Abstract

This tutorial covers an introduction to liquid crystal technology and principles of operation of various modes of liquid crystal displays as well as the development of biréfringent optical thin film technologies (e.g., polarizers, compensators) for improving the viewing quality of these displays.

© 2007 IEEE

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