Paper Title:
Controllable Viewing-Angle Display Using GHLC Cell as Backlight Panel
  Abstract

There is a desire for a display technology which can change the display viewing angle. Controllable Viewing Angle (CVA) device has been developed by using a Guest-Host liquid crystal cell which allows a high light-shielding effect and the control with a wide range of available viewing angle. By putting the CVA device on a Thin-Film Transistor ( TFT ) Liquid-Crystal Panel, or placing a Guest-Host Liquid Crystal (GHLC) device between the LED and the backlight, we have realized a simple controllable viewing-angle LCD which could be switched in the narrow and normal(wide) viewing angle. The viewing angle can decrease to 40° when power is on but it also can shift to normal viewing angle when power is off.

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Periodical
Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 428-429)
Edited by
Yuan Ming Huang
Pages
335-339
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.428-429.335
Citation
W. J. Yang, J. B. Leng, Z. Q. Huang, X. X. Chen, J. M. Wang, "Controllable Viewing-Angle Display Using GHLC Cell as Backlight Panel", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 428-429, pp. 335-339, 2010
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January 2010
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