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Old 11-12-2012, 08:11 AM   #17
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i met the ceo of liquavista himself and interviewed him 2-3 years ago at CES and held working video capable color liquavista displays in my hand. they exist and can actually be built mostly with existing lcd manufacturing processes with a slight twist. getting someone to setup production for a big run is another conversation. initial yield is the big obstacle as it is with mirasol. yield has to be out of the gate on par with traditional lcd or orders will be slow in coming

it was CES 2010 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95cPuf1Ns5k
And that was nearly three years ago. I have high hopes for the quality of the display when it appears. Mirasol was, I'm told, very disappointing in that respect, with a poor range of viewing angles.

Now that they are a subsidiary of Samsung, I don't think there'll be a problem getting space at an LCD plant to make their displays when they have a commercial order.
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