Forth Dimension Displays (ForthDDTM) develops, manufactures, and supplies the world's most advanced microdisplays using a proprietary, fast-switching liquid crystal technology.Performance advantages: Our technology is all digital. There are no RGB sub-pixels, no separate RGB beams, no tilting mirrors. We process images purely in the time domain - the 4th Dimension. And we do it on just one chip.This combination allows both amplitude and phase modulated imaging. It provides high native resolution, full 24-bit colour for showing high-speed motion. Our technology is well-matched to the new LED and laser diode light sources.
Cost advantages: The single chip has no moving parts, so it is built using standard CMOS wafer processes. The absence of separate RGB light paths enables our customers to use simpler, lower cost optics in their system integration.
A portfolio of more than seventy patents protects our unique Time Domain Imaging (TDITM) technology.
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