LCD display technology--MVA display
MVA (Multi-domain Vertical Alignment) displays can offer wide viewing angles, good black depth, fast response times, and good color reproduction and depth. Each pixel within a MVA type TFT consists of three sub-pixels (Red, Green and Blue). Each of these sub-pixels is divided further into two or more sub-pixels, where the liquid crystals are randomly lined up due to the ridged polarized glass.
How it works:
1. Light is generated from a backlight source, typically LED. Light is generated as close to white spectrum.
2. Driver ICs will logically control to activate pixels on or off.
> Inactive LCD pixels will block light.
> Active pixels will open with the direction of the light to let it pass through.
3. Top Circular polarization is added to enhance contrast.
4. Color is added through a color filter to all sub-pixels (R,G,B).