Privacy enhanced computer display

Wednesday, 14 September 2005, 3:12 AM EST

The privacy-enhanced computer display uses a ferroelectric shutter glasses and a special device driver to produce a computer display which can be read only by the desired recipient, and not by an onlooker. The display alternately displays the desired information in one field, then the inverse image of the desired information in the next field, at up to 120 Hz refresh.

At Mitsubishi.

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