Abstract

We propose liquid-crystal (LC) devices capable of switching between reflective and transmissive modes using the scattering and transparent states of long-pitch cholesteric LCs (CLCs). Two different device configurations can be realized by changing the location of a CLC layer. Low-power operation without the parallax problem can be achieved using the bistable switching of CLCs. We believe that the proposed devices are potential candidates for highly efficient transflective displays.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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