Surface Polymer Stabilisation in Lcds

Surface Polymer Stabilisation in LCD

Usually, in the polymer stabilisation involves the entire liquid crystal bulk in the LCD. According to our patented method, polymer stabilised is only a tiny liquid crystal bulk layer adjacent to the confining substrates’ surface, thus being invisible for the light.
Such a surface polymer stabilisation is affecting strongly the performance of the LCD changing the anchoring strength, threshold voltage and switching times.

Typical Applications :
– Information display (eg. display panel)
– Smart glasses
– Smart and fast shutters

Own Technologies

Usually, polymer stabilization involves the entire bulk of liquid crystal layer detrimental to optical quality. Our patented method involves surface polymer stabilization of the liquid crystal layer adjacent to the confining substrates’ surface, which becomes invisible for the light and, thus, it does not affect the optical properties… Discover more

Novel LCD electrode structure, so called Perforated Electrode, (PE), is suggested for generating a Fringe Field Switching, enabling to generate images with 360º viewing angle constant contrast... Discover more

Conventional LCDs are electrically addressed. However, a different approach for addressing of the LCDs, such as liquid crystal light shutters, can be employed by incorporating in the LCD photo generated voltage units (PVU) so that the device can be optically and/or electrically addressed... Discover more

Partners Technologies

Besides the two standard bistable states of cholesteric liquid crystals, a third one (hidden image) also bistable, could appear as positive or negative image, depending on the applied driving voltage... Discover more

Fast switching is required in many devices, especially in those performing a real time processing. Our partner patented solutions include two novel LCD modes... Discover more

Within a long-term project with Nissan Chemistry Corporation, Japan, our partner developed a full spectrum of alignment materials for LCDs, which includes materials for Planar (PA), Vertical (VA) and Tilted (TA, 0º<θ<90º) alignment. Photo-alignment materials for PA, VA and TA were also developed in parallel... Discover more

Last updates
June / 1999

“The Electroclinic Response in a Network-Stabilized Cholesteric Phase”

Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. Vol 38 (1999) p. 1470-1473.  The electroclinic effect is a very fast response of the optic axis in chiral orthogonal smectics (like […]