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A New RGB Tunable Filter Technology

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Abstract

Field-sequential color displays and digital color cameras require tunable filters with high-throughput, saturated colors, and rapid switching between bands. ColorLink has developed a new digital tunable filter technology that provides >37% average transmission of unpolarized light in each primary band, saturated colors, sub-millisecond transition times between colors, and view-angles exceeding ±30°. Performance improvements are derived from proprietary color polarizer and achromatic liquid crystal switch technologies.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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