High Quality Liquid Crystal Displays and Smart Devices Volume 1: Development, display applications and components
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Author: Professor Shoichi Ishihara, Emeritus Professor Shunsuke Kobayashi and Dr Yasuhiro Ukai (eds.)
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High Quality Liquid Crystal Display and Smart Devices Volume 1 provides a review of the development of the technology and details display applications and technical aspects of key components.
A liquid-crystal display (LCD) is a flat-panel display or other electronically-modulated optical device that uses the light-modulating properties of liquid crystals. Liquid Crystal Displays are already widely used in consumer electronics, but research and development is still ongoing. The shifting focus of research follows a pattern of improved definition, increased display size, wider viewing angles and faster responses, with improvements in each area influencing the next. There is also growing interest in the use of liquid crystal materials in novel applications including sensing devices, spatial modulators and light-shielding windows.
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About the Editors
Shoichi Ishihara is a professor at Osaka Institute of Technology, serves as the president of the Japanese Liquid Crystal Society, and is a member of the Society for Information Display. He previously worked at Panasonic Corporation and Sharp Corporation where he was the first in the world to put optically compensated birefringence (OCB) mode LCDs and photo-aligned LCD panels (UV2A mode panels) to practical use, respectively. His current work is on developing alignment-free film substrates and chemical gas sensors using cholesteric LCs,
Shunsuke Kobayashi is Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (TUAT) and Professor Emeritus and the Founding Director of the Liquid Crystal Institute at Tokyo University of Science, Yamaguchi. He has obtained numerous awards and is an Honored Member of International liquid Crystal Society 2012 for his research of defect free colour LCDs and services as vice president of ILCS and SID.
Yasuhiro Ukai is a technical consultant at the UDDI (Ukai Display Device Institute), a senior member of the Society for Information Display and a life member of the Japan Applied Physics Society. Previously, he was chief distinguished engineer and deputy general manager of Corporate R&D Display Device Development at Sony, working on the technology strategy and development of TFT-LCDs.
A must read for Engineers, Scientists and Research & Development professionals engaged in research into liquid crystal materials, displays and devices.
This information is provisional and will be updated prior to publication
Chapter 1: Liquid Crystal Displays: History, State-of-the-Art, and Future Directions - Shunsuke Kobayashi, Shoichi Ishihara, Yasuhiro Ukai, Hidefumi Yoshida, Akihiro Tsumura
Chapter 2: In-Plane Switching Technology - Masahito Oh-e
Chapter 3: Fringe-Field Switching Technology - MinSu Kim, Seok Lyul Lee, Seung Hee Lee
Chapter 4: Vertically Aligned Liquid Crystal Display - Hidefumi Yoshida
Chapter 5: Evolving LCD-TV Technology - Kikuo Ono
Chapter 6: Picture Performance Evolution for the High Dynamic Range Era - Toshiyuki Ogura
Chapter 7: TFT-LCD and AMOLED Display Technology Comparisons - Yasuhiro Ukai
Chapter 8: Automotive Displays - Hidefumi Yoshida
Chapter 9: Requirements for Automotive Displays - Valeriano Ferreras Paz, Efstathios Persidis, Martin Schmidt
Chapter 10: The World’s Largest Curved LCD - Ken Hsiao, Guofu Tang, Xiaojie Xu, Alan Lien
Chapter 11: Optical Design of Flexible Liquid Crystal Displays - Takahiro Ishinabe, Hideo Fujikake
Chapter 12: Flexible LCD - James Harding, Mike Banach
Chapter 13: Film Substrate for Flexible Devices - Koji Kubo
Chapter 14: Thin Film Transistors for Active Matrix LCDs - Mutsumi Kimura
Chapter 15: Ultrahigh-Resolution LCD with using Oxide Semiconductor - Takuya Matsuo
Chapter 16: Oxide Semiconductors for Display Applications - Hideo Hosono
Chapter 17: Liquid Crystalline Organic Semiconductors - Hiroaki Iino, Jun-ichi Hanna
Chapter 18: Liquid Crystal Materials - Haruyoshi Takatsu
Chapter 19: Quantum Dot Technology and its Applications - Masaki Hasegawa
Chapter 20: Backlighting Unit Optics: Optical Micro-Reflectors and Micro-Deflectors for Functional Light-Guide Plate - Kälil Käläntär