SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers

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May 2010

Volume 41, Issue 1

Pages 1–1949

  1. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 3.1: A Novel Polarizer Glassestype 3D Displays with a Patterned Retarder (pages 1–4)

      Hoon Kang, SuDong Roh, InSu Baik, HyunJoon Jung, WooNam Jeong, JongKeun Shin and InJae Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500405

    2. 3.2: A New Approach to Dynamic Polarization 3D LCD (pages 5–8)

      Hsiang-Tan Lin, Shih-Chieh Lin and Chun-Chieh Chiu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500540

    3. 3.3: Efficient PolarizationBased Stereoscopic Projector with Extended Color Gamut: Combining Two Projectors into One (pages 9–12)

      Lawrence Bogaert, Youri Meuret, Jana Vanderheijden, Hugo Thienpont and Herbert de Smet

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500655

    4. 3.5: Novel Broadband Retarder Evaluation Metrics for 3D Projection Display (pages 17–20)

      Yu-hsun Chang, Kuo-Chung Huang, Hoang-Yan Lin and Chao-Hsu Tsai

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500342

    5. 3.6L: LateNews Paper: High Transmission and High Contrast PBS for Mobile Projection Applications (pages 21–23)

      Seong Taek Lee, Melinda Chee, Ken Chan, Kevin Teo, Siew Chin Yap, Philip E. Watson, Joanna Ng and David J. Aastuen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500411

  2. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 4.1: A Novel Amorphous Silicon Gate Driver with Enhanced Driving Capability (pages 24–27)

      ChienHsueh Chiang, Kunyo Liu, Wentsai Sheu, Vincent Liu, Owen Huang and Chiulien Yang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500420

    2. 4.2: A Low Power Consumption and High Reliability Architecture for aSi TFT Gate Driver on Glass (pages 28–31)

      Masahiko Nakamizo, Masashi Yonemaru, Yasuaki Iwase and Tetsuo Fukaya

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500434

    3. 4.3: An Ultraslim Border TFTLCD Technology Using Gate Fanout in Active Area (pages 32–34)

      Yen-Cheng Tu, Bo-feng Chen, Jen-Chien Peng, Yung-Hsun Wu and Chiulien Yang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500447

    4. 4.4L: LateNews Paper: A Novel High Reliable Integrated Gate Driver with BiScanning Structure using aSi TFT for Large Size FHD TFTLCD TVs (pages 35–38)

      HongJae Shin, ByungHyun Park, MiYoung Son, ByungHoon Kim, YongHo Kim, ChungAh Lee, WonGyun Youn, JeomJae Kim, ChangHo Oh, InByeong Kang and Yong-Kee Hwang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500457

  3. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 5.1: Purity of OLED-Materials and the Implication on DevicePerformance (pages 39–42)

      Heinrich Becker, Ingrid Bach, Michael Holbach, Jochen Schwaiger and Hubert Spreitzer

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500471

    2. 5.2: Probing Chemical Instability of Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Operating OLEDs (pages 43–46)

      Denis Y. Kondakov, Christopher T. Brown and Thomas D. Pawlik

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500486

    3. 5.3: Control of Emission Zone in Blue Phosphorescent OLEDs by Material Design (pages 47–49)

      Evgueni Polikarpov, James S. Swensen, Lelia Cosimbescu, Phillip K. Koech, Amber von Ruden, Asanga B. Padmaperuma and Daniel J. Gaspar

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500497

    4. 5.4: Distinguished Paper: OLEDs Integrated with Internal Scattering Structure for Enhancing Optical Outcoupling (pages 50–53)

      Hong-Wei Chang, Kun-Cheng Tien, Min-Hung Hsu, Yi-Hsiang Huang and Chung-Chih Wu*

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500509

  4. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 6.1: A Size Efficient 10b DAC with Multipath Current Interpolation and Weighted Tranconductors for the AMLCD Displays (pages 54–57)

      Gyu-Sung Park, Sung-Woo Lee, Ki-Duk Kim, Chang-Byung Park, Seung-Tak Ryu and Gyu-Hyeong Cho

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500522

    2. 6.2: A 10 Bits Modified VCC Interpolation and DVO Correction by Drain Current Injection (pages 58–61)

      Sungwoo Lee, Ki-Duk Kim, Kyu-Sung Park, Chang-Byung Park, ByungHun Lee, Jin-Yong Jeon, Seung-Chul Jung, Jin Huh, Jun-Hyeok Yang, Hyun-Sik Kim and Gyu-Hyeong Cho

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500536

    3. 6.3: A Low-EMI 2Gbps ClockAlignedtoData IntraPanel Interface (CADI) for TFT-LCD with the VSYNC-Embedded Clock and Equalization (pages 62–65)

      Hyung-Joon Chi, Young-Ho Choi, Soo-Min Lee, Jae-Yoon Sim, Hong-June Park, Jongjin Lim, Pil-Sung Kang, Bu-Yeol Lee, Jin-Cheol Hong and Hee-Sub Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500549

    4. 6.4: A Clockembedded Voltage Differential Signaling CVDS for the ChipOnGlass Application of TFTLCD (pages 66–69)

      Hyun-Kyu Jeon, Yong-Hwan Moon, Jeong-ll Seo, Ju-Pyo Hong, Kwang-II Oh, Jun-Ho Kim, Jung-Hwan Choi, Seok-Jae Park, Joon-Ho Na, Jae-Ryun Shim, Heong-Seog Oh, Dae-Seong Kim, Dae-Keun Han, Jeong-Ho Kang, Koo-Won Kang, Kyoung-Tae Moon, Jin-Kyu Kim, Hyun-Chul Choi and Lee-Sup Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500556

    5. 6.5L: LateNews Paper: The Enhanced Reduced Voltage Differential Signaling eRVDS Interface with Clock Embedded Scheme for ChipOnGlass TFTLCD Applications (pages 70–73)

      Dong Hoon Baek, Jung Pil Lim, Han Su Pae, Jae Youl Lee, Wang Yu, Young Min Choi, Young Hun Lee, Sun Ik Lee, Woo Sung Lee, Dae Joon Lee, Yoon Kyung Choi and Myung Hee Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500567

    6. 6.6L: LateNews Paper: A Low Quiescent Current and Fast Settling Output Buffer with Boosting Slewrate Scheme for Large LCD Driver (pages 74–76)

      II Kwon Chang, Min Sung Kim, Ji Ho Lew, Joon Yul Yun, Jae Kyu Park, Don Woo Lee, So Youn Kim, Kyung Won Min, Young Chul Kim and Jae Hoon Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500579

  5. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 7.2: Wide Temperature Range Blue Phase Liquid Crystals for Display Applications (pages 80–83)

      Jie Xiang, Shin-Ying Lu and Liang-Chy Chien

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500596

    2. 7.3: Development of 3.4in. QHD LCD Having BluePhase LC and OxideSemiconductor TFTs (pages 84–86)

      Takeshi Nishi, Tetsuji Ishitani, Akio Yamashita, Daisuke Kubota, Tomohiro Tamura, Kengo Akimoto, Junichiro Sakata, Hiroyuki Miyake, Jun Koyama, Shunpei Yamazaki, Yoshiaki Oikawa, Katsuaki Tochibayashi and Masayuki Sakakura

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500610

    3. 7.4: Extended Kerr Effect in a Polymer-Stabilized Blue-Phase Liquid Crystal Composite (pages 87–89)

      Jin Yan, Hui-Chuan Cheng, Sebastian Gauza, Yan Li, Meizi Jiao, Linghui Rao and Shin-Tson Wu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500619

  6. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 8.2: Factors Affecting Image Quality Preferences (pages 94–97)

      PremNandhini Satgunam, Russell L Woods, P Matthew Bronstad and Eli Peli

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500640

    2. 8.3: Visual Modeling of Upscaled Image Discrimination (pages 98–101)

      Jon M. Speigle, Dean S. Messing and Scott Daly

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500652

    3. 8.4: Perceptual Quality Assessment for Motion Compensated Frame Interpolation (pages 102–105)

      Kang Sun Choi, Yeo-Min Yun, Jong-Woo Han and Sung-Jea Ko

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499824

  7. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 9.1: Invited Paper: Green Technology in LCD (pages 106–107)

      Jun H. Souk and Sangwoo Whangbo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499837

    2. 9.3: PowerEfficient LCTV with Smart Grid Demand Response Functionality (pages 112–115)

      Louis Kerofsky, Scott Daly, Xinyu Xu, Sachin Deshpande and Chang Yuan

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499855

    3. 9.4: Invited Paper: EcoDesign for TV Displays (pages 116–119)

      Kees Cornelis Teunissen, Theo JM Schoenmakers and Jan Leendert de Olde

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499876

  8. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 10.1: Crosstalk Simulation for Polarization Switching 3D LCD Display (pages 120–123)

      Youngji Ko, Junghoon Yoon, Kyunghoon Cha and Kihyung Kang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499886

    2. 10.2: Crosstalk Suppression by Image Processing in 3D Display (pages 124–127)

      YuCheng Chang, Chih-Yao Ma and YiPai Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499894

    3. 10.3: CrossTalk Evaluation of ShutterType Stereoscopic 3D Display (pages 128–131)

      Cheng-Cheng Pan, Yo-Ray Lee, Kun-Feng Huang and Ta-Chin Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499905

  9. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 11.1: Invited Paper: 15inch RGBW Panel Using TwoStacked White OLED and Color Filter for LargeSized Display Applications (pages 136–139)

      Chang-Wook Han, Sung-Hoon Pieh, Hee-Suk Pang, Jae-Man Lee, Hong-Seok Choi, Soon-Kwang Hong, Bum-Sik Kim, Yoon-Heung Tak, Nam-Yang Lee and Byung-Chul Ahn

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499955

    2. 11.2: A 2.4in. AMOLED with IGZO TFTs and Inverted OLED Devices (pages 140–143)

      Hsing-Hung Hsieh, Tsung-Ting Tsai, Chin-Yu Chang, Hsiao-Han Wang, Jung-Yen Huang, Shih-Feng Hsu, Yuan-Chun Wu, Tze-Chien Tsai, Ching-Sang Chuang, Lee-Hsun Chang and Yu-Hsin Lin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499968

    3. 11.3: Distinguished Paper: LTPSbased Transparent AM OLED (pages 144–147)

      Young W. Song, Kyu H. Hwang, Seok G. Yoon, Jae H. Ha, Keum N. Kim, Jong H. Lee and Sung C. Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499977

    4. 11.4: Transparent AMOLED Display Based on Bottom Emission Structure (pages 148–151)

      Jinkoo Chung, Joohyeon Lee, Junho Choi, Chanyoung Park, Jaekook Ha, Hokyoon Chung and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499989

  10. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 12.2: Novel Addressing Method for Color FilterLess Liquid Crystal Displays (pages 155–158)

      Yi-Han Hsieh, Fang-Cheng Lin, YiPai Huang and Han-Ping D. Shieh

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500010

    2. 12.3: MultiLC/BL Algorithmic Technique in Field Color Sequential LCD for Color Breakup Suppression (pages 159–162)

      Chen-Li Chu, Chun-Yu Hsieh, Da-Liang Chiu and Ke-Horng Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500044

    3. 12.4: RealTime Adaptive Backlight Algorithm for FieldSequentialColor Displays (pages 163–166)

      Shih-Hsun Chien, Chun-Ho Chen, Fang-Cheng Lin, YiPai Huang, Han-Ping David Shieh, Shian-Jun Chiou and Wen-Chih Tai

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500159

  11. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 13.2: Optimization of Electrode Shapes for High Performance Optically Isotropic Liquid Crystal Display (pages 170–172)

      Gyu Hyung Yang, Mi-Kyung Kim, Byeong Gyun Kang, Sukin Yoon, Min Su Kim, Mina Chae, Seung Hee Lee, Linghui Rao and ShinTson Wu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500292

    2. 13.3: Submillisecond GraytoGray Response Time of PolymerStabilized Blue Phase Liquid Crystals (pages 173–176)

      KuanMing Chen, Sebastian Gauza, Haiqing Xianyu and ShinTson Wu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500315

  12. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 14.1: Comparison of Blur Edge Time and Gaussian Edge Time as Measures of Motion Blur (pages 180–183)

      Sylvain Tourancheau, Kjell Brunnström, Andrew B. Watson and Börje Andrén

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500346

    2. 14.2: Visible Motion Blur: A Perceptual Metric for Display Motion Blur (pages 184–187)

      Andrew B. Watson and Albert J. Ahumada Jr.

