Type of fixed-pixel projection television that uses a chip illuminated by a lamp to produce the image--as opposed to projection technologies that use CRTs. Examples include Epson's 3LCD, DLP and LCoS rear-projection HDTVs.
A rear-projection video display based on a fixed-pixel technology such as DLP, LCoS, or LCD.
A general term covering several different technologies used in digital rear-projection and front-projection TVs. These displays produce large images; the "micro" refers to the postage stamp-sized image chips that create the images. Microdisplay types include DLP, LCD, and LCoS
a small display array created using industry standard semiconductor manufacturing techniques
refers to a very small electronic display device that can be suspended near the eye and viewed through magnifying optics or used with higher magnification optics to project an image.