Display systems that can be controlled with simple electronics and are compatible with CMOS technology have conquered the world in all areas of life. LCD displays (liquid crystal display) are based on an optical, anisotropic effect. This effect is achieved by different arrangements of liquid crystals such as VA (vertical alignment), MVA (multi vertical alignment) or TN (twisted nematic). These passive, monochrome displays modulate the light between two polarization foils and are dependent on the applied alternating voltage. This results in an easily readable display system. Thanks to modern processes, we are able to produce LCD displays that are very customer-specific and in various shapes.