LCoS


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LCoS

abbreviation for
(Electronics) liquid crystal on silicon: a technology used in television screens in which liquid crystals are applied to a silicon chip, allowing the production of high resolution images
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Brillian's LCOS design and manufacturing capabilities will not be devoted to its proprietary sets alone if Sollito has his way.
Despite consumer bias for higher resolution, DLP is far superior when it comes to contrast ratio and color saturation of picture quality, meaning that DLP projectors with half the resolution of LCOS projectors deliver a better picture.
We're very proud that our Olevia brand LCD and LCoS TVs will be assembled by American workers with our partner Solar Link Technologies," said Syntax-Brillian CEO Vincent Sollitto.
The Assembly has legislated really sparingly; there have been a flood of LCOs to give the Assembly the powers it needs.
According to the report, one of the leading drivers for the global LCoS projectors market is the increasing adoption of LCoS technology because of its best-in-class projection features.
In the rear-projection world, LCOS has struggled because no single large manufacturer has taken on production of the semiconductor technology for the televisions.
Pratt said that Brillian has been distributing its LCOS televisions via a Phoenix-based wholesaler.
Gaming is the major reason for the growth of HMD based LCoS technology.
MicroDisplay has invested substantial effort in developing its revolutionary Liquid Fidelity[TM] LCOS technology and has also carefully evaluated our products' supporting components," said Marty Zanfino, MicroDisplay Corporation's vice president of marketing.
com) high definition widescreen LCD and LCoS televisions -- one of the fastest growing global TV brands -- and Vivitar brand (www.
also has had a rough LCOS ride, highlighted by Sears' decision in December to terminate its agreement to purchase 720p 65-inch LCOS televisions from the company for an exclusive line.
Philips Electronics decided to exit the LCOS television business last month, according to a spokeswoman.