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500365

    3. 14.3: Reserved Highlight Region for HDR and Megacontrast Display Algorithms (pages 188–191)

      Scott Daly, Laurence Meylan and Louis Kerofsky

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500381

    4. 14.4: Contrast Requirements for OLEDs and LCDs Based on Human Eye Glare (pages 192–194)

      Erno H. A. Langendijk and Martin Hammer

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500395

  13. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 15.1: Optically Rewritable LiquidCrystal Technology: A New Green EPaper Approach (pages 195–198)

      Vladimir Chigrinov, Anatoli Murauski, Qiang Yu and Hoi Sing Kwok

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500403

    2. 15.2: Bistable D3 Electrowetting Display Products and Applications (pages 199–202)

      Juergen Rawert, Dieter Jerosch, Karlheinz Blankenbach and Frank Bartels

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500404

    3. 15.3: Optical Optimization of the SinglePolarizer BiNem Display for eReading Applications (pages 203–206)

      Jesper Osterman, Louise Madsen, Jacques Angeleé, François Leblanc, Terry Scheffer and Robert Nordström

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500406

  14. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 16.1: Prototyping of GlassesFree TableStyle 3D Display for Tabletop Tasks (pages 211–214)

      Shunsuke Yoshida, Sumio Yano and Hiroshi Ando

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500408

    2. 16.2: Backlight for ViewSequential Autostereo 3D (pages 215–217)

      Adrian Travis, Neil Emerton, Tim Large, Steven Bathiche and Bernie Rihn

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500409

    3. 16.4: The Optics of an Autostereoscopic Multiview Display (pages 222–225)

      Eero Willman, H. Baghsiahi, F. A. Fernaández, D. R. Selviah, S. E. Day, V. C. Kishore, E. Erden, H. Urey and P. A. Surman

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500412

  15. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 17.1: Novel Patterning Process for Mask Reduction (pages 230–233)

      Joon-Young Yang, Jung-II Lee, Myung-Soo Yang, Yong-Ki Hwang and In-Jae Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500414

    2. 17.2: A Novel Five-PhotoMask LTPS CMOS Structure with Improved Storage Capacitor for AMLCD Application (pages 234–237)

      Kum-Mi Oh, Seok-Woo Lee, Sang-Jin Lee, Myoung-Kee Baek, Kyung-Eon Lee, Myoung-Su Yang and Yong-Kee Hwang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500415

    3. 17.4L: LateNews Paper: Contact Resistance and Process Integration Effects on HighPerformance Oxide TFTs with SolutionDeposited Semiconductor and Gate Dielectric Layers (pages 241–244)

      Jaeseok Heo, Junghan Kim, Seungchan Choi, KwonShik Park, ChangDong Kim, Yong Kee Hwang, InJae Chung, Stephen T. Meyers, Jeremy T. Anderson, Benjamin C. Clark, Michael Greer, Kai Jiang, Andrew Grenville and Douglas A. Keszler

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500417

  16. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 18.1: Invited Paper: Oxide TFT Driving Transparent AMOLED (pages 245–248)

      SangHee Ko Park, Minki Ryu, Shinhyuk Yang, Chunwon Byun, ChiSun Hwang, Kyoung Ik Cho, Woo-Bin Im, Young-Eun Kim, Tae-Su Kim, Young-Bo Ha and Kyoung-Bea Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500418

    2. 18.2: 20.7inch QSXGA White and Black Medical Display Employing White OLED (pages 249–252)

      Hong-Seok Choi, Chang-Wook Han, Changje Sung, Hwa Kyung Kim, Jae Man Lee, Jun Jung Kim, Sangho Yu, Soon Jae Hwang, Soon Kwang Hong, Bum Sik Kim, Nam Yang Lee and Byung Chul Ahn

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500419

    3. 18.3: Low Power 3.4inch Quarter High Definition OLED Display Using InGaZnOxide TFTs and White Tandem OLED (pages 253–256)

      Hiroyuki Miyake, Hideaki Shishido, Miyuki Sasaki, Hiroki Ohara, Hiromi Nowatari, Takahiro Ushikubo, Satoshi Seo, Jun Koyama, Shunpei Yamazaki, Yoshiaki Oikawa, Hotaka Maruyama and Masayuki Sakakura

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500422

    4. 18.4: A New Seamless Foldable OLED Display Composed of Multi Display Panels (pages 257–260)

      HongShik Shim, InSeo Kee, SunKook Kim, YoungTea Chun, HyukJun Kwon, YongWan Jin, SangYoon Lee, DongWon Han, JinHo Kwack, DongHun Kang, HaeKwan Seo, MyoungSeop Song, MyungHo Lee and SungChul Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500423

    5. 18.5: Efficient Tandem White OLED Devices for Medical Display Applications (pages 261–264)

      Changwoong Chu*, Sungsoo Lee, Gwan Hyoung Lee, YoungShin Lee, Jaekook Ha, JuHyeon Lee and Byounghee Park

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500424

  17. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 19.1: The Most PowerEfficient 11.6” Full HD LCD Using PenTile Technology for Notebook Application (pages 265–268)

      Bong Hyun You, Jae Sung Bae, Jai Hyun Koh, Dong Won Park, Heen Dol Kim, Kook Hwan Ahn, JiSun Kim, Seong Young Lee, SukWon Jung, Yun Jae Kim, Sung Tae Shin, SeokJin Han, Anthony Botzas, Sarah Hwang, Larissa Pan, MoonHwan Im and Candice Brown Elliott

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500425

    2. 19.2: Adaptive Luminance and Saturation Control for RGBW OLED Displays (pages 269–272)

      Michael E. Miller and Joseph M. Basile

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500426

    3. 19.4: Color Management Technologies on WideGamut Display Devices with MultiPrimary Colors (pages 277–280)

      Akiko Yoshida, Masatsugu Teragawa, Xiaomang Zhang, Kazunari Tomizawa, Yuichi Yoshida and Yasuhiro Yoshida

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500429

    4. 19.5L: LateNews Paper: A New Advantage of MultiPrimaryColor Displays (pages 281–282)

      Kazuyoshi Yoshiyama, Hiroyuki Furukawa, Naoko Kondo, Shinji Nakagawa and Yasuhiro Yoshida

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500430

  18. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 20.1: SingleSubstrate Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Display by InkJet Printing Liquid PIPS Solution (pages 283–285)

      Chen-Chun Hsu, Jhih-Ping Lu, Fu-Kang Chen, Yu-Chun Lin, Yuh-Zheng Lee, ChiaRong Hsieh, ShuMei Chang, Shih-Hong Jhuang and TsungHsien Lin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500431

    2. 20.2: Full Color Flexible Cholesteric Display on Single Substrate (pages 286–288)

      BurmYoung Lee, SeoKyu Park, HeeSuck Cho, KwangNyun Kim, JiHoon Lee* and SoonBum Kwon

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500432

    3. 20.3: Full Color Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Display with High Color Performance (pages 289–292)

      Kuan-Ting Chen, Yuan-Chang Liao, Jen-Chieh Yang, JyhWen Shiu, Yi-Shou Tsai, Kuan-Wei Wu, Chih-Jen Chen, Chien-Chih Hsu, Cheng-Chung Wu, WenChih Chen and Chih-Lung Chin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500433

    4. 20.4: The Scattering Profile of Polymer Stabilized Cholesteric Texture Displays (pages 293–296)

      Shawn Hurley, DengKe Yang and Chris Mullin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500435

  19. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 21.1: Invited Paper: FullColor Quantum Dot Display (pages 297–300)

      Byoung Lyong Choi, TaeHo Kim, KyungSang Cho, Eun Kyung Lee, Sang Jin Lee, Jong Min Kim, Jung Woo Kim, Do Hwan Kim and Sang Yoon Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500436

    2. 21.2: Fabrication and Properties of Planar-gate-type Triode with CNTs Emitters for Backlight Unit (pages 301–303)

      Yong-Ai Zhang, Yun Ye, Jin-Yang Lin, Yu-Xiang You, Jie Zhang and Tai-Liang Guo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500437

    3. 21.3: Controllable Nano-Scale Fissure Formation with a Special Conductive Film Structure in Surface-Conduction Electron-Emitter Device (pages 304–306)

      Sheng-Li Wu, Ling-Guo Zhao, Si-Liang Xiong, Jin-Tao Zhang, Wen-Bo Hu and Xiao-Ning Zhang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500438

    4. 21.4: Distinguished Student Paper: Switching of Carbon Nanotubes Emitters with Integrated MOSFET (pages 307–310)

      Na Young Bae, Je Hwang Ryu, Hye Mi Oh, Eun Hye Lee, Woo Mi Bae, An Na Ha, Jin Jang and Kyu Chang Park

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500440

  20. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 22.1: Low Power Driving Scheme for High Frame Rate LCD TVs (pages 311–314)

      Hyoungsik Nam, Min-Kyu Park, Ah-Reum Kim and Nam Deog Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500441

    2. 22.3: Quantified Evaluation for Clipping Artifact of Local Dimming in LCDs (pages 315–318)

      Hanfeng Chen, Tae Hyeun Ha, Jun Ho Sung, Hyung Rae Kim, Baik Hee Han and Yoon Soon Ahn

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500442

    3. 22.4: In-Cell Multiple Ambient Light Sensor (ALSs) LCD Integration Using Si-based Photonic Sensor by a-Si TFT Technology (pages 319–322)

      An-Thung Cho, Hung-Wei Tseng, Min-Wei Sun, Shin-Shueh Chen, Ming-Hsien Lee, Yu-Hua Wu, Wan-Yi Liu, Chia-Tien Peng, Chung-Hong Kuo, Jim-Shone Chen, Chun-Huai Li, Chi-Mao Hung and Wei-Ming Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500444

  21. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 23.1: Viewing Angle and Imaging Polarization Analysis of Polarization Based Stereoscopic 3D Displays (pages 323–326)

      Pierre Boher, Thierry Leroux, Véronique Collomb-Patton, Thibault Bignon and David Glinel

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500445

    2. 23.2: Optical Performance Analysis Method of Auto-stereoscopic 3D Displays (pages 327–330)

      Jooyoung Lee, Jongseo Lee, Soolin Kim, Jungsuk Han, Taejong Jun and Sungtae Shin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500446

    3. 23.3: Characterization of 3D Image Quality on Autostereoscopic Displays — Proposal of Interocular 3D Purity — (pages 331–334)

      Tsutomu Horikoshi, Shin-ichi Uehara, Takafumi Koike, Chiaki Kato, Kazuki Taira, Goro Hamagishi, Ken Mashitani, Toshio Nomura, Akimasa Yuuki, Naoko Watanabe, Yuzo Hisatake and Hiroyasu Ujike

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500448

    4. 23.4: Qualified Viewing Spaces for Near-to-Eye and Autostereoscopic Displays (pages 335–338)

      Toni Järvenpää, Marja Salmimaa and Tapani Levola

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500449

  22. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 24.1: A Vertical Common Electrodes Structure for High Aperture Ratio and Stable IPS Mode TFT-LCD (pages 339–342)

      Jae Young Oh, Dong Su Shin, Jae Kyun Lee, Joon-Young Yang, Myung-Soo Yang, Yong-Ki Hwang and In-Jae Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500450

    2. 24.2: The IPS-Mode Panel for High-Speed Driving (pages 343–345)

      Young-Mi Tak, Sun-Ik Park, Do-Sung Shin, Chi-Young Kim, Jae-Hun Yang, Sung-Su Yoo, Dae-Hun Kim, Jeom-Jae Kim, Chang-Ho Oh and Yong-Kee Hwang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500451

    3. 24.3L: Late-News Paper: In-Cell Capacitance Touch-Panel with Improved Sensitivity (pages 346–349)

      Chris Brown, Kazutoshi Kida, Shinji Yamagishi and Hiromi Kato

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500453

  23. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 25.2: Invited Paper: Concepts for Highly Efficient White OLEDs (pages 353–356)

      Sebastian Reineke, Thomas C. Rosenow, G. Schwartz, Björn Lüssem and Karl Leo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500455

    2. 25.3: The High Performance Scalable Display with Passive OLEDs (pages 357–360)

      Zenichiro Hara, Kazuya Maeshima, Nobuo Terazaki, Satoru Kiridoshi, Tetsuyuki Kurata, Takanori Okumura, Yoshiyuki Suehiro and Toshinao Yuki

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500456

    3. 25.4: High-Brightness Large-Area White OLED Fabricated by Meniscus Printing Process (pages 361–364)

      Haruhi Oh-oka, Yasushi Shinjo, Tomoaki Sawabe, Tomoko Sugizaki, Akio Amano, Tomio Ono, Keiji Sugi, Isao Takasu, Yukitami Mizuno, Jiro Yoshida, Shintaro Enomoto, Akiko Hirao and Isao Amemiya

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500459

  24. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 26.3: High Integration and Functionality Controller for Active Matrix Electrophoretic Display (pages 374–378)

      Lu Chi-Ming, Chen Hung-Hsiang, Liao Jhen-Shen, Weng Ming-Chi, Chu Yi-Nan, Tseng Wen-Tse and Yu Hong-Tien

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500461

    2. 26.4: Invited Paper: ID Document Technologies with Bendable AMOLED Displays (pages 379–382)

      Joerg Fischer, Markus Tietke, Frank Fritze, Oliver Muth, Manfred Paeschke, DongWon Han, JinHo Kwack, TaeJin Kim, JongHyuk Lee, SungChul Kim and HoKyoon Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500462

