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A solid state dot sequential color display device is disclosed. A color image is formed in a liquid crystal display panel by breaking each picture element up into its three primary color components and presenting them in an adjacent manner. The space occupied by a trio of primary color elements is smaller than the resolving power of the human eye. Techniques of large scale integration (LSI) are employed to effect the required addressing circuitry as applied to a matrix array of triads of reflective electrodes in the dynamic scattering liquid crystal display panel. Arrangements used to form the basic color cells involved are: (a) deposition of band-pass filters in front of the display and (b) deposition of band reflection mirror in back of the liquid crystal material.

Title
Liquid crystal dot color display
Application Number
5/574150
Publication Number
4006968
Application Date
May 2, 1975
Publication Date
February 8, 1977
Inventor
Richard N Winner
Palos Verdes Peninsula
CA, US
William C Hoffman
Torrance
CA, US
Michael N Ernstoff
Los Angeles
CA, US
Agent
W H MacAllister
Paul H Ware
Assignee
Hughes Aircraft Company
CA, US
IPC
G02F 1/13
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