MicroEmissive powers up for mass production

April 2005
Engineer (00137758);4/22/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7673, p20
Reports on the development of low-power displays for use on items such as digital cameras and other products that use electronic viewfinders, by MicroEmissive Displays, a Scottish company commercializing micro-displays that use light-emitting polymer technology. Application of the technology on British-designed night vision systems aimed at consumers; Company's plan to tie up an agreement for volume manufacturing capability, probability in Asia and with a company experienced in display production.


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