Liquavista announces LiquavistaVivid – new display technology

Liquavista today announced a new display platform named LiquavistaVivid.  It sounds a lot like Pizel Qi, actually. From the press release:

Liquavista BV, today announced the launch of its next product platform LiquavistaVivid.  Bringing a level of performance unparalleled by other transflective displays, LiquavistaVivid is the ultimate, highly versatile, intelligent adaptive display; specifically developed to support a broad range of feature rich, multi-functional consumer electronic devices.LiquavistaVivid offers the best high brightness monochrome reading experience both indoors and outdoors, while also offering hi-fidelity video and super-rich colors on demand. Depending on environment and application, LiquavistaVivid displays can intelligently switch from a sharp, paperlike monochrome mode, to a vivid color-rich multimedia mode, with TV like color in order to provide the highest level of performance in each intelligent user mode. Each mode comes with seamless interactivity and hi-fidelity video capability. As with all Liquavista technology platforms, LiquavistaVivid displays come with the added benefit of the widest dynamic addressing range of any display technology. This allows Liquavista displays to support hi-fidelity video without compromising on power, whilst at the same time supporting ultra-low power static reading modes.

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