Novel display technologies will complement LCDs, OLEDs, and plasma technologies at the 44th Society for Information Display Conference to be held in San Francisco, June 4 to 9.
One of the most intriguing new technologies is Liquavista, a spinoff from Philips launched in April, which is developing products using electrowetting technology for portable displays.
Qualcomm will exhibit its iMoD MEMS-based building blocks that enable a display to be viewed almost like printed paper, with no constraint on lighting conditions.
Also at SID, LG.Philips LCD will showcase what it claims is the world's largest LCD, a 100-inch thin-film transistor panel for high-definition LCD TVs.
Another vendor, eMagin Corp., will demonstrate its latest organic light-emitting diode technology, which it claims has the highest luminance and longest lifetime among OLED microdisplays.
Cree Inc. will show its second-generation colorwave LED back-lighting product.
Corning will unveil its Eagle XG substrate intended to meet increasingly stringent environmental regulations.