An article both broad and deep.
I skimmed the article — then I read the highlights again — then I started to dig into the details. So much good material in there.
Off-hand, I can only think of one display type you might have missed: the oscilloscope, a device with a fairly long history in art, used today by practitioners like Benton C. Bainbridge.
I think it sufficiently different from even analog TV to warrant its own category — many of the possibilities that you have in analog TV, like color or even non-global brightness, are missing, but in compensation you have direct, analog control over every oscillator and envelope in the system.