LONDON Forth Dimension Displays (ForthDD) has joined the Micro Device Display Consortium (MDDPC) of Japan.
Forth Dimension Displays (Dalgety Bay, Scotland) develops, manufactures and supplies advanced microdisplays using a proprietary, fast-switching liquid crystal technology.
The MDDPC was formed in September 2006, with founding member companies Arsisawa Mfg. Co., Ltd., Seiko Epson, Texas Instruments Inc. and Victor Company of Japan, Ltd (JVC). It provides information to consumers, retailers, industry experts and the mass media about the benefits of microdisplay technologies used in high definition rear projection televisions (MD-PTV).
ForthDD’s proprietary, high-speed liquid crystal display and driver technology processes images in the time domain (TDI) on a single chip, without RGB sub-pixels, separate RGB beams and optics, and without tilting mirrors. This combination allows both amplitude and phase modulated imaging. It provides high native resolution, full 24-bit colour for showing high-speed motion. The technology is well-matched to the new LED and laser diode light sources.