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Monitor and Display Technology over the Ages

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Ibrahim Chohan

on 9 October 2013

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Transcript of Monitor and Display Technology over the Ages

Monitors and Display Technology over the Ages
Monitors and Display Technology refer to the technology and devices used as visual outputs from a computer: this includes monitors and older or future display technology
The oldest thing resembling a monitor was
the . It was similar to a type writer in the way it outputted information.

It was invented by the in 1928
The was the most common Teletype
Was used with early micro-computers
Era of the Monitor
Invented in by
Colored system made in by
Kenjiro Tamayaji
Cathode Ray Tube
Columbia Broadcasting
From 1970 to 1990 in the CRT era, graphics went from 4 colors and 160 x 200 resolution to 16.8 million colors and 800 x 600 resolution
Teletype Corp.
Overview of the Presentation
Older Display Technology
Eras of Monitor Technology during the
Era of the PC
Era of the

Invented in by
Became a to in the
Became in the
George H. Heilmeier
major competitor
Liquid Crystal Display
Early in LCD history, Sharp, Toshiba, Sanyo, and Matsushita invested millions to billions in production capabilities in , with other companies such as Samsung, LG, Hyundai and Daewoo following suit: they gained immense profit.
Era of the Monitor
First device made in 1987 by and of Eastman Kodak.
Cheaper than displays to manufacture
Chin W. Tang
Steven van Slyke
Organic Light Emitting Diode
Liquid Crystal Display
They are much cheaper than LCD and plasma displays and can be viewed in a wider form and have better brightness
Display Technology in the Near and
Distant Future
Future display technology includes anything
that can be used to output images from a computer,
as such, many devices are in progress that may
revolutionize display technology
Multi-Monitor Technology
It has become popular due to ease of technology
with Nvidia and AMD providing support
A8 and A10 processors have integrated support
Curved Monitors
are becoming
popular due to the advancements in AMOLED
technology. However they are still not
mainstream due to their high pricing.
Will be explained later
Is a hybrid display technology.
Have faster pixel switching responce than the traditional displays.
Flexible, allowing for curved phones and displays
Malleable due to their flexible nature
Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode,
In recent years have been replacing regular OLEDs in the market, with Samsung and LG both intending to release AMOLED smartphones in 2014
the use of more than one monitor at the same
Transparent displays in front of your vision that are usually used in aircraft or in the military
Heads up displays have 3 essential features a projector unit, combiner, and a video generator computer
Have been made popular and known with devices such as Google Glass and the Recon Jet HUD
But ... does
it work?
Works by moving an electron beam back and forth behind the screen.
Works by utilizing two sheets of polarizing material with a liquid crystal solution between them.
Works by using organic
molecules to produce light.
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