Tuesday, October 27, 2020

How Plasma TV Came Into Being?

Flat panel display is the in-thing today for large televisions that are 37 inches in size. Flat panel display includes a growing number of several technologies that have nothing but advantages for those who want to truly appreciate them for all that they are.

A plasma TV display panel falls under the category of a flat panel display and is a type of television that is in high demand by those who want the definitive in video display.

How plasma TV came into being? The idea for plasma TV display originally happened in July of 1964 and this was in the USA at the University of Illinois.

Its creator was Donald L. Bitzer, H. Gene Slottow, and Robert Wilson. The plasma display was part of the PLATO Computer System whose displays were somewhat popular in the early 1970s.

However, because CRT displays were a lot more affordable than plasma displays were then, sales started to gradually slip and go down in the latter part of the 1970s. Even though plasma displays were costly. They were still more attractive to the eye in that they had a larger screen size and a profile that was very thin.

Therefore, plasma TV display has been around for a good while overall. Some of the most important events in plasma TV history are as follows:

- Fujitsu presented the very first 21-inch plasma display that was full color in 1992.

- Pioneer started selling the first of plasma TVs to the public in 1997.