This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) Displays in US$ Thousand. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Demand for Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) is growing at a steady pace globally, fuelled by a multitude of factors encouraging the deployment of LCoS based products in various applications such as Pico Projectors, Near-to-eye and Head Mounted Displays, Head-Up-Display (HUD) and structured illumination. A rise in demand for high-resolution displays is expected to further propel growth of the LCoS market. The technology is also used in electronic viewfinders for film cameras, digital cameras, and WSS (wavelength selective switches) and SLM (spatial light modulator). LCoS technology is expected to gain growth buoyed by its capability to infuse better performance, greater efficiency, and low costs in products built on it.
The research published on flexible display covers the significantgame-changing materials, components, technologies like LCD, LED, OLED, TFT, flexible, transparent, or 3D. There are several importanttrends which have been driving the technological innovations in the display industry since its early days which, directly or indirectly, are driving the market, currently. These trends include image quality, screen size, portability, power savings, interconnectivity, and user-friendliness. While these trends still remain as strong undercurrents, new drivers are being introduced which will play more prominent role in shaping the flexible display industry. The study also talks about the different applications like smart phones, tablets, POP/ESL, laptops, and wearable. The technological segmentation that is described in the study includes LCD displays, LED displays, OLED displays andliquid crystals on silicon displays(LCoS).
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