OLEDs and LCDs make way for Prysm LPD display technology

Jan. 15, 2010
January 15, 2010--Prysm (San Jose, CA) publicly launched its new display technology called laser phosphor display (LPD), a new category of large format displays. The company says LPD technology has the lowest power consumption and environmental impact in the display industry (even compared to LCDs), along with freeform flexibility, long-lasting performance, and brilliant picture quality. LPD images are created by using a laser engine to excite a phosphor screen.

January 15, 2010--Prysm (San Jose, CA) (www.prysm.com) publicly launched its new display technology called laser phosphor display (LPD), a new category of large format displays. The company says LPD technology has the lowest power consumption and environmental impact in the display industry (even compared to LCDs), along with freeform flexibility, long-lasting performance, and brilliant picture quality. LPD images are created by using a laser engine to excite a phosphor screen.

Prysm says LPD displays are “ecovative,” meaning they consume up to 75% less power consumption than other display technologies, and are made with low impact manufacturing processes and non-toxic materials, translating into the lowest cost of ownership and carbon footprint of any large format display. The displays are long lasting, since LPD utilizes long-life semiconductor lasers and a self-calibrating architecture to deliver uniform image quality for years of trouble-free use. The allow for free-form displays, with any shape, size, and resolution allowing for innovative dynamic environments. And, LPD delivers high brightness, high resolution, high contrast, and natural color content with zero motion blur.

“Prysm’s technology addresses the key segment of large-area displays with the promise of low power operation and scalability,” said Paul Semenza, Sr. VP at Display Search (www.displaysearch.com), the leading display market research firm. “This type of technology could open up new markets in consumer and professional applications.”

Founded by Amit Jain and Roger Hajjar in 2005 under the name Spudnik, Prysm’s patented LPD technology is supported by over 100 employees and leading manufacturing and component supply partners worldwide.

--Posted by Gail Overton; [email protected]; www.laserfocusworld.com.

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