DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY. 2011;7(3):127–34.
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Cuypers, Dieter, Herbert De Smet, and André Van Calster. “VAN LCOS Microdisplays: a Decade of Technological Evolution.” JOURNAL OF DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY 7.3 (2011): 127–134. Print.
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  abstract     = {Abstract---Microdisplays of the liquid crystals on silicon (LCOS)
type have gone through a rapid evolution during the last decade.
We present an overview of how vertically aligned nematic (VAN) LCOS have evolved from an attractive, but notoriously difficult and even infamous technology, to the mainstream microdisplay technology that it is today. At the same time, we highlight a number of remaining issues and concerns, and present some ideas of how to remedy them.},
  author       = {Cuypers, Dieter and De Smet, Herbert and Van Calster, Andr{\'e}},
  issn         = {1551-319X},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY},
  keyword      = {vertically aligned nematic (VAN),Liquid crystals on silicon (LCOS),microdisplay,LIQUID-CRYSTAL DISPLAYS,ATOMIC-BEAM ALIGNMENT,THIN-FILMS,SURFACE ORIENTATION,COLUMNAR MICROSTRUCTURE,OBLIQUE-INCIDENCE,IRON FILMS,FABRICATION,POLYIMIDES,ANISOTROPY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {127--134},
  title        = {VAN LCOS microdisplays: a decade of technological evolution},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JDT.2010.2053018},
  volume       = {7},
  year         = {2011},
}

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