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These slides discuss how new forms of lighting and displays continue to emerge and become more economically feasible. For lighting, while compact fluorescent light bulbs are starting to diffuse, improvements in the luminosity per Watt of LEDs (light-emitting diodes) and increases in the scale of LED-based wafers suggest that LEDs (and perhaps organic LEDs) will eventually diffuse and create a number of entrepreneurial opportunities. For displays, increases in the scale of LCD (liquid crystal display) substrates and production equipment have driven and continue to drive dramatic reductions in the cost of LCDs. Second, improvements in the frame rate and pixel density of LCDs are gradually making 3D LCDs economically feasible. Third, improvements in the luminosity per Watt of OLED- (organic light-emitting diodes) based displays are gradually making them more economically feasible. All of these changes will probably lead to the emergence of many kinds of entrepreneurial opportunities. These slides are based on a forthcoming book entitled “Technology Change and the Rise of New Industries and they are the eighth session in a course entitled “Analyzing Hi-Tech Opportunities.”
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