- Multi-primary color display
Multi-primary color display is a display that contains an additional primary colors to the standard RGB colors - cyan, magenta, and yellow. This technology, in theory, could reproduce all color gamut which the human eye can see.
In 2010, Sharp introduced Quattron, an LCD television with an additional yellow pixel color.
Display technology Video displaysCurrent generationEidophor · Electroluminescent display (ELD) · Vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) · Light emitting diode display (LED) · Cathode ray tube (CRT) (Monoscope) · Liquid crystal display (LCD) (TFT · LED · Blue Phase) · Plasma display panel (PDP) (ALiS) · Digital light processing (DLP) · Liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS)Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) · Organic light-emitting transistor (OLET) · Surface-conduction electron-emitter display (SED) · Field emission display (FED) · Laser TV (Quantum dot · Liquid crystal) · MEMS display (iMoD · TMOS · DMS) · Quantum dot display (QD-LED) · Ferro liquid display (FLD) · Thick-film dielectric electroluminescent (TDEL) · Telescopic pixel display (TPD) · Laser phosphor display (LPD) Non-video 3D display Static media Related articles Comparison of display technology
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