Azumo CEO, Mike Casper, shares functional aspects of display types, lighting options, and typical applications for a beginner’s product development guide.
If you’re looking at a computer monitor, tablet, or car dashboard today, chances are you will see a backlit liquid-crystal display (LCD). And when it’s time to choose a display to include in your next product design, the most familiar option may seem like the best choice.
There is a huge market for backlit LCDs today, but as mini and micro LEDs and organic LEDs (OLEDs) gain prominence in the latest versions of television screens and backlights in Apple’s new generation of tablets, it’s important to get familiar with the range of display types and display lighting available.
To help product developers get started, we’ll break down the basics of these common lighting types and where the display types are a great fit within product design.