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Advanced Color ePaper indicates bright turn for low-power displays

Advanced Color ePaper indicates bright turn for low-power displays
The Advanced Color ePaper has been announced by E Ink, which the company tags as "Advanced" and as a "Breakthrough Technology" for color electrophoretic display (EPD) applications. There are numerous terms and acronyms accompanying the technology but they can be explained—and are worth reading about as they relate to the future of displays all around us. First, electrophoretic: E Ink is the creator of electrophoretic, or, electronic ink—the optical component of a film used in EPD.
26th May 2016

CDS introduce low cost full HD display monitors

CDS introduce low cost full HD display monitors
Crystal Display Systems have introduced their commercial and professional monitors to the display monitor market. Their budget-friendly commercial grade ProCom range is available from 32″ to 84″. The displays utilise the latest LED backlighting technology and offer improved brightness and contrast as well as drastically improving their lifespan and reducing their power consumption.