  25. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 27.1: Invited Paper: New Results in Field-Sequential Analog FLCDs Fabricated by Ink-Jet Printing (pages 383–386)

      Masato Okabe, Naoko Sawatari, Makoto Ishikawa, Ryo Harada and Naoki Sasou

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500464

    2. 27.2: Fast Photo-Aligned V-shape Ferroelectric LCD Based on DHF Mode (pages 387–390)

      Evgeny Pozhidaev and Vladimir Chigrinov

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500466

    3. 27.4L: Late-News Paper: A New Mode LCD with Intrinsic Continuous Grayscale Memory Using Ferroelectric Liquid Crystalline Polymer (pages 394–396)

      Osamu Sato, Dong-Uk Cho, Isao Adachi, Katsuyoshi Hiraki, Kento Okoshi, Masatoshi Tokita and Junji Watanabe

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500469

  26. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 28.2: Reduction of Temporal Image Sticking Phenomenon by Using a High-Purity Single-Crystal MgO in Plasma Display (pages 401–404)

      Soon-Bae Kim, Sung-Hyun Lim, Joo-Hee Lee, Hye-Jung Lee, Sung-Hune Yoo, Min-Jae Kim, Jung-Hun Lee, Shinochiro Nagano, Tae-Seung Cho, Suk-Ki Kim and Yung-Jun Park

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500472

  27. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 29.2: Power-Saving: A New Advantage of Multi-Primary Color Displays Derived by Numerical Analysis (pages 416–419)

      Kazuyoshi Yoshiyama, Masatsugu Teragawa, Akiko Yoshida, Kazunari Tomizawa, Kohzoh Nakamura, Yasuhiro Yoshida, Yoichi Yamamoto and Noboru Ohta

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500476

    2. 29.3: RGBW 4-in-1 LEDs for Backlight System for Ultra-Low Power Consumption Field-Sequential-Color LCDs (pages 420–423)

      Chi-Chu Tsai, Fang-Cheng Lin, Yi-Pai Huang and Han-Ping D. Shieh

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500479

  28. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 30.1: Fast Switching Fresnel Liquid Crystal Lens for Autostereoscopic 2D/3D Display (pages 428–431)

      Chih-Wei Chen, Yi-Ching Huang, Yi-Pai Huang and Jih-Fon Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500483

    2. 30.2: Autostereoscopic 2-D/3-D Display Using a Liquid Crystal Lens (pages 432–435)

      Sheng-Chi Liu, Jei-Feng Tu, Chao-Cyun Gong and Che-Wei Chang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500484

    3. 30.3: Autostereoscopic Partial 2-D/3-D Switchable Display Using Liquid-Crystal Gradient Index Lens (pages 436–439)

      Ayako Takagi, Tatsuo Saishu, Masako Kashiwagi, Kazuki Taira and Yuzo Hirayama

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500485

    4. 30.4: 2D/3D Hybrid System for Digital Signage Application (pages 440–443)

      Chih-Hong Ding, Ching-Yi Hsu, Hung-En Lin, Yi-Pai Huang, Fung-Hsu Wu, Chen-You Chen and Hsin-Han Hsu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500487

  29. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 31.2: Ultra-Thin High-Transparency Projective Capacitive Touch Sensing Film (pages 449–452)

      Chen-Pang Kung, Guo-Ren Hu, Yu-Jen Chen, Chan-Jui Liu, Cheng-Ju Tsai, Ming-Hsi Wang, Pi-Hsien Wang, Jia-Chong Ho and Cheng-Chung Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500489

    2. 31.3: A System LCD with Integrated 3-Dimensional Input Device (pages 453–456)

      Chris Brown, David Montgomery, Jean-Luc Castagner, Hiromi Kato and Yuuichi Kanbayashi

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500490

    3. 31.4: Invited Paper: Specifying and Characterizing Tactile Performance for Multi-Touch Panels: Toward a User-Centric Metrology (pages 457–460)

      Guillaume Largillier, Pascal Joguet, Cyril Recoquillon, Pascal Auriel, Axel Bailey, Jim Meador, Julien Olivier and Gauthier Chastan

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500491

  30. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 32.1: Invited Paper: Plexcore®OC for HIL Applications in OLED Lighting and Display (pages 461–464)

      Christopher T. Brown, Venkataramanan Seshadri, Mathew Mathai, Brian Woodworth and Darin Laird

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500492

    2. 32.2: Electron Transporters Based on Lithium Complexes: Transition from Electron Injecting to Electron Transporting Characteristics (pages 465–468)

      Poopathy Kathirgamanathan, Vincent Arkley, Sivagnanasundram Surendrakumar, Yun F. Chan, Seenivasagam Ravichandran, Subramaniam Ganeshamurugan, Muttulingam Kumaraverl, Juan Antipan-Lara, Gnanamolly Paramaswara and Vanga R. Reddy

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500493

    3. 32.3: Advanced Materials for Printed OLED Displays (pages 469–472)

      Norman Herron and Weiying Gao

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500494

    4. 32.4: Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diodes for Full-color Active-matrix Displays (pages 473–476)

      Peter T. Kazlas, Zhaoqun Zhou, Matthew Stevenson, Yuhua Niu, Craig Breen, Sang-Jin Kim, Jonathan S. Stecket, Seth Coe-Sullivan and John Ritter

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500495

  31. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 33.2: Large Size full-color eReader Displays Based on Electrowetting (pages 480–483)

      Johan Feenstra, Ivar Schram, Mick Evans, Paul Vermeulen, Chiara Cometti, Mark Van Weert, Martin Ferket, Romaric Massard, Jurrien Mans and Toru Sakai

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500499

    2. 33.3: Flexible Electrofluidic Displays Using Brilliantly Colored Pigments (pages 484–486)

      Kaichang Zhou, Kenneth A. Dean and Jason Heikenfeld

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500500

  32. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 34.1: Realization of True Black Quality in In-plane Switching Mode for LCD TV Applications (pages 487–490)

      Kyeong-Jin Kim, Tae-Rim Lee, Hyeon-Ho Son, Dong-Kyu Kim, Ji-Ho Baek, Jin-Ho Kim and Mike Jun

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500501

    2. 34.4: A Single Cell Gap Transflective LCD with Dual Common Electrodes and Coupling Capacitance (pages 499–502)

      Chih-Lung Lin, Jui-Chieh Hsiang, Yung-Hsun Wu and Chiu-Lien Yang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500505

  33. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 35.2: Invited Paper: A Consideration of Excitation and De-excitation Process of MgO Protective Layer (pages 507–510)

      Hiroshi Kajiyama, Noriyuki Awaji, Kazuma Suesada and Harm Tolner

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500508

    2. 35.3: Exo-electron Measurements in AC-PDPs with Exposed Address-Electrode Structure (pages 511–514)

      Noriyuki Awaji, Harm Tolner, Lingguo Zhao, Jue Jiang and Hiroshi Kajiyama

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500510

    3. 35.4: Temperature Dependence of Exo-electron Emission for AC PDP (pages 515–517)

      Sang-Hoon Yoon, Yawei Kuang and Yong-Seog Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500511

  34. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 37.1: Invited Paper: 3D Technology Development and Human Factor (pages 518–521)

      Chao-Yuan Chen, Yu-Chieh Chen, Chin-Hsuan Dai, Pei-Chuan Yeh, Chih-Ho Chiu, Jenn-Jia Su, Te-Sheng Chen, Sugiura Norio, Wei-Lung Liau and Alan Lien

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500512

    2. 37.2: New Methodology for Evaluating Quality of Stereoscopic Images (pages 522–525)

      Wouter D'Oosterlinck, Cédric Marchessoux and Tom Bert

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500514

    3. 37.3: The Impact of Barrel Distortion on Perception of Stereoscopic Scenes (pages 526–529)

      Lachlan Pockett, Marja Salmimaa, Monika Pölönen and Jukka Häkkinen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500515

    4. 37.4: Accommodation Response in Viewing Integral Imaging (pages 530–532)

      Youngmin Kim, Jae-Hyun Jung, Keehoon Hong, Gilbae Park and Byoungho Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500516

  35. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 38.2: Direct Display Interaction via Simultaneous Pen + Multi-touch Input (pages 537–540)

      Ken Hinckley, Michel Pahud and Bill Buxton

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500518

    2. 38.3: The Structure and Driving Method of Multi-Touch Resistive Touch Panel (pages 541–543)

      Wen-Chun Wang, Ting-Yu Chang, Kuo-Chang Su, Ching-Fu Hsu and Chih-Chang Lai

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500519

    3. 38.4: Invited Paper: In-Cell Embedded Touch Screen Technology for Large Size LCD Applications (pages 544–547)

      Seiki Takahashi, Duc Han Cho, Hoi-Sik Moon and Nam Deog Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500520

  36. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 39.2: Efficient Single-Layer Small Molecule Blue OLEDs Based on a Multifunctional Bipolar Transport Material (pages 552–555)

      Meng-Huan Ho, Meng-Yu Liu, Kuan-Heng Lin, Chin H. Chen and Ching W. Tang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500525

    2. 39.3: Material and Device Structure Design of Blue Phosphorescent OLEDs for High Efficiency and Enhanced Stability (pages 556–559)

      Wataru Sotoyama, Tasuku Satoh, Masaru Kinoshita, Manabu Tobise, Kouji Kawato, Toshihiro Ise, Hiroo Takizawa and Seiji Yamashita

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500527

    3. 39.4: Highly Efficient Fluorescent Blue OLEDs with Efficiency-enhancement Layer (pages 560–563)

      Masahiro Kawamura, Yuichiro Kawamura, Yumiko Mizuki, Masakazu Funahashi, Hitoshi Kuma and Chishio Hosokawa

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500528

  37. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 40.1: Invited Paper: Dyed Polymeric Microparticles for Colour Rendering in Electrophoretic Displays (pages 564–567)

      Mark Goulding, Louise Farrand, Ashley Smith, Nils Greinert, Henry Wilson, Claire Topping, Roger Kemp, Emily Markham, Mark James, Johannes Canisius, Dan Walker, Richard Vidal, Sihame Khoukh, Seung-Eun Lee and Hee-Kyu Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500529

    2. 40.2: Application and Effects of Orientation Control Technology in Electronic Paper Using Cholesteric Liquid Crystals (pages 568–571)

      Takuto Kato, Yoshihisa Kurosaki, Yoshinori Kiyota, Jyunji Tomita and Toshiaki Yoshihara

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500530

    3. 40.3: 4.8 inch QVGA Color Reflective AM-PDLCD Driven by Printed OFETs (pages 572–574)

      Joo-Young Kim, Byonggwon Song, Do Hwan Kim, Byung Wook Yoo, Jiyoul Lee, Yunjeong Yi, Hyuk-Jun Kwon, Myoung Hoon Jung, Jaeeun Jang, Jaeeun Jung, Bang-Lin Lee, Jeong-il Park, Bonwon Koo, Yong Wan Jin, Sang-Yoon Lee and Jungwoo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500531

    4. 40.4: The Research of Various Mode Color PDLC Structures for Flexible Reflective Display (pages 575–578)

      Jae Eun Jang, Gae Hwang Lee, Kyu Young Hwang, Byung Gon Song, Jung Woo Kim, Yong Wan Jin, Sang Yun Lee, Jae Eun Jung, Jin Woo Lee and Young Jae Jeon

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500532

  38. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 41.1: Distinguished Paper: The World's First Photo Alignment LCD Technology Applied to Generation Ten Factory (pages 579–582)

      Koichi Miyachi, Kazuki Kobayashi, Yuichiro Yamada and Shigeaki Mizushima

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500533

    2. 41.2: The Use of Fluorinated Alignment Layers to Reduce Image Retention in Liquid Crystal Displays (pages 583–586)

      Lu Lu, Yi Huang, Ke Zhang, Robert Twieg, Philip Bos, Brian Auman and Achintya Bhowmik

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500534

    3. 41.4: Discontinuous Alignment Thin-Film Formation by Self-Organized Dewetting (pages 591–594)

      Chung-Yung Lee, Man-Chun Tseng, Yuet-Wing Li and Hoi-Sing Kwok

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500537

    4. 41.5L: Late-News Paper: Novel Field-induced Pre-tilt Alignment Technique Using a Photo-reactive Alignment Layer for VA LCD (pages 595–598)

      Shunichi Suwa, Tadaaki Isozaki, Yuichi Inoue, Masahiko Nakamura, Masashi Miyakawa and Tetsuo Urabe

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500538

  39. SESSION 42: PDP TV

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 42.1: Invited Paper: Development of High-Performance Panel and High-Speed 3D Driving Technology for World's First Full HD 3D Plasma Displays (pages 599–602)

      Mitsuhiro Ishizuka, Hiroyuki Tachibana, Toru Kawase, Masanori Kimura, Yuya Shiozaki, Takahiro Origuchi, Hidehiko Shoji, Shigeo Kigo and Yasuaki Muto

