new lcd screens could triple the sharpness of today\'s tvs and smartphones
Earlier this year, researchers developed a new type of liquid crystal that can significantly improve TV display while improving TV display efficiency. The new blue-
The phase LCD will allow the screen to encapsulate more pixels into the same space, it is possible to achieve three-
The pixel count of the Apple Retina Display is multiplied.
Now, the research team has developed a test device with sub-pixels that can work properly
Adjust individually to produce a high resolution display.
In a research paper published in the journal Nature, scientists at the University of Central Florida said there are many applications for changing surfaces, including displays, wearable devices and active camouflage.
The plasma nano-structure can pass through
Small pixels, high reflectivity and rear
Manufacturing tuning by controlling the surrounding media.
\"By integrating the system with thin chips available commercially, we further demonstrate the compatibility of the system with existing LCD technologiesfilm-
\"The surface of the imprint is easily connected to the computer to display images and videos.
On the LCD screen, each pixel is made up of three sub-pixels showing red, green, or blue, respectively.
The white backlight hits each pixel and uses the shutter to select the viewable sub-pixel.
In order to make secondary colors such as purple, the shutter covers the green pixels so that both the red and blue sub-pixels shine.
The strength of the backlight is used to control the brightness or darkness of the color.
But the testing equipment of researchers can eliminate the need for this system.
The device is made using embossed nano-structures and reflective aluminum, which allows researchers to control each sub-pixel individually.
Sub-pixels on the device can produce a variety of different shades, not just a color to display.
This means that each sub-pixel on the new device can effectively do the work of three sub-pixels, which means that engineers can package more useful sub-pixels onto the screen.
By doing so, researchers can display images and videos at a higher resolution. Fine-
The development of blue promotes the adjustment of sub-pixels at a single level
The researchers said it was phase liquid crystal.
Shin says the resolution density of Apple\'s Retina display today is about 500 pixels per inch.
On February, Wu Tensen, who led the research team.
\"With our new technology, the resolution density of 1500 pixels per inch can be achieved on screens of the same size.
This is particularly attractive for VR headsets or augmented reality technologies because it has to achieve high resolution on small screens and looks clear when it\'s close to our eyes.
Samsung released its first blue phone
Stage LCD prototype in 2008.
However, due to the high operating voltage and the slow charging time of the capacitor, it has not yet been put into production.
To solve these problems, researchers from the University of Central Florida school of optics and photon work with Japan\'s JNC Petrochemical Company and Taiwan\'s AU optoelectronic company.
The team found that their new LCD is combined with special performance --
The enhanced electrode structure can not only improve the display effect, but also improve the power consumption.
Their system can achieve a transparent rate of 74 at a working voltage of 15 volts per pixel. ‘Field-
First author Huang Yuge says sequential color displays can be used to achieve smaller pixels needed to increase resolution density.
This is important because the resolution density of today\'s technology is almost at its limit.
Since the light does not need to pass through the filter, the system improves the optical efficiency.
Moreover, the display is more vivid because it comes directly from red, green and blue LEDs.
To ensure that their pixels can drive transistors at a sufficiently low voltage, the researchers have implemented a prominent electrode structure that allows the electric field to penetrate the liquid crystal more deeply.
Chen Haiwei said that we have implemented a low enough operating voltage to allow each pixel to be driven by a transistor, while also achieving a response time of less than 1 millisecond, a doctoral student at Wu lab.
The delicate balance between the operating voltage and the response time is the key to achieving a color display of the field sequence.