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Application of Display Technologies for Lighting. L&E 27 (3) 2019

Light & Engineering 27 (3)

Volume 27
Date of publication 08/06/2019
Pages 32-38


Application of Display Technologies for Lighting. L&E 27 (3) 2019
Articles authors:
Viktor V. Belyaev, Donatien K. Nessemon, Andrei A. Belyaev

Viktor V. Belyaev, Prof., Dr. of Technical Science, graduated from MFTI with specialty in Automation and Electronics in 1974. At present, he is a Head of the Theoretical Physics Chair of MGOU and Professor of Mechanics and Mechatronics Department of the RUDN Engineering Academy. Fellow of the Society for Information Displays (SID)

Donatien K. Nessemon, a translator in the field of professional communication (French and Russian languages). In 2012, Graduated from the RUDN Foreign Languages Institute

Andrei A. Belyaev, environmentalist, graduated from MGOU with specialty in environmental geology in 2015. Engineer of the Education and Research Laboratory for Theoretical and Applied Nanotechnology of MGOU

The article is devoted to contemporary overview of development of a number of display technologies, which have been applied or may be applied for creation of new prospective light engineering solutions. The emphasis is on OLED-based technologies and liquid crystalsbased technologies. Examples of their application in automotive industry and architecture are given with consideration of various economic indicators and hygienic and usability limitations.
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