Genoa Color announced today that it had received a U.S. Patent for a multi-primary color LCD display. The company was granted U.S. Patent number 7,268,757 for “Device, system, and methodology for color display” for an LCD using multiple primary colors.
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"This patent strengthens our intellectual property in the LCD display space," says Genoa CEO Ilan Ben-David. "With more than 80 patents pending worldwide, we expect to receive other key grants protecting our multi-primary color innovations in the near future."
The system works by adding additional colors to the traditional red, green and blue including colors like yellow and cyan. Some photo inkjet printers use this same method for achieving better colors and image quality. Genoa says the new technology would allow for the reproduction of the full cinema gamut where as many panels today only cover 92% of the color gamut.
Via Genoa Color