Liquid screen that never forgets

Geake, Elisabeth
October 1991
New Scientist;10/26/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1792, p26
Reports on Canon's development of a ferroelectric liquid crystal display (LCD) that can be used for flat televisions. Company's plan to use the technology to develop color television screens with the same quality as high definition television; Similarity of the structures of conventional and ferroelectric LCD; Presence of transparent electrodes on the insides of the glass sheets.


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