Rick Sharp

Another Angle on Display's Future By Gary Arlen President, Arlen Communications "Contrast, Uniformity and Brightness" (call it the CUB criteria) is Ray Kwong's mantra as he explains the "ScramScreen," his company's vision for bringing the price of, let's say, a 52-inch flat display down to the $2,000 range. Moreover, prototype versions are barely seven-inches deep—further suggesting a breakthrough competitor to the LCD, DLP and plasma competitors now reaching the market. Predictably, Scram Technologies Inc., the Maryland company that Kwong heads, is juggling its engineering agenda with marketplace realities, like any tech-centric start-up. It has signed a licensing agreement with Samsung to manufacture the ScramScreen,

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