18 June 1997 MicroDisplay technology: from eyeglass-mounted displays to portable projectors to the Dick Tracy video phone
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MicroDisplay devices are based on a combination of technologies ranging from the extreme integration capability of conventionally fabricated CMOS active-matrix liquid crystal display substrates to proprietary tunable color- filter technology, to optical distortion correction technology for lens-system compensation. All of these technologies were devised to create a line of application- specific integrated circuit single-chip display devices with integrated computing, memory, and communication circuitry. Next-generation portable communication, computer, and consumer electronic devices such as truly portable monitor and TV projectors, eyeglass-clip-on virtual displays, pagers and personal communication services hand-sets, and wristwatch-mounted video phones are all target markets for MicroDisplay technology.
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Phillip Alvelda, Phillip Alvelda, } "MicroDisplay technology: from eyeglass-mounted displays to portable projectors to the Dick Tracy video phone", Proc. SPIE 3058, Head-Mounted Displays II, (18 June 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.276642; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.276642
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