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500539

    2. 42.2: Using the Selective-Reset to Achieve a “Real Black” with 50-in. Full HD PDPs (pages 603–606)

      DaeHun Kim, TaeHyung Kim, SeongHak Moon and SungTae Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500541

    3. 42.3: New Cell Structure with Priming Cells and Driving Method for High Speed Addressing in AC-PDPs (pages 607–610)

      Hiroyuki Tachibana, Morio Fujitani, Naoki Kosugi, Keisuke Sumida and Ryuichi Murai

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500542

    4. 42.4: Effect of Carbon Nanotubes in a PDP Back Plate on Addressing Discharge Time Lag (pages 611–614)

      Mitsuhiro Murata, Yasuyuki Noguchi, Ryuichi Murai, Masatoshi Kitagawa, Qun Yan and Benjamin L. Ballard

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500543

  40. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 43.1: A Novel Multi-level Memory in Pixel Technology for Ultra Low Power LTPS TFT-LCD (pages 615–618)

      Naoki Ueda, Yasuyuki Ogawa, Kohei Tanaka, Yoshimitsu Yamauchi and Keiichi Yamamoto

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500544

    2. 43.2: New Driving Method for Low Logic Power Consumption in TFT-LCDs (pages 619–621)

      Sai Chang Yun, Chang Deok Lee, You Sung Nam, Seung Ho Heo, Yong Hwa Park, Dae Seok Oh, Byeong Seong So and Jong Keun Shin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500545

    3. 43.3: Power Efficient AMOLED Display with Novel Four Sub-Pixel Architecture and Driving Scheme (pages 622–625)

      Woo-Young So, Peter A. Levermore, Vadim I. Adamovich, Kamala Rajan, Michael S. Weaver, Ruiqing Ma, Mike Hack, Julie J. Brown, Moon Hyo Kang, Hyo Jun Kim, Ji Ho Hur, Jae Won Choi, Jae Ik Kim, Jin Jang, Gunshik Kim, Junsik Oh and Han Yong Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500546

    4. 43.4: Low Power LC Display Using In-Ga-Zn-Oxide TFTs Based on Variable Frame Frequency (pages 626–629)

      Seiko Amano, Hikaru Harada, Kengo Akimoto, Junichiro Sakata, Takeshi Nishi, Koji Moriya, Kenichi Wakimoto, Jun Koyama, Shunpei Yamazaki, Yoshiaki Oikawa, Terumasa Ikeyama and Masayuki Sakakura

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500548

  41. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 44.1: Volumetric Display using Scanned Fiber Array (pages 653–656)

      Brian T. Schowengerdt, Mrinal Murari and Eric J. Seibel

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500550

    2. 44.2: An Analysis of Image Uniformity of Three-dimensional Image Based on Rotating LED Array Volumetric Display System (pages 657–660)

      Jiang Wu, Caijie Yan, Xinxing Xia, Jia Hou, Haifeng Li, Xu Liu and Wenting Zheng

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500551

    3. 44.3: Characterization of Motion Parallax on Multi-view/Integral-imaging Displays (pages 661–664)

      Shin-ichi Uehara, Tsutomu Horikoshi, Chiaki Kato, Takafumi Koike, Goro Hamagishi, Ken Mashitani, Toshio Nomura, Kazuki Taira, Akimasa Yuuki, Naoaki Umezu, Naoko Watanabe, Yuzo Hisatake and Hiroyasu Ujike

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500552

    4. 44.4: Invited Paper: A Novel Stereo Display that Presents Nearly Correct Focus Cues (pages 665–668)

      Martin S. Banks, Gordon D. Love, David M. Hoffman, Takashi Shibata and Joohwan Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500554

  42. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 45.1: Touch Panel Embedded IPS-LCD with Parasitic Current Reduction Technique (pages 669–672)

      Hiroshi Haga, Jiro Yanase, Youichiro Kamon, Kenichi Takatori, Hideki Asada and Setsuo Kaneko

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500555

    2. 45.2: Distinguished Paper: Novel LCD Display with a Sensible Backlight (pages 673–676)

      Kwonju Yi, Changkyu Choi, Sungjoo Suh, Byungln Yoo, Jae-Joon Han, Dusik Park and Changyeong Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500557

    3. 45.3: On-cell Projected Capacitive Type Touch Sensor for NBPC (pages 677–679)

      Sang-Soo Hwang, Sang Hyuck Bae, So-Haeng Cho, Hee-Kwang Kang, Deuk Su Lee, Jong Keun Shin and In Jae Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500558

    4. 45.5: A System LCD with Optical Input Function using Infra-Red Backlight Subtraction Scheme (pages 680–683)

      Kohei Tanaka, Hiromi Kato, Yasuhiro Sugita, Naru Usukura, Hidetsugu Kawamori, Kazuhiro Maeda and Yasushi Kubota

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500559

  43. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 46.1: New Concept for Large Area White OLED Production for Lighting (pages 688–691)

      Uwe Hoffmann, Heike Landgraf, Manuel Campo, Juergen Bruch, Stefan Keller and Michael Koenig

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500561

    2. 46.3: OLED Manufacturing System Equipped by Planar Evaporation Source (pages 695–698)

      Eishi Fujimoto, Hiroyuki Daiku, Kenji Kamikawa, Emiko Fujimoto and Yuji Matsumoto

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500563

    3. 46.4: Up-Scaling of OLED Manufacturing for Lighting Applications (pages 699–702)

      Michael Eritt, Michael Toerker, Matthias Jahnel, Christian May and Karl Leo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500564

  44. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 47.1: Invited Paper: Highly Robust Flexible AMOLED Display on Plastic Substrate with New Structure (pages 703–705)

      Dong-Un Jin, Tae-Woong Kim, Hyun-Woo Koo, Denis Stryakhilev, Hyung-Sik Kim, Sang-Joon Seo, Moo-Jin Kim, Hoon-Kee Min, Ho-Kyoon Chung and Sang-Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500565

    2. 47.2: 2.8-inch WQVGA Flexible AMOLED Using High Performance Low Temperature Polysilicon TFT on Plastic Substrates (pages 706–709)

      Sungguk An, Jaeseob Lee, Younggu Kim, Taewoong Kim, Dongun Jin, Hoonkee Min, Hokyoon Chung and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500566

    3. 47.3: A Rollable AM-OLED Display Driven by OTFTs (pages 710–713)

      Makoto Noda, Norihito Kobayashi, Mao Katsuhara, Akira Yumoto, Shin-ichi Ushikura, Ryo-ichi Yasuda, Nobukazu Hirai, Gen Yukawa, Iwao Yagi, Kazumasa Nomoto and Tetsuo Urabe

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500568

    4. 47.4: Thin, Flexible, Full-Color, Large-Area OLED Displays Using Tiles (pages 714–717)

      John W. Hamer, Ronald S. Cok, Andy D. Arnold, Tukaram K. Hatwar and Jeffrey P. Spindler

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500569

  45. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 48.1: Advanced Liquid-Crystal Materials for the Polymer-Sustained Vertically Aligned (PS-VA) Mode (pages 718–720)

      Achim Goetz, Andreas Taugerbeck, Georg Bernatz and Kazuaki Tarumi

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500570

    2. 48.2: Advanced VA Mode with Fast Gray Scale Response and Wide Viewing Angle in a Bend Liquid Crystal Configuration (pages 721–724)

      Takehisa Sakurai, Mitsuhiro Murata, Toshihiro Matsumoto, Tadashi Ohtake, Shoichi Ishihara, Shuichi Kozaki, Katsuhiko Morishita, Tsuyoshi Okazaki, Takehiko Sakai and Yoshiharu Kataoka

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500571

    3. 48.3: Distinguished Paper: A Novel Hole Induced Vertical Alignment LC Mode with Superior Transmittance (pages 725–727)

      Y. K. Jang, S. J. Lee, J. Y. Lee, Y. Li, J. H. Hwang, S. W. Kim, C. W. Shim, J. Y. Seo, N. J. Kim, Y. J. Ahn, N. H. Kim, S. H. Ahn, S. Y. Lee, D. H. Park and C. W. Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500572

    4. 48.4: Advanced-Super-View Pixel Modeling (pages 728–731)

      Richard James, Eero Willman, Nicholas Harley, Sally E. Day and F. Aníbal Ferńndez

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500573

  46. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 49.2: Effects of Sealing Atmosphere on Protective Layers in AC PDP (pages 735–738)

      Min-Suk Lee, Joong-Ho Moon, Yury Matulevich, Won Chel Choi and Eun Gi Heo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500575

    2. 49.3: Discharge Characteristics of PDPs with the Ternary Oxides Protective Layers Manufactured by Using All-In-Vacuum Process (pages 739–741)

      Takanobu Yano, Kazuya Uchida, Giichiro Uchida, Tsutae Shinoda and Hiroshi Kajiyama

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500576

    3. 49.4: Photon and Electron Excitation Characteristics of MgO Submicron Crystals Made From Precursors (pages 742–745)

      Qing Li, Harm Tolner, Wen Pan, Ninghui Wang, Qiyue Shao, Minxia Wu and Jie Liu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500577

  47. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 50.2: Mura Detection Automation in LCD Panels by Thresholding Fused Normalized Gradient and Second Derivative Responses (pages 746–749)

      Hani Jamleh, Tsung-Yu Li, Shen-Zhi Wang, Chien-Wen Chen, Chia- Chia Kuo, Ko-Shun Wang and Charlie Chung-Ping Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500578

    2. 50.3: Proposai of Evaluation Method for Local-Dimming Backlights (pages 750–753)

      Hideki Ichioka, Katsuya Otoi, Kohji Fujiwara, Katsuteru Hashimoto, Hirofumi Murakami and Tomohiko Yamamoto

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500580

    3. 50.4: Method to Measure Perceptual Resolution of Moving Picture Display (pages 754–757)

      Jong-Ho Chong, Sang-Ho Kim, Dong-Wook Choi, Jae-Woo Bae, Seung-Bae Lee and Sang-Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500581

  48. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 51.1: Novel Simultaneous Emission Driving Scheme for Crosstalk-free 3D AMOLED TV (pages 758–761)

      Baek-woon Lee, In-hwan Ji, Sang-myeon Han, Si-duk Sung, Kwang-sub Shin, Jang Doo Lee, Byung Hee Kim, Brian H. Berkeley and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500582

    2. 51.2: New 240Hz Driving Method for Full HD & High Quality 3D LCD TV (pages 762–765)

      Dae-Sik Kim, Sang-Moo Park, Jong-Hoon Jung and Dong-Choon Hwang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500583

    3. 51.3: An Ultra-Low-Cost 2-D/3-D Video-Conversion System (pages 766–769)

      Chao-Chung Cheng, Chung-Te Li and Liang-Gee Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500584

    4. 51.4: 3D Video Framework Design for FVV Realization (pages 770–773)

      Ruixing Yang, Lachlan Pockett and Jari Nurmi

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500585

  49. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 52.1: Invited Paper: Highly Efficient White Top-Emission PIN OLEDs for Display and Lighting (pages 774–777)

      Jan Birnstock, Tobias W. Canzler, Michael Hofmann, Qiang Huang and Tilmann Romainczyk

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500586

    2. 52.2: Hybrid Tandem White OLEDs with High Efficiency and Long Life-time for AMOLED Displays and Solid-State Lighting (pages 778–781)

      Tukaram K. Hatwar, Jeffrey P. Spindler, Marina Kondakova, David Giesen, Joseph Deaton and J. Ramon Vargas

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500587

    3. 52.3: OLEDs for Lighting Applications (pages 782–785)

      Peter Loebl, Volker Van Elsbergen, Herbert Boerner, Claudia Goldmann, Stefan Grabowski and Dietrich Bertram

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500589

    4. 52.4: Highly Efficient Phosphorescent OLED Lighting Panels for Solid State Lighting (pages 786–789)

      Peter A. Levermore, Vadim Adamovich, Kamala Rajan, Walt Yeager, Chun Lin, Sean Xia, Gregg S. Kottas, Michael S. Weaver, Raymond Kwong, Ruiqing Ma, Mike Hack and Julie J. Brown

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500590

  50. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 53.2: 30″ AMOLED Based on Sequential Lateral Solidification Process (pages 794–797)

      Jae Beom Choi, Won-Kyu Lee, Young Jin Chang, Jae Hwan Oh, Seong Hyun Jin, Cheol Ho Park, Byoung Kwon Choo, In-Do Chung, Kwon-Hyung Lee, Hyun Bin Hwang, Yong Soo Lee, Hye Dong Kim and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500592

    2. 53.3: Redundant Pixel Line Insertion for Laser Crystallization Based Large Size LTPS AMOLED Displays (pages 798–801)

      Sang-moo Choi, Chul-kyu Kang, Sung-won Chung, Moo-jin Kim, Mu-hyun Kim, Keum-nam Kim and Byung-hee Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500593

    3. 53.4: Off-Current Control Method to Improve Random Mura of SGS AMOLED Panel (pages 802–805)

      Deok-Young Choi, Yong-Sung Park, Bo-Yong Chung, Byung-Hee Kim and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500594

