The evolution of technology has gone by leaps and bounds over the century. Technological innovation and development are a continuous process that is so dynamic. It is so dynamic that a new technology is introduced to the marketplace on the average of between 6-18 months.
There are two stages of technological innovation and development today that we can look at. They are breakthrough innovation and platform innovation. A breakthrough innovation product is new to the company and to the world. It provides 10-15 times greater improvement and 30%-50% reduction is cost. A platform product, on the other hand, is a product that established a basic architecture for a next generation product and is substantially larger in scope and resources.
These two fundamentals technological innovation and development categories are no exception to the display devices technology. It has gone through an evolution process of technological innovation and development over the years. It was first commercially introduced as cathode ray tube (CRT) used primarily in oscilloscopes and black and white televisions. It was then developed into the color CRT for color television. In the 1990s liquid crystal display (LCD) and plasma display panel (PDP) were the display devices technology of the century.
However, it wasn’t long until the display devices technology introduced itself to a greater height with the introduction of Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) recently. This new LPD technology is dubbed to be next generation display devices technology that will revolutionize high definition television (HDTV) and business professional displays.
In this report we will discuss the technology behind LPD, some review citations from experts and users and discuss LPD technological innovation, development and marketability moving forward.
Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) Technology
The Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) technology has laser diodes at the heart of its image producing...