Most TFT LCDs are hard to read under sunlight. They are "washed" out under direct or indirect sunlight, normally.
Recent growth in processor power, multi-media, virtual-reality and networking has demanded more bandwidth than ever before.
TFT LCDs are becoming the norm for small-to-medium size displays in a variety of products within industrial, medical, POS and consumer applications. To pick the right interface, you need to understand them first.
Capacitive LCD touch screens are often referred to as multi-touch screens, as users can often move over a screen, zoom in and out of an image with simple hand gestures. This is due to the capacitive’s sensitive nature.
LCDs create their display with the manipulation of visible ambient light. In the absence of this light, we must add backlighting to make these LCD displays visible.
TFT Touch displays are becoming more prevalent every day. To bring out TFT touch screen's best performance, some design considerations are needed.
When compared to the ordinary LCD, TFT LCD gives very sharp and crisp text/graphic with shorter response time.
Raspberry Pi is a very popular single board machine. Connecting it with a touch screen LCD makes it a lot more useful.