A New Beginning
By Kenneth I. Werner
LEDs for Projection
By Matthew Brennesholtz
Good Things Come in Small Packages
Designing small displays that are light, compact, bright, user-friendly, and able to present high-quality images under demanding conditions is not easy, but the demand is there - and so is the ingenuity.
By Steven Vrablik
A New Drive-Scheme Architecture for AMLCDs Used in Micro-displays
The development of a new ac-coupled architecture will allow compact low-power near-to-eye microdisplays to operate by using CMOS-compatible 3.3-V power supplies.
By Alan Richard and Frederick P. Herrmann
Display Fabrication under Siege
The demand for high resolution, enhanced color depth, and faster switching speeds is challenging the STN-LCD and a-Si fabrication technologies used to make today's mobile displays. Where do they go from here?
By Marcel Führen
Designing AMOLEDs for Mobile Displays
Active-matrix OLEDs are attractive displays for mobile applications, and designers are rapidly overcoming the technology's remaining weaknesses.
By Ho Kyoon Chung and Seong Taek Lee
Journal of the SID Preview
The papers appearing in the December 2005 issue of the Journal of the SID are previewed. Included is a Subject Index for Vol. 13/1-12, 2005.
By Aris Silzars
Letters to the Editor