Wide-View MVA-LCDs With an Achromatic Dark State
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Disp. Technol.
Biaxial film; liquid crystal display; vertical alignment; wide view; LIQUID-CRYSTAL DISPLAYS; REPRESENTATION; FILMS; ANGLE; Engineering, Electrical & Electronic; Optics; Physics, Applied
A multi-domain vertical alignment liquid crystal display (MVA LCD) using a negative C-plate and a biaxial film is proposed to obtain an achromatic dark state. In comparison to conventional approach which uses a negative C-plate and a positive A-plate, the maximum light leakage over entire viewing cone is reduced by similar to 6X at lambda = 450 nm and similar to 4X at lambda = 650 nm. The achromatic dark state is essential for improving the contrast ratio, viewing angle and color saturation of MVA LCDs.
Journal of Display Technology
"Wide-View MVA-LCDs With an Achromatic Dark State" (2009). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 1672.