Sony Develop New Technique for Better LCD Displays

Sony has developed a new system that allows LCD screens to respond quicker to changes. The new technology is called Hybrid FPA (field-induced photo-reactive alignment). What this allows the screen to do is achieve a response time of under 3ms. The technology also improves on stability through the manufacturing process.

The new system follows on from the original FPA technology, but in this case it is now able to align the crystals better with the Hybrid method.

The technology isn’t far from being pushed to market and is actually on display today at IDW. We might even start seeing Hybrid FPA in the coming months in new LCD products.

Via: UberGizmo Press Release here.

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