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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He said the DOLE needs 5,000 LCOs. Meanwhile, the BI said the visas of foreign workers would not be renewed unless they submit proof of their income tax payments.
Our investments in DEN and Hathway create a win-win-win outcome for the LCOs, customers, content producers and the eco-system."
InLC owns proprietary LC and LCoS fabrication facilities enabling complete control over the design and manufacturing of the optical engines used in wavelength selective switches and other modules.
Even after the decisively-won 2011 referendum on legislative powers for Wales - and the end of LCOs - the long list of powers that Whitehall sought to reserve to itself was as comprehensive a scoping of central contempt for Welsh devolution as it is possible to imagine.
This is a noteworthy finding since LCOS was a secondary endpoint in the LEVO-CTS trial and patients who experience LCOS have a much higher incidence of death and morbidities following cardiac surgery.
As the coefficient c varies, one of the LCOs can be expressed as [c.sup.1/(1-p-q)]y, which implies that the amplitude is in direct proportion to [c.sup.1/(1-p-q)] and that the frequency is independent of c.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global LCoS projectors market to grow at a CAGR of 25.49% over the period 2014-2019.
Volumetric displays are developed based on two technologies- digital light processing (DLP) and liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS).
Incorporating Canon's expertise in optical and imaging technology the new REALiS WUX500 features a number of new advances and inherits many key features from the existing line, most notably Canon's proprietary LCOS Technology with AISYS-enhancement which delivers virtually seamless images with outstanding color reproduction, a powerful image processing engine that helps ensure superb image quality and also provides an array of advanced functions (Built-in Edge Blending, Picture by Picture, 24p Support, etc.), an advanced built-in Genuine Canon projection lens and optical system that allows the projector to maintain virtually the same amount of brightness at different throw distances (Constant F-Stop), and 0-60 percent vertical lens shift for enhanced installation flexibility.
The new LCOS panel has excelA[degrees] lent burnA[degrees]in resistance which makes it possible for the XEED WUX6000 to achieve continuous projection for up to 100 hours of the same image without the pattern of the image being burnt into the panel, compared to a regular LCD panel which can have this problem after just two to three hours.
JOG was established in 2010, initially to make LCoS spatial light modulators (SLMs), and its R&D programmes were boosted when it acquired eLCOS Microdisplay Technology Inc.