13 December 1977 Laser-Addressed Liquid Crystal Projection Displays
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Abstract
A summary is given of recent work on laser-addressed smectic liquid crystal projection displays. Details of the cell construction are given along with some considerations on optimizing contrast ratio. Two display demonstrations are described. The first employs a GaAs laser, has 500x500 picture element capacity, and operates at keyboard-entry speeds. The second demonstration uses an argon laser, has 1024x1024 picture elements, two color capability, and can be written in several seconds.
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Anthony G. Dewey, Anthony G. Dewey, John T. Jacobs, John T. Jacobs, Bernard G. Huth, Bernard G. Huth, Glenn T. Sincerbox, Glenn T. Sincerbox, Gerard J. Sprokel, Gerard J. Sprokel, Anthony Juliana, Anthony Juliana, Richard W. Koepcke, Richard W. Koepcke, } "Laser-Addressed Liquid Crystal Projection Displays", Proc. SPIE 0123, Optical Storage Materials and Methods, (13 December 1977); doi: 10.1117/12.955812; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.955812
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