The Display that Adjusts Pixels According to Viewing Angle

Submitted by lalit on August 7, 2007 - 2:16am.

Researchers Wayne Cheng and Chih-Nan Wu at Photonics and Display Institute, National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan have developed a new system that allows the LCD to alter its pixels based on the viewer’s location. A camera in the system tracks viewers eye and sends the feed back to a software that adjusts the orientation of liquid crystals in the display and the power feed to light emitting diodes behind each crystal. This process results in a sharp and clear picture regardless of your position and viewing angle. At present the display only works for one person and can be useful for doctors and surgeons who use LCD’s to views medical images.