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CamFPD Wedge Display promises another cheaper flat display

Joshua Fruhlinger
November 24, 2004
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CamFPD, a spinoff from Cambridge University's Department of Engineering (a way to make money privately, in other words) have fashioned the Wedge Display.  It's a flat display that is only a few millimeters thick, and uses projection technology to cast images.  Using an LCD projector at the end of the wedge, it bounces bounces light through the wedge until it reaches the angle at which it escapes and leaves the face of the screen as light.  Could be a nice way to create an extremely flat LCD projection TV.

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