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LCD displays: waiting for revolutions?
Very interesting figures published by the analytical departments of Nikkei Microdevices and Nikkei Electronics. Despite the fact that the studies are about a rather distant period – 2021 – 2021, and so far only about emerging trends, it all looks quite curious.
So, we are talking about the emerging revolution in the field of visual display devices. Rather, according to the researchers, about two revolutions, for two different sectors – large and miniature displays.
LCDs are expected to dominate by 2021, and the era of traditional CRT screens will begin to fade into the past. Most new TVs will be equipped with LCD, plasma or electroluminescence (EL) screens by 2021.
Here are the simplest numbers: In 2000, the market for LCD screens for PCs was 7 million. pieces, then in 2021 it almost tripled, reaching 20 million., that is, accounted for 20% of the total 100 million PC display market.
Well, for this we, at least morally, are already ready (let’s put it bluntly – morally ready a long time ago, :-), our wallets are not ready for such a revolution yet).
The second revolution is preparing on the front of subminiature displays with standard diagonals 0.24 inches (that is, 6 mm) and 0.4 inches (9.6 mm). It seems that manufacturers have seriously approached the milestone when such displays, mounted, for example, in glasses, will cease to be a super-expensive attribute of spy equipment.
According to Japanese researchers, the time is not far off when ultra-miniature displays will appear in mobile devices (phones, watches, etc.d.) and will play the same historical role that the release of the first Sony Walkman players played in their time, in 1979, which greatly influenced the culture of music consumption. Imagine a real hands-free mobile phone with a 9.6mm goggle display and voice control. You can go further and imagine a PC as a wristwatch with a similar display. By the way, at the distance at which the glasses are from the eye, a 6 mm diagonal screen gives an image equivalent to viewing a 15-inch conventional display, and 9.6 mm – respectively, a 60-inch.
For the sake of objectivity, it should be noted that such devices are already quite real. For example, the North American company Kopin has already launched such displays.
Moreover, the CyberDisplay 1280 model with a resolution of 1280 pixels (although still monochrome) is already used in serial equipment for RAH-66 Comanche helicopters (color serial displays have a maximum resolution of 640 x 480 so far).
This is how the Kopin display production process looks like:
Uses SOI monocrystalline silicon (Si-TFT) wafers only a few microns thick.
Let’s go back to earth and count the money. After the transition of manufacturers for such plates to the standards of 1.0 – 0.6 microns, prices have dropped significantly. As expected, prices for such displays in the very near future will drop below 1000 yen ($ 7 – $ 8, the price is already with a set of optics), and then – to tens of yen apiece.