    4. 53.5: High-Speed AMOLED Pixel Circuit and Driving Scheme (pages 806–809)

      Dong-Wook Park, Chul-Kyu Kang, Yongsung Park, Boyong Chung, Kyung-Hoon Chung, Byung-Hee Kim and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500595

  51. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 54.1: Invited Paper: A Novel Approach to Make Flexible Active Matrix Displays (pages 810–813)

      Cheng-Chung Lee, Yu-Yang Chang, Hua-Chi Cheng, Jia-Chong Ho and Janglin Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500597

    2. 54.2: Direct Printed Electrodes of Transparent Conductive Polymers for Flexible Electronic Papers (pages 814–817)

      Masayuki Nishii, Yoshinori Iwabuchi, Hidefumi Kotsubo, Ryo Sakurai, Yoshitomo Masuda and Reiji Hattori

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500598

    3. 54.4L: Late-News Paper: Input-Output Integrated Flexible Display System (pages 818–821)

      Hajime Yamaguchi, Tsuyoshi Hioki, Shuichi Uchikoga and Isao Amemiya

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500599

  52. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 55.1: Development of Low Haze VA Compensation TAC Film and Proposal of Compensation Film Arrangement for Improving CR in VA Panel (pages 822–825)

      Eiichiro Aminaka, Hidenori Hayashi, Hajime Nakayama, Makoto Ishiguro, Yukito Saitoh, Yoji Ito, Keiji Mihayashi, Madoka Kishima and Hideaki Tanaka

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500600

    2. 55.2: Reduction of Light Leakage by Optical Compensation Film in VA-LCDs (pages 826–829)

      Makoto Ishiguro, Megumi Sekiguchi, Yukito Saitoh, Makoto Ishihara, Keiichi Miyazaki and Keiji Mihayashi

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500601

    3. 55.3: A Novel Push-Pull VA Technology for High Performance LCD-TV (pages 830–833)

      Yanbing Qiao, Te-Chen Chung, Xia Huang, Liufei Zhou, Yu-Wen Chiu, Chia-Te Liao, Tean-Sen Jen and Dalei Zhang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500602

  53. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 56.1: Sunlight Readability of Digital Micro Shutter Based Display Technology (pages 834–837)

      Jignesh Gandhi, Je Hong Kim, Nesbitt Hagood, Lodewyk Steyn, John Fijol, Tim Brosnihan, Stephen Lewis, Gene Fike, Mark Halfman and Richard Payne

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500603

    2. 56.2: A New Reflective-type Transparent Display Using Cholesteric Liquid Crystal (pages 838–841)

      Jeongho Yeon, Joo-hyung Lee, Jun-Bo Yoon, Jinseol Park and Daeseung Kang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500604

    3. 56.3: A Charge Trapping Suppression Method for Quick Response Electrowetting Displays (pages 842–845)

      Yi-Cheng Chen, Yung-Hsiang Chiu, Wei-Yen Lee and Chao-Chiun Liang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500607

  54. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 57.1: Near-to-Eye Display using Scanning Fiber Display Engine (pages 848–851)

      Brian T. Schowengerdt, Hunter G. Hoffman, Cameron M. Lee, C. David Melville and Eric J. Seibel

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500609

    2. 57.3: Invited Paper: Head-worn Displays - Lens Design (pages 855–858)

      Jannick P. Rolland, Ilhan Kaya, Kevin P. Thompson and Ozan Cakmakci

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500612

  55. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 58.1: 3D Interactive (3D Touch) Display with Embedded Optical Sensor (pages 859–862)

      Pi-Cheng Wu, Guo-Zhen Wang, Yi-Pai Huang, Ji-Mao Hung, Chun-Huai Li, Yao-Jen Hsieh and Chun-Ting Liu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500613

    2. 58.2: Spatial-Temporal Hybrid Multi-View 3D Display (pages 863–866)

      Ching-Wen Wei, Ching-Yi Hsu and Yi-Pai Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500614

    3. 58.3: Recent Progress in Interference-filter-based Stereoscopic 3D LCD (pages 867–869)

      Arnold Simon, Marc Georg Prager, Sergej Schwarz, Markus Fritz and Helmut Jorke

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500615

    4. 58.4: Distinguished Paper: Control of Subjective Depth on 3-D Displays by a Quantified Monocular Depth Cue (pages 870–873)

      Shuichi Takahashi, Takanori Ishikawa, Yasuhide Hyodo, Isao Ohashi, Yoshihide Shimpuku, Kazuya Matsubara, Kazumichi Matsumiya and Satoshi Shioiri

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500616

    5. 58.5L: Late-News Paper: Full HD 3D Display using Stripe-patterned Quarter-wave Retarder Array and Retardation-switching Glasses (pages 874–877)

      Yoshiyuki Tamura, Masahiro Oyamada, Atsushi Yoshida, Hideki Aiba and Kazushige Ohtawara

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500617

  56. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 59.1: Invited Paper: On the Recent Progress of LED Lighting in Japan (pages 878–881)

      Kiyoshi Nishimura, Keiichi Shimizu, Yusuke Shibahara, Kazunari Higuchi, Takeshi Hisayasu and Masahiro Toda

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500618

    2. 59.2: Durable Solid State Flexible LED Devices (pages 882–885)

      Konstantinos A. Sierros, Derrick A. Banerjee, Darran R. Cairns and Rick Bozich

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500620

    3. 59.3: Phosphor Modeling for Phosphor-converted LEDs (pages 886–889)

      Chien-Hsiang Hung and Chung-Hao Tien

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500621

    4. 59.4: LED Drivers: From Displays to General Lighting (pages 890–893)

      Michael Keene, Michael Kretzmer and Graham Upton

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500622

  57. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 60.1: Invited Paper: AMLCD and AMOLEDs: How do They Compare for Green Energy Efficiency? (pages 894–897)

      Mike Hack, Michael S. Weaver, Julie J. Brown, Lee-Hsun Chang, Chih-Kang Wu and Yu-Hsin Lin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500623

    2. 60.2: Low-Power Consumptive Luminance Compensation for a Digital Driving AMOLED Display using a Multiple Output Boost Converter (pages 898–901)

      Se-Won Wang, Hanh-Phuc Le, Young-Jin Woo, Young-Sub Yuk, Jin-Hun, Tae-Hwang Kong, Jong-Pil Im, Byung-Sang Jung, Jun-Han Choi, Sung-Wan Hong, Gyu-Hyeong Cho, Ho-Min Lim, Gyu-Ha Cho and Sung-il Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500624

    3. 60.3: AMOLED Displays using Transfer-Printed Integrated Circuits (pages 902–904)

      Ronald S. Cok, John W. Hamer, Christopher A. Bower, Etienne Menard and Salvatore Bonafede

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500625

    4. 60.4: Distinguished Paper: A Fully Integrated 1″ AMOLED Display Using Current Feedback Based on a Five Mask LTPS CMOS Process (pages 905–908)

      Patrick Schalberger, Marcus Herrmann, Steffen Hoehla and Norbert Fruehauf

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500626

  58. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 61.1: Invited Paper: ZnO Thin Film Transistors and Circuits on Flexible Polymeric Substrates by Low-Temperature PEALD (pages 909–912)

      Dalong A. Zhao, Devin A. Mourey, Ho Him R. Fok, Yuanyuan V. Li and Thomas N. Jackson

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500627

    2. 61.3: Amorphous Silicon TFT Technology for Rollable OLED Displays (pages 917–920)

      Sigurd Wagner, Lin Han, Bahman Hekmatshoar, Katherine Song, Prashant Mandlik, Kunigunde H. Cherenack and James C. Sturm

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500630

  59. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 61.4: High-Performance and Highly Rollable a-IGZO TFTs Adopting Composite Electrodes and Transparent Polyimide Substrates (pages 921–924)

      Chih-Wei Chien, Hsing-Hung Hsieh, Cheng-Han Wu, Yu-Tang Tsai, Yen-Cheng Kung, Po-Ching Hsu, Chang-Yu Lin, Chung-Chih Wu, Yung-Hui Yeh, Chyi-Ming Leu and Tzong-Ming Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500631

    2. 62.2: Alignment of Liquid Crystal with Nanoporous Anodic Aluminum Oxide (np-AAO) Layer for LCD Application (pages 928–931)

      Chitsung Hong, Tsung-Ta Tang, Chi-Yuan Hung, Ru-Pin Pan and Weileun Fang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500633

    3. 62.3: A Novel Nanostructure Enhanced Pi-cell for Transition-Rate Improvement (pages 932–934)

      Szu-Fen F. Chen, Yu-yun Chang, Huang-Ming Philip Chen and Han-Ping D. Shieh

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500634

  60. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 63.2: Single Layer Multi-Color Electrowetting Display by Using Ink Jet Printing Technology and Fluid Motion Prediction with Simulation (pages 939–942)

      Shu-Wei Kuo, Kuo-Long Lo, Wei-Yuan Cheng, Hsin-Hung Lee, Yu-Hsiang Tsai, Pei-Pei Cheng, Yun-Sheng Ku, Hsin-Jung Chiang, Pei-Ju Su, Jyh-Wen Shiu, Yu-Sheng Huang and Chin-Yao Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500636

    2. 63.3: Back-exposure Manufacturing Route for MEMS Reflective Display (pages 943–945)

      Hyun-Chul Park, Jin-Ho Oh, Hak-Nyun Choi and Yong-Seog Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500637

    3. 63.4: A Monolithic Elastomer Substrate with Lens Array for Three-Dimensional Liquid Crystal Displays (pages 946–948)

      Yeun-Tae Kim, Jong-Ho Hong, Jun-Hee Na, Yunhee Kim, Byoungho Lee and Sin-Doo Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500638

  61. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 64.1: Display Technologies for Therapeutic Applications of Virtual Reality (pages 949–952)

      Hunter G. Hoffman, Brian T. Schowengerdt, Cameron M. Lee, Jeff Magula and Eric J. Seibel

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500639

    2. 64.2: Hyperrealistic Display for Automotive Application (pages 953–956)

      Takashi Sasaki, Aira Hotta, Akihisa Moriya, Takahiro Murata, Haruhiko Okumura, Kazuo Horiuchi, Naotada Okada, Masatoshi Ogawa and Osamu Nagahara

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500641

    3. 64.3: Vertical Expansion Problem in Light Guide Type Near to Eye Displays (pages 957–960)

      Tapani Levola, Pekka Äyräs and Pasi Saarikko

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500642

    4. 64.4L: Late-News Paper: A New Quick-Adjust Head Mounted Display System (pages 961–964)

      David A. Eccles, James E. Melzer and Wyatt L. (Lee) Hendrick

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500643

  62. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 65.2: Advanced Laser Module with Intra Frame Operating Color Management for Mobile Projection (pages 969–971)

      Jan O. Drumm, Christian Gammer, Jens Richter and Claus Seibert

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500645

    2. 65.3: Distinguished Paper: High Efficiency Optical System for Ultra-Short Throw Distance Projector Based on Multi-laser Light Source (pages 972–975)

      Michihiro Okuda, Shinya Matsumoto, Makoto Maeda, Kazuhiro Arai, Kiyoko Tsuji, Takahisa Ando, Takaaki Abe, Masutaka Inoue, Ryuhei Amano, Takashi Ikeda and Hideyuki Kanayama

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500646

    3. 65.4: High Brightness LED Based Projector with NTSC 120% Wide Color Gamut (pages 976–978)

      Yao-Chien Cheng, Feng-Chuan Tsai, Alex Wang and Huan-Ping Chiu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500647

  63. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 66.1: Application of UV-LED to the LCD Backlight (pages 982–984)

      Yoshihiko Muramoto, Masahiro Kimura, Akihiko Dempo, Suguru Nouda and Yuuya Fukawa

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500649

    2. 66.2: Invited Paper: Remote Phosphor for Future LED Backlight Applications (pages 985–988)

      Wen-Chi Chang, Hsin-Tao Huang, Chuang-Chuang Tsai, Yi-Pai Huang and Han-Ping D. Shieh

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500650

    3. 66.3: Emission Characteristics of ZnO-incorporated CaTiO3:Pr3+ Phosphor and its Application for Solid-state Lightings (pages 989–992)

      Seung-Youl Kang, Sung Mook Chung, Seong-Gu Kang, Seung- Jae Lee and Young Jin Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500651

    4. 66.4: Invited Paper: High-Quality White OLEDs and Resource Saving Fabrication Processes for Lighting Application (pages 993–996)

      Takuya Komoda, Hiroya Tsuji, Norihiro Ito, Taisuke Nishimori and Nobuhiro Ide

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500653

  64. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 67.2: Compensation Methods for Local-Dimming Backlights with RGB-LED (pages 1001–1004)

      Takayuki Murai, Kohji Fujiwara, Takeshi Masuda, Yuhsaku Ajichi and Tomohiko Yamamoto

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499815

    2. 67.3: Low Power Liquid Crystal Displays Using an Image Integrity-based Backlight Dimming Algorithm (pages 1005–1008)

