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Ultrasonic LCDs Sans ITO

Acoustics substitute for electric fields
3/30/2016 10:58 AM EDT
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R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: Resolution?
R_Colin_Johnson   3/31/2016 7:41:41 AM
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The researhers have so far merely proved the concept of the ultrasonic LCD. Production models may need some kind of shielding, but maybe not. Afterall ultrasonics are routinely used in hospitals where all sorts of stray RF and magnetic fields are lurking about. In any case, a manufacturer is needed to bring the technology to market and solve all those engineering problems that will pop up during R&D. Thanks for the comment.

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Resolution?
MWagner_MA   3/31/2016 7:24:50 AM
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Interesting approach.  I would wonder what the limitations are of the wavelength of sound used.  Also, would high ambient noise in a factory evironment have any affect on the display?

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