Multi-touch screen with quantum dots

Multi-touch screen without rear reflecting wall

 

 

Multi-touch screen with quantum dots in lighting is unique in that the image is formed by using LCD crystals, but the screen has no reflecting rear wall as analogues existing in the world. This multi-touch screen is transparent. The user can see all objects behind the screen. Polarization glasses are designed so that after tripping, the glass becomes completely opaque.

The technology is awaiting funding!

 

Description

Application

Advantages

 


Description:

 

Multi-touch screen with quantum dots in lighting is unique in that the image is formed by using LCD crystals, but the screen has no reflecting rear wall as analogues existing in the world.

This multi-touch screen is transparent. The user can see all objects behind the screen. Polarization glasses are designed so that after tripping, the glass becomes completely opaque. Multi-touch screen protected by tempered glass up to 16mm.

In the backlight for the screen is embedded quantum dots. Quantum dots are tiny crystalsthat emit light with a precisely adjustable color value.

 

Technology “quantum dot” is a solution to produce pure spectral colors: red and green (emission spectrum of blue LEDs). As it turned out, this is a relatively inexpensive way to provide close to natural color for LCD matrices.

 


Application:

– as a trainer and training equipment for aviation and space,

– unique advertising medium instead of Windows and Windows

– use in smart homes, museums,

– built-in machines, equipment,etc.

– to combine the real picture behind the screen with interactive touch controls (augmented reality without video cameras).

 

Advantages:

Introduction in illumination of quantum dots allows you to:

– to increase the transparency of the screen to 90%,

– the picture quality is closer to real perception, like color and contrast

– to reduce up to 3 times the energy consumption

– make the screen flexible,

– to reduce the cost of mass production more than 5 times.