From CRT to LCD—and the film that helped make it happen!

In the not so distant past, televisions and computer displays contained large and heavy cathode ray tubes (CRTs) to produce their images. Today, however, we use light and thin liquid crystal displays (LCDs), which make televisions and computers a much more attractive and convenient part of our daily lives.

At the same time, LCDs have greatly evolved as well. The tiny, monochrome LCDs of the past have grown into the huge, colorful LCD panels of the present, allowing us to view all kinds of content with ease. But did you know that behind this innovation lies a film developed and produced by Fujifilm? A thin sheet of WV (wide-view) Film enhances our lives in offices and living rooms around the world.