Multimedia LCD projection systems technologies/comparative analysis/technical Evaluation

Guruprasad, R (1998) Multimedia LCD projection systems technologies/comparative analysis/technical Evaluation. Technical Report. National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore, India.

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Application graphics packages on the Microsoft Windows platform like Core1DRAW, Microsoft PowerPoint, Draw Perfect, Freelance Graphics, WordPerfect Presentations and many similar packages have indeed brought about a total revolution as far as professional presentations are concerned. Elegant graphics combined with innumerable fonts (quot;the right font for the right occasion and mood makes all the difference!quot;) is becoming the real strength of mass media agencies as well as scientific and business organisations. This combined with an ideal projection system to display information on a large screen to cover a wider audience is the order of the day if one is to project an organisation's strength and capabilities to the outside world and make an impact nationally and internationally. In this document, the importance of multimedia projection systems, the general description of a liquid crystal diode (LCD) based system, fundamental principles and functions of a liquid crystal projector, the LCD technology and its practical applications and advantages have been elaborated. Most importantly,the document describes how the NAL MultiMedia Group went about procuring a stateof- the-art multimedia projection system for the Laboratories late in 1997.

Item Type: Monograph (Technical Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Multimedia LCD projection systems;Liquid crystals;LCD technologies;Technical evaluation;Comparative analysis
Subjects: MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTER SCIENCES > Systems analysis and Operations Research
Depositing User: Mrs Neetu Chandra
Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2006
Last Modified: 24 May 2010 04:11

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