      Suk-Ju Kang, Heewon Ahn, Heejung Hong, Euiyeol Oh, Injae Chung and Young Hwan Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499816

  65. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 68.1: Angular Uniform White Light-Emitting Diodes with an Internal Reflector Cup (pages 1013–1015)

      Ling Zhu, Xiang Hua Wang, Pui Tao Lai and Hoi Wai Choi

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499818

    2. 68.2: The Zoom-Able Spot Lighting Fixture using WRGB LED (pages 1016–1018)

      Hsin-hsaing Lo, Chun-Chuan Lin, Ji-Feng Chen, Chen-Peng Hsu, Lung-Pin Chung and Tian-Yuan Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499819

    3. 68.3: High Power LED Lamp with Efficient Heat Exchange System (pages 1019–1021)

      Soondong Kang and Sungkyoo Lim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499820

    4. 68.4: Optimal Additive Mixing Approach via Multi-Color LEDs Platform (pages 1022–1024)

      Ming-Chin Chien, Hsiao-Ju Chen, Yu-Lung Tung and Chung-Hao Tien

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499821

    5. 68.5: A New Light Source: Energy-Efficient-Excitation Linear Plasma Lamp (pages 1025–1028)

      Tomasz Tarnowski, Klaus Wammes and Sungkyoo Lim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499822

  66. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 69.1: Photo-Leakage Current in ZnO TFTs for Transparent Electronics (pages 1029–1032)

      Yudai Kamada, Shizuo Fujita, Takahiro Hiramatsu, Toshiyuki Matsuda, Mamoru Furuta and Takashi Hirao

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499823

    2. 69.2: Highly Reliable Oxide-Semiconductor TFT for AM-OLED Display (pages 1033–1036)

      Toshiaki Arai, Narihiro Morosawa, Kazuhiko Tokunaga, Yasuhiro Terai, Eri Fukumoto, Takashige Fujimori, Tetsuo Nakayama, Takashi Yamaguchi and Tatsuya Sasaoka

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499825

    3. 69.3: Amorphous Oxide TFT Backplane for Large Size AMOLED TVs (pages 1037–1040)

      Yeon Gon Mo, Minkyu Kim, Chul Kyu Kang, Jong Han Jeong, Yong Sung Park, Chaun Gi Choi, Hye Dong Kim and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499826

    4. 69.4: Novel Flexible Reflective Color Media Integrated with Transparent Oxide TFT Backplane (pages 1041–1044)

      Jong-Souk Yeo, Tim Emery, Gregg Combs, Vincent Korthuis, Jeff Mabeck, Randy Hoffman, Tim Koch, Zhang-Lin Zhou and Dick Henze

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499827

  67. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 70.2: Distinguished Paper: Flexible Display Technology for a Mass Production using the Improved Etching Technology (pages 1047–1049)

      Seung Han Paek, Yong In Park, Choon Ho Park, Yu Sok Lim, Sang Shin II, Chang Dong Kim and Yong Kee Hwang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499829

    2. 70.3: Ink Jet Printing for Selective Conductor Processes for Displays and Flexible Circuits (pages 1050–1053)

      Ram Ramakrishnan, Neerja Saran and Robert Petcavich

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499831

  68. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 71.3: Invited Paper: Speckle Suppression by Means of Ferroelectric LC Cell (pages 1065–1068)

      Igor N. Kompanets, Alexander L. Andreev, Tatiana B. Andreeva and Maxim V. Minchenko

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499835

  69. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 72.1: Strength of LCD Panel During Bending (pages 1069–1072)

      Mao-Hsing Lin, Chia-Hung Hsieh and Kun-Feng Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499836

    2. 72.2: Strength Measurements of Thin AMLCD Panels (pages 1073–1076)

      Jamie T. Westbrook, John F. Bayne, Tim A. Roe, Jum S. Kim, Po-Hua Su, Toshihiko Ono and Suresh T. Gulati

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499838

  70. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 73.1: Large-Area Plasma-Panel Radiation Detectors for Nuclear Medicine Imaging to Homeland Security and the Super Large Hadron Collider (pages 1080–1083)

      Peter S. Friedman, Robert Ball, J. Wehrley Chapman, Daniel S. Levin, Curtis Weaverdyck, Bing Zhou, Yan Benhammou, Erez Etzion, M. Ben Moshe, Yiftah Silver, James R. Beene and Robert L. Varner Jr.

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499840

    2. 73.2: A Novel Design for Broadcasting LCD (pages 1084–1086)

      Ji-Young Ahn, Sang Hee Yu, Sung-gae Lee, Hye-in Han, Min So Jo, So-Jung Lee and Bu Yeol Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499841

    3. 73.3: Flexible Smart Card Displays (pages 1087–1090)

      Erica Montbach, Richard Himmelreich, Kevin Dysert, Todd Ernst, Keith Bellamy, Tod Schneider, Mark Lightfoot, Asad Khan and J. William Doane

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499842

  71. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 74.1: Invited Paper: LED Backlighting for LCD TVs (pages 1091–1096)

      Winfried Schwedler and Francis Nguyen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499844

    2. 74.3: Color Separation Backlight System with Mosaic Pixel Arrangements (pages 1100–1103)

      Po-Chou Chen, Po-Hung Yao, Cheng-Huan Chen and Chi-Hung Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499846

  72. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 75.1: Invited Paper: The Many Roles of Illumination in Information Display (pages 1108–1111)

      Lorne A. Whitehead and Michele A. Mossman

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499848

    2. 75.2: Invited Paper: LEDs — from Displays to Lighting (pages 1112–1115)

      Dragan Sekulovski, Ingrid Vogels and Pieter Seuntiens

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499849

    3. 75.3: Is Brighter Always Better? The Effects of Display and Ambient Luminance on Preferences for Digital Signage (pages 1116–1119)

      Pearl S. Guterman, Kazuho Fukuda, Laurie M. Wilcox and Robert S. Allison

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499851

    4. 75.4: Evaluation of Human Reactions on Displays with LED Backlight and a Technical Concept of a Circadian Effective Display (pages 1120–1123)

      Oliver Stefani, Matthias Bues, Achim Pross, Dieter Spath, Silvia Frey, Doreen Anders, Ralph Mager and Christian Cajochen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499852

    5. 75.5: Evaluating Procedure of Color Rendering Property on Reflective LCD (pages 1124–1127)

      Yen-Hsing Lu, Chia-Hao Li, Chung-Hao Tien and Jih-Fon Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499853

  73. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 76.1: High Aperture Ratio LCD Display using In-Ga-Zn-Oxide TFTs without Storage Capacitor (pages 1128–1131)

      Hideaki Shishido, Kouhei Toyotaka, Masashi Tsubuku, Kousei Noda, Hiroki Ohara, Takeshi Nishi, Koji Moriya, Hiromichi Godo, Jun Koyama, Shunpei Yamazaki, Yoshiaki Oikawa, Takuya Handa and Masayuki Sakakura

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499854

    2. 76.2: Development of Highly Stable a-IGZO TFT with TiOx as a Passivation Layer for Active-Matrix Display (pages 1132–1135)

      Hyun-Sik Seo, Jong-Uk Bae, Dae-Won Kim, Chang II Ryoo, Im-Kuk Kang, Soon-Young Min, Yong-Yub Kim, Joon-Soo Han, Chang-Dong Kim, Yong-Kee Hwang and In-Jae Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499856

    3. 76.3: 32-inch LCD Panel Using Amorphous Indium-Gallium-Zinc-Oxide TFTs (pages 1136–1138)

      Hsiung-Hsing Lu, Hung-Che Ting, Tsung-Hsiang Shih, Chia-Yu Chen, Ching-Sang Chuang and Yusin Lin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499858

    4. 76.4: A Simple Technology for Realizing Self-Aligned Zinc Oxide Thin-Film Transistor (pages 1139–1142)

      Zhi Ye, Thomas Chow, Dongli Zhang and Man Wong

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499859

  74. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 77.1: Invited Paper: TFT Technologies for Flexible Displays (pages 1143–1146)

      Jin Jang, Min Hee Choi and Jun Hyuk Cheon

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499860

    2. 77.3: Invited Paper: Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing of Backplanes for Paper-Like Displays (pages 1151–1154)

      Carl Taussig, Robert Cobene, Richard Elder, Warren Jackson, Mehrban Jam, Albert Jeans, Hao Luo, John Maltabes, Ping Mei, Mark Smith, Craig Perlov, Lihua Zhao, Marcia Almanza-Workman, Robert Garcia, Hanjun Kim, Ohseung Kwon and Frank Jeffrey

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499870

  75. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 78.2: A Detachable Mobile-Phone Projector Utilizing Color-Filter LCOS Microdisplay (pages 1162–1165)

      Jiaxin Sun, Chun-Kit Lam, Chi-Man Yau, Wan-YukShek, Ka-Wo Tsai and Ho-Chi Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499874

    2. 78.3: Dual Mode Projection Display System for Mobile Devices (pages 1166–1169)

      Po-Hung Yao, Wu-Feng Chen, Chen-Huan Chen, Han-Ping Shieh, Wilson W. Lin, Gilbert H. Tung and Adrian Travis

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499875

    3. 78.4: Compact High Power Modulated Green Laser for Laser Display (pages 1170–1172)

      Yang Lu, Qingyang Xu, Yi Gan and Changqing Xu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499877

  76. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 79.1: Advanced Sputtering Equipment Design for FPD (pages 1173–1175)

      Masasuke Matsudai, Shigemitsu Sato and Tetsuhiro Ohno

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499878

    2. 79.2: Wet Patterning of Thin Films in Vertical Transfer Wet Station for TFT Manufacturing (pages 1176–1179)

      Sang-Hyuk Lee, Bo-Hyun Seo, Jong Hyun Seo, Kang-Woong Lee, Jae-Hong Jeon, Heehwan Choe, Jong-Hyeok Ryu, Byungwoo Park and Dae-Hyun Chang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499879

    3. 79.3: Effect of Surface Treatment on the Performance of TIPS Pentacene TFT by Inkjet Printing (pages 1180–1183)

      Min Hee Choi, Sun Hee Lee, Sung Hoon Kim, Jin Jang and Soon Ki Kwon

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499880

    4. 79.4: Light-Rolls: High Throughput Manufacture for LED Lighting and Displays (pages 1184–1187)

      James Gourlay, Reiner Götzen, Andrea Reinhardt, Helge Bohlmann, David Gonzalez, Paula Queipo, Norbert Schläfli, Roland Willmann, Karl-Heinz Frank, Nello Li Pira, Wolfgang Voit, Ingo Reinhold, Werner Zapka, Matthias Burgard, Liviu Jalba and Liviu Munteanu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499881

  77. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 80.2: 60-inch Highly Transparent See-through Active Matrix Display without Polarizers (pages 1192–1195)

      Eiji Satoh, Yasushi Asaoka, Kazuhiro Deguchi, Ichiro Ihara, Kiyoshi Minoura, Sayuri Fujiwara, Akio Miyata, Yasuhisa Itoh, Yuichi Iyama, Masakazu Shibasaki, Katsuhiro Kikuchi and Masumi Kubo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499883

    2. 80.3: Distinguished Paper: Ultra-Low-Reflective 60-in. LCD with Uniform Moth-Eye Surface for Digital Signage (pages 1196–1199)

      Tokio Taguchi, Hidekazu Hayashi, Akiyoshi Fujii, Kazuhiko Tsuda, Nobuaki Yamada, Kiyoshi Minoura, Akinobu Isurugi, Ichiro Ihara and Yasuhisa Itoh

