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There is an extensive and excellent paper by Prof. Hirohisa Kawamoto on the "History of Liquid Crystal Displays" (Proc. of the IEEE, april 2002) that details the process from its initial steps at RCA, through many years of research and development of products by many people in different places, employing different technologies, and culminating with Sharp's manufacturing of the 14" display used for television.

It has already been pointed out that there is another IEEE Milestone approved for the Liquid Crystal Displays; the interrelations between them are not quite clear to me; we should be sure there are two different facts worthy of two different milestones.

Juancarlos23:41, 13 August 2013
 

There is an extensive and excellent paper by Prof. Hirohisa Kawamoto on the "History of Liquid Crystal Displays" (Proc. of the IEEE, april 2002) that details the process from its initial steps at RCA, through many years of research and development of products by many people in different places, employing different technologies, and culminating with Sharp's manufacturing of the 14" display used for television.

It has already been pointed out that there is another IEEE Milestone approved for the Liquid Crystal Displays; the interrelations between them are not quite clear to me; we should be sure there are two different facts worthy of two different milestones.

Hiro47ghn13:37, 14 August 2013