Today, many people find imagining a world without the convenience of widespread LCD display technology difficult to envision. Modern people owe much to the pioneering work of a Victorian Era German physicist, Otto Lehmann. His research helped lay the foundation for the eventual development of LCD displays such as those created by an LCD module manufacturer like Microtips Technology. Last January 13th, people celebrated the 160th anniversary of his birth.
Of course, modern LCD technology remains highly sophisticated in nature. A liquid crystal display, or “”LCD,”” depends upon a fine liquid crystal solution that does not emit light. It remains securely trapped between two ultra-thin polarized sheets, enabling the screen to provide rapidly changing information across a single surface.