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499884

  78. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS

    1. Top of page
    2. SESSION 3: POLARIZATION-BASED STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION DISPLAY
    3. SESSION 4: ACTIVE-MATRIX INTEGRATION
    4. SESSION 5: OLED FUNDAMENTALS
    5. SESSION 6: DISPLAY DRIVERS AND INTERFACES
    6. SESSION 7: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES I
    7. SESSION 8: IMAGE QUALITY
    8. SESSION 9: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN DISPLAY MANUFACTURING
    9. SESSION 10: CROSSTALK IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    10. SESSION 11: OLED DEVICES I
    11. SESSION 12: COLOR SEQUENTIAL
    12. SESSION 13: BLUE-PHASE DEVICES II
    13. SESSION 14: CONTRAST AND SHARPNESS
    14. SESSION 15: LOW-POWER E-PAPER AND OTHER BISTABLE DISPLAYS
    15. SESSION 16: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    16. SESSION 17: TFT PROCESSING
    17. SESSION 18: OLED DEVICES II
    18. SESSION 19: MULTI-PRIMARY DISPLAYS
    19. SESSION 20: CHOLESTERIC DISPLAYS
    20. SESSION 21: FIELD-EMISSION DISPLAYS AND EMITTERS
    21. SESSION 22: NOVEL POWER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
    22. SESSION 23: AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY MEASUREMENTS
    23. SESSION 24: NOVEL PIXEL DESIGN
    24. SESSION 25: OLED DEVICES III
    25. SESSION 26: DRIVING ELECTRONIC PAPER
    26. SESSION 27: FERROELECTRIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    27. SESSION 28: EMISSIVE DISPLAYS
    28. SESSION 29: POWER-SAVING DEVICE DESIGNS
    29. SESSION 30: 2-D/3-D SWITCHING FOR AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS
    30. SESSION 31: TOUCH-TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
    31. SESSION 32: OLED MATERIAL I
    32. SESSION 33: ELECTRONIC PAPER I
    33. SESSION 34: IPS TECHNOLOGY
    34. SESSION 35: EXO-EMISSION
    35. SESSION 37: HUMAN FACTORS OF 3-D DISPLAYS
    36. SESSION 38: MULTI-TOUCH SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    37. SESSION 39: OLED MATERIAL II
    38. SESSION 40: ELECTRONIC PAPER II
    39. SESSION 41: LIQUID-CRYSTAL ALIGNMENT
    40. SESSION 42: PDP TV
    41. SESSION 43: GREEN TECHNOLOGIES IN ACTIVE-MATRIX DEVICES
    42. SESSION 44: VOLUMETRIC AND INTEGRAL IMAGING
    43. SESSION 45: DISPLAY EMBEDDED TOUCH SOLUTIONS
    44. SESSION 46: OLED MANUFACTURING
    45. SESSION 47: FLEXIBLE OLEDS
    46. SESSION 48: VA-MODE LCDS I
    47. SESSION 49: PROTECTIVE LAYER
    48. SESSION 50: MEASURING CONTRAST AND MOTION ARTIFACTS
    49. SESSION 51: 3-D TV AND 3-D VIDEO
    50. SESSION 52: OLEDS FOR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS
    51. SESSION 53: AMOLEDS I
    52. SESSION 54: FLEXIBLE-DISPLAY MANUFACTURING I
    53. SESSION 55: VA-MODE LCDS II
    54. SESSION 56: NOVEL AND EMERGING DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES
    55. SESSION 57: HMDS AND HUDS
    56. SESSION 58: NOVEL 3-D DISPLAYS
    57. SESSION 59: SOLID-STATE LIGHTING
    58. SESSION 60: AMOLEDS II
    59. SESSION 61: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES I
    60. SESSION 62: NANOSTRUCTURE-ENHANCED LIQUID-CRYSTAL DEVICES
    61. SESSION 63: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: REFLECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
    62. SESSION 64: NOVEL NEAR-TO-EYE AND HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    63. SESSION 65: PROJECTION LIGHTING
    64. SESSION 66: LIGHTING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
    65. SESSION 67: HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE
    66. SESSION 68: LIGHTING DESIGN
    67. SESSION 69: OXIDE TFTS I
    68. SESSION 70: FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MANUFACTURING II
    69. SESSION 71: PROJECTION COMPONENTS
    70. SESSION 72: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: TESTING
    71. SESSION 73: EMERGING DISPLAY APPLICATIONS
    72. SESSION 74: LED BACKLIGHTING
    73. SESSION 75: DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
    74. SESSION 76: OXIDE TFTS II
    75. SESSION 77: FLEXIBLE BACKPLANES II
    76. SESSION 78: MOBILE PROJECTION
    77. SESSION 79: DISPLAY MANUFACTURING: PROCESSING
    78. SESSION 80: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
    79. POSTER TECHNOLOGY TRACKS
    1. 3D

    2. P-2: Visual Strain Evaluation of Physiological Effect by Using 3D Display (pages 1230–1232)

      Mitomo Maeda, Norimichi Tsumura, Toshiya Nakaguchi, Ryutaro Okamoto, Ichiro Simoyama, Yoichi Miyake and Shoji Yamamoto

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499888

    3. P-3: Evaluation of Rendering Algorithms for Presenting Layered Information on Holographic Displays (pages 1233–1236)

      James Barabas, Quinn Y. J. Smithwick and V. Michael Bove Jr.

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499889

    4. P-4: A Reconfigurable Stereomicroscopic Imaging System for Digital Pathology (pages 1237–1240)

      Wei-Chung Cheng, Marios A. Gavrielides and Aldo Badano

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499890

    5. P-5: A New 360-degree Holo-views Display System with Multi-vertical Views (pages 1241–1244)

      Xinxing Xia, Jiang Wu, Caijie Van, Xiangdong Liu, Haifeng Li and Xu Liu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499891

    6. P-6: A Novel 3D Display Based on Spliced Images (pages 1245–1248)

      Shuai Li, Haifeng Li, Jing Xie, Jiang Wu and Xu Liu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499892

    7. P-7: A New Information Capacity Analysis of Integral Imaging (pages 1249–1251)

      Jing Xie, Xu Liu, Haifeng Li, Caijie Van and Xinxing Xia

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499893

    8. P-8: Depth-Map-Based Multi-View Synthesis Using Joint Bilateral Upsampling on GPUs (pages 1252–1255)

      Meng-Sung Wu, Yung-Yu Chuang, Yen-Tzu Liu and Cheng-Chung Hu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499895

    9. P-11: Improvement of 3-D Crosstalk with Over-Driving Method for the Active Retarder 3-D Displays (pages 1264–1267)

      Sung-Min Jung, Young-Bok Lee, Hyung-Ju Park, Seung-Chul Lee, Woo-Nam Jeong, Jong-Keun Shin and In-Jae Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499898

    10. P-12: Depth Super-resolution for Enhanced Free-viewpoint TV (pages 1268–1271)

      Ilsoon Lim, Hocheon Wey and Dusik Park

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499899

    11. Active-Matrix Devices

      P-14: Development of Ultra High Luminance, Active Matrix VFD for a HUD System (pages 1276–1279)

      Sadao Takano, Akihiro Nonaka, Toshihiro Nishioka, Toshimitsu Fuyuki, Shigeharu Shirahama, Katsuji Tokura and Norio Shimizu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499901

    12. P-15: OTFT Backplane for Electrophoretic Display Fabricated by Combined Printing Technology (pages 1280–1283)

      Myung-Won Lee, Mi-Young Lee, Jong-Seung Park and Chung-Kun Song

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499902

    13. P-16: A Novel Shift Register for Driving AMOLED Display (pages 1284–1286)

      Chun-Yen Liu, Chia-Lin Wu, Yuan-Chun Wu, Lee-Hsun Chang and Yu-Hsin Lin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499903

    14. P-17: Amorphous ZTO/ITO Stacked-Channel TFTs with Field Effect Mobility over 50 cm2/Vs and Resistant to Channel Thickness Dispersion (pages 1287–1290)

      Hironori Wakana, Tetsufumi Kawamura, Kuniharu Fujii, Hiroyuki Uchiyama and Mutsuko Hatano

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499904

    15. P-18: Suppression of Threshold Voltage Shift of Oxide-based TFT by Employing Thermal Pre-treatment (pages 1291–1294)

      Sun-Jae Kim, Hyun-Sang Park, Soo-Yeon Lee, Seon-Beom Ji, Min-Koo Han, Woo-Geun Lee, Kap-Soo Yoon and Young-Wook Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499906

    16. P-19: The Innovative Solution for Image Defects in Non-Rectangularly Shaped TFT-LCDs (pages 1295–1297)

      Yung-Sheng Lin, FY Lin, Vincent Liu, CM Chan, Owen Hung and Chiulien Yang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499907

    17. P-20: An Efficient Method for Improving the Negative-Bias-Temperature-Stress (NBTS) Stability of Amorphous In-Ga-Zn-O TFT (pages 1298–1300)

      Chen-Yi Wu, Chi-Jui Lin, Chun-Yao Huang, Hsin-Li Chen, Yih-Chyun Kao, Ming-Chin Hung, Wei-Ting Lin, Jiun-Jye Chang, Po-Lun Chen and Chien Hung Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499908

    18. P-21: Integrated Source Drivers for Electrophoretic Displays Using Low Temperature IZO TFTs (pages 1301–1303)

      Sameer M. Venugopal, Michael Marrs and David R. Allee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499909

    19. P-22: Memory Effects of Solution-processed Oxide Thin-Film Transistor using ZnO Nanoparticles (pages 1304–1317)

      Jung Hyeon Bae, Gun Hee Kim, Woong Hee Jeong and Hyun Jae Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499910

    20. P-23: Solution-processed Amorphous Lanthanum Indium Zinc Oxide Thin-film Transistors (pages 1308–1311)

      Doo Na Kim, Dong Lim Kim, Gun Hee Kim, Si Joon Kim and Hyun Jae Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499912

    21. P-24: Self-Aligned Metal Double-Gate Low-Temperature Poly-Si TFTs on Glass Substrates (pages 1312–1315)

      Akito Hara, Tadashi Sato, Yasuyuki Sato, Kenichi Okuda, Kenta Hirose and Kuninori Kitahara

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499913

    22. P-25: New Polymer-Capped a-IGZO TFT with High Sensitivity to Visible Light for the Development of Integrated Touch Sensor Array (pages 1316–1318)

      Hsiao-Wen Zan, Hsiu-Wen Hsueh, Shih-Chin Kao, Wei-Tsung Chen, Ming-Che Ku, Wu-Wei Tsai, Chuang-Chuang Tsai and Hsin-Fei Meng

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499931

    23. P-26: Self-aligned Top-gate ZnO Thin Film Transistor with Novel Al2O3/SiO2 Gate Insulator Structure (pages 1319–1321)

      Rongsheng Chen, Shuyun Zhao, Wei Zhou and Hoi Sing Kwok

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499936

    24. P-27: Novel AlNiLa Serves as Gate Electrodes of a-TFT for AMLCD (pages 1322–1324)

      Po-Tsun Liu, Yi-Teh Chou, Ting-Hao Hsu, An-Di Huang and Bing-Mau Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499937

    25. P-28: Effect of Annealing Temperature on Reliability of Solution-Processed Zinc Tin Oxide Thin Film Transistors (pages 1325–1328)

      Jeong-Soo Lee, Yong-Jin Kim, Yong-Uk Lee, Seung-Hee Kuk, Min-Koo Han and Yong-Hoon Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499938

    26. P-29: Amorphous Silicon Driver Integration in E-paper Display (pages 1329–1332)

      Jun Ma, JungTae Bo, Xixi Luo, Tianyi Wu, Zhihua Ling, Zhongshou Huang, Wei Zeng and Yuesheng Li

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499940

    27. P-30: Single Cell Gap Wide-View Transflective LCD using Twist Fringe-Field Switch Mode (pages 1333–1335)

      Kun-Tsai Huang, Yu-Wen Hung, Kaey Chen, Liang-Liang Huang and Chia-Hau Yu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499942

    28. P-31: A New Threshold Voltage Compensation Technique of Poly-Si TFTs for AMOLED Display Pixel Circuit (pages 1336–1339)

      Ilias Pappas, Stylianos Siskos and Charalambos Dimitriadis

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499943

    29. P-32: A New Driving Pixel Circuit to Alleviate AMOLED Degradation (pages 1340–1342)

      Kuei-Yu Lee, Jui-Hsin Chang, Paul C.-P. Chao and Fang-Chung Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499944

    30. P-33: Cu-Mn Electrodes for a-Si TFT and Its Electrical Characteristics (pages 1343–1346)

      Junichi Koike, Kazuhiko Hirota, Mayumi Naito, Pilsang Yun and Yuji Sutou

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499945

    31. P-34: Influences of Channel Deposition Conditions on Characteristics of Bottom-Gate Oxide TFTs Adopting In-Free Zinc-Tin Oxides (pages 1347–1349)

      Cheng-Han Wu, Chih-Wei Chien, Shiuan-Iou Lin, Chia-Hsin Liao, Yen-Cheng Kung, Chung-Chih Wu, Chung-Chin Hsiao, Ming-Chin Hung, Po-Lun Chen and Alan Lien

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499946

    32. P-35: 5-Mask PMOS TFT Process Architecture for Large Size AMOLEDs (pages 1350–1352)

      JoonHoo Choi, Chungi You, Jonghyun Choi, Kyusik Cho, Dohyun Kwon, Hye Dong Kim and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499948

    33. P-37: Room Temperature Top-Gate Self-Aligned Amorphous InGaZnO TFTs Fabricated on Colorless Polyimide Substrate (pages 1353–1355)

      Yung-Hui Yeh, Chun-Cheng Cheng, Chang-Yu Lin, Geng-Tai Ho, Ming-Jiue Yu, Benjamin Chih-Ming Lai and Chyi-Ming Leu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499950

    34. P-38: Unique Electrical Measurement Technology for Compensation, Inspection, and Process Diagnostics of AMOLED HDTV (pages 1356–1359)

      Stefan Alexander, G. Reza Chaji, J. Marcel Dionne, Corbin Church, John Hamer and Arokia Nathan

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499951

    35. P-39: A Highly Stable a-Si:H TFT Gate Driver Circuit with Reducing Clock Duty Ratio (pages 1360–1362)

      Chih-Lung Lin, Chun-Da Tu, Min-Chin Chuang, Kuan-Wen Chou, Chia-Che Hung, Chih-Wei Wang, Min-Feng Chiang and Yung-Chih Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499952

    36. P-40: Design of Analog Pixel Memory Circuit with Low Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon TFTs for Low Power Application (pages 1363–1366)

      Li-Wei Chu, Po-Tsun Liu, Ming-Dou Ker, Guang-Ting Zheng, Yu-Hsuan Li, Chung-Hung Kuo, Chun-Huai Li, Yao-Jen Hsieh and Chun-Ting Liu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499953

    37. P-41: Investigation of the Photon-Enhanced Bias Instability of InGaZnO TFTs for the Application of Transparent AM-OLED Displays (pages 1367–1369)

      Min Ki Ryu, Sang-Hee Ko Park, Shin Hyuk Yang, Chun-Won Byun, Oh-Sang Kwon, Eun-Suk Park, Kyoung Ik Cho and Chi-Sun Hwang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499954

    38. P-187: A Novel IPS Cell Structure Driving without Static Vcom (pages 1370–1372)

      YoungMin Jeong, SuWoong Lee, JuYoung Lee, JoonYoung Kim, HongMan Moon, JooHong Lee and MyungChul Jun

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499956

    39. P-201L: Late-News Poster: Threshold Voltage Shift under Bias Temperature Stress of Amorphous Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide TFTs (pages 1373–1375)

      Dae-Hwan Kim, Hoon Vim, Seung-Min Lee, Sung Ki Kim, Kwon-Shik Park, Chang-Dong Kim, Yong Kee Hwang and In-Jae Chung

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499957

    40. P-202L: Late-News Poster: Long-Term Stability of Oxide Semiconductor- Based TFTs (pages 1376–1379)

      Pedro Barquinha, Luis Pereira, Gonçalo Gonçalves, Rodrigo Martins and Elvira Fortunate

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499958

    41. P-203L: Late-News Poster: Analysis on AC Stress-Induced Degradation Mechanism of Amorphous Indium-Gallium-Zinc-Oxide Thin Film Transistor Inverters (pages 1380–1384)

      Sungchul Kim, Yong Woo Jeon, Sangwon Lee, Dong Myong Kim, Dae Hwan Kim, Sang Wook Kim, Sun Il Kim, Jaechul Park, U-In Chung and Chang-Jung Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499959

    42. P-204L: Late-News Poster: Subgap Density of States-Based Amorphous Oxide Thin Film Transistor Simulator (DAOTS) for Process Optimization and Circuit Design (pages 1385–1388)

      Yong Woo Jeon, Sungchul Kim, Sangwon Lee, Dong Myong Kim, Dae Hwan Kim, Sun Il Kim, Sang Wook Kim, Jae Chul Park, U-In Chung, Chang-Jung Kim, Je-Hun Lee, Byung Du Ahn, Sei Yong Park, Jun-Hyun Park, Joo Han Kim and Jaewoo Park

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499960

    43. P-205L: Late-News Poster: Comparison between a-InGaZnO and a-InHfZnO TFTs in Perspective of Subgap Density of States (DOS) in Active Film (pages 1389–1392)

      Sangwon Lee, Sungchul Kim, Yong Woo Jeon, Dong Myong Kim, Dae Hwan Kima, Je-Hun Lee, Byung Du Ahn, Sei Yong Park, Jun-Hyun Park, Joo Han Kim and Jaewoo Park

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499961

    44. P-206L: Late-News Poster: High Performance As-Deposited Microcrystalline Silicon TFT using High-Density Microwave Plasma Source (pages 1393–1396)

      Akihiko Kohno, Kohichi Tanaka, Junichi Tanaka, Toshio Mizuki, Yoshitaka Yamamoto, Kazuhiko Tokunaga, Narihiro Morosawa, Toshiaki Arai, Shinsuke Oka, Masayuki Kitamura and Mitsuru Ushijima

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499962

    45. Applications

      P-42: A New Driver for an Intelligent Modular Display System (pages 1397–1400)

      Pieter Bauwens and Jan Doutreloigne

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499963

    46. P-43: Portable Navigation Device with Head-Up Display Unit (pages 1401–1404)

      Chiu-Ting Hsieh, Cheng-Huan Chen and Kuang-Tso Luo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499965

    47. P-44: Patterned Microlens-Array Films Assisted with Auxiliary Electrodes for Luminance Improvement in Large-Area OLEDs (pages 1405–1407)

      Kuan-Yu Chen, Yu-Ting Hsiao, Hoang-Yan Lin, Jiun-Haw Lee and Mao-Kuo Wei

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499966

    48. P-45: Multi-gray-level Reflective LCD Module Design and Its Tiled Application (pages 1408–1410)

      Yongming Tang, Wei Lei, Yaosheng Zheng, Baoping Wang, Gang Sun and Xinglong Xia

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499967

    49. P-47: Fast-Evaluation Approach of Predicting CCFL Mechanical Strength in LCD-TV Module (pages 1415–1417)

      Wei-Ting Dai, Mao-Hsing Lin, Tzu-Ching Yang and Kun-Feng Huang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499969

    50. P-209L: Late-News Poster: High Efficiency Uniform LED Surface Light Source (pages 1418–1421)

      Chih-Chieh Kang, Jeng-Feng Lin, Yu-Chang Wu, Shih-Cheng Yeh and Tai-Rong Chen

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499970

    51. Applied Vision

      P-48: Quantitative Evaluation Method for the White Uniformity of a Large-Sized LED Backlight (pages 1422–1425)

      Kunihiko Nagamine, Satoshi Tomioka, Yuko Masakura, Tohru Tamura, Mitsunori Ueda and Yoshihide Shimpuku

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499971

    52. P-49: Comparison of the Readability of Colour Head-up Displays Using LED and Laser Light Sources (pages 1426–1429)

      Karlheinz Blankenbach, Robert Isele, Dominik Stindt and Edward Buckley

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499972

    53. P-50: Simulating the Effects of Wearing Laser Eye Protection on Color Appearance (pages 1430–1433)

      Thomas Kuyk, William Brockmeier, Agustin Morin, Martin LaFrance and Brian Foutch

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499973

    54. P-51: A Basic Assessment for Color Break-Up on a Field-Sequential Color Display (pages 1434–1437)

      Masamitsu Kobayashi, Akiko Yoshida and Yasuhiro Yoshida

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499974

    55. Display Electronics

      P-54: Multi-Axis-Adjusted System for RGBW LCD (pages 1442–1445)

      Pei-Lin Hsieh and Hsiang-Tan Lin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499975

    56. P-55: A Pseudo-Super-Resolution Approach for TV Images (pages 1446–1449)

      XiaoMang Zhang and Yasuhiro Yoshida

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499976

    57. P-56: Application of the SSC Local Dimming Algorithm for an Edge-Lit TV (pages 1450–1453)

      Tobias Jung, Marc Albrecht, Chihao Xu and Andreas Karrenbauer

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499978

    58. P-57: Dual Equalization Diffusion for AMOLED Power Saving (pages 1454–1457)

      Chih-Lei Wu, Chia-Yu Lee, Tze-Chien Tsai, Lee-Hsun Chang and Yu-Sin Lin

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499979

    59. P-58: A Differential Multi-bit/Conversion Cyclic DAC for TFT-LCD Column Drivers (pages 1458–1461)

      Hoai-Nam Nguyen, Yeong-Shin Jang, Jeong-Yeol Bae, Huy-Binh Le and Sang-Gug Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499980

    60. Display Manufacturing

      P-59: Release Planning for Color Filter Fabs Based on Iterative Simulation (pages 1462–1465)

      James C. Chen, Ling-Huey Su, PoTsang B. Huang, Gary C. Chao, Cheng-Ju Sun, Kuo-Jung Chao, Chih-Cheng Chen, Chi-Neng Mo, Tzu-Wei Peng, Yu-Yao Wei, Chao-Hsuan Feng, Yu-Chen Liu and Mei-Tsao Chiang

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499981

    61. P-60: The Performance Enhancement of the 2ωYAG Laser-Crystallized Poly-Si Using a Back-Side Self-Heating Layer of a-Si (pages 1466–1468)

      Juan Li, Siwei Ding, Ying Yao, Zhiguo Meng, Chunya Wu, Shaozhen Xiong and Hoi Sing Kwok

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499982

    62. P-61: Recycling and Re-Use of LCD Components and Materials (pages 1469–1472)

      Johan Felix, William Letcher, Helena Tunell, Kenny Ranerup, Teodora Retegan and Göran Lundholm

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499983

    63. P-62: Wet Patterning of Copper/Molybdenum Thin Films in Phosphoric Acid Solution (pages 1473–1475)

      Jong Hyun Seo, Bo- Hyun Seo and Jörg Winkler

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499984

    64. P-63: Distinguished Poster: Solvent-less Repair Inks for Color Filter Application (pages 1476–1478)

      Feng-Chin Tang, Huang-Ming Philip Chen, Chi-Hsin Li and Wen-Jen Hsieh

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499985

    65. P-64: Using Electroless Plating Technology for Copper Metallization in AMLCD Application (pages 1479–1481)

      Po-Tsun Liu, Yi-Teh Chou, Chih-Yu Su, Hung-Ming Chen, An-Di Huang, Bing-Mau Chen, Chur-Shyang Fuh and Yang-Shun Fan

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499986

    66. P-189L: Late-News Poster: Solution-processed Passivation Layer for a-Si TFTs with High Reliability and Processability for LCD (pages 1482–1485)

      Koichi Sugitani, Akihiro Tanabe, Masahiro Hanmura, Hironori Ohmori, Takeyoshi Katoh, Mitsushi Tada and Teruhiko Suzuki

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499987

    67. P-190L: Late-News Poster: Thermal Durability of Poly-Si Films on Highly Engineered Glass for RTA Processes Enabling Advanced TFTs (pages 1486–1489)

      Taketsugu Itoh, Jean D. Mugiraneza, Tomoyuki Miyahira, Akinori Sakamoto, Yeh Chen, Tasuya Okada and Takashi Noguchi

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499988

    68. P-191L: Late-News Poster: New ACP Design for Flip-Chip LED Packaging with Enhanced Light Extraction Efficiency (pages 1490–1493)

      Shiyuki Kanisawa, Hidetsugu Namiki, Hideaki Umakoshi and Hirofumi Kondo

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499990

    69. Display Measurement

      P-65: Evaluation Method for Moving Picture Color Smear (pages 1494–1496)

      TaeHee Kim, SungWon Seo and JiMan Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499991

    70. P-66: Measurement Comparison of Ambient Contrast for Liquid Crystal Displays (pages 1497–1499)

      Yu-Ping Lan, Shiang-Yuan Pan, Tong-Sheng Mou and Yingying Xu

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499992

    71. P-67: Simulation of Backlight Using Bidirectional Scattering Distribution Function (pages 1500–1503)

      Myong Jo Choi, Jae Jung Han, Hee Cheoul Kim, Young Jin Jung, Young Sik Oh, Jeong Min Moon, Gi Bin Kim and Jae Won Lee

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499993

    72. P-69: Beyond RGB-Primaries: Chromaticity Measurement Issues for Multi-Primary Displays (pages 1508–1511)

      Kazunari Tomizawa, Kohzoh Nakamura, Shun Ueki, Yuichi Yoshida, Tomohiko Mori, Makoto Hasegawa, Akiko Yoshida, Yohzoh Narutaki, Yasuhisa Itoh and Yasuhiro Yoshida

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499995

    73. P-70: Image Sticking Measuring Method by Usage Model (pages 1512–1515)

      Yuichi Maekawa, Nobuyuki Mori and Makoto Kohno

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499996

    74. P-72: Method for Perceptual Contrast Measurement Under Different Ambient Conditions (pages 1516–1519)

      Mi-Ok Shin, Sun-A Yang, Su-Young Kim, Jong-ho Chong, Seung-Bae Lee and Sang Soo Kim

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499997

    75. P-73: Dynamic Backlight Influence on Motion Blur Measurement (pages 1520–1523)

      Kjell Brunnström, Börje Andrén and Sylvain Tourancheau

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3499998

    76. P-75: Accurate Estimation of Optimized Overdriving Values for a TN mode LCD Panel (pages 1528–1531)

      Injae Hwang, Kang-Nam Kim and Oh-Kyong Kwon

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500000

    77. Display Systems

    78. P-77: Some Requirements on LED Characteristics for LCD TV Applications (pages 1536–1539)

      Chih-Lin Wang, Yuan-Jung Yao, Ruei-Teng Lin, Ming-Lun Chen and Sheng-Lung Su

      Version of Record online: 5 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1889/1.3500003

    79. P-79: HSP: A Hybrid Simulation Platform for Backlight Dimming in TFT-LCDs (pages 1544–1547)

      Qingyu Cui, Pei He, Xiaojun Guo, Jiangang Lu, Guoen Liang, Yikai Su, Taixin Cao and Chi-Tien