Abbreviated Journal Title
Appl. Phys. Lett.
RUBBING ANGLE; NEMATIC MODE; FIELD; Physics, Applied
Twist angle effects on the response time of in-plane-switching liquid crystal displays are analyzed. The authors propose a device configuration whose top and bottom boundary liquid crystal layers are symmetric to each other with respect to the electric field direction. The analytical results of this device configuration indicate that the response time is improved at least four times faster than that of a conventional in-plane-switching twisted-nematic mode and normal in-plane-switching mode.
Applied Physics Letters
Sun, Yubao; Ma, Hongmei; Zhang, Zhidong; Zhu, Xinyu; and Wu, Shin-Tson, "Twist angle effects on the dynamic response of in-plane-switching liquid crystal displays" (2006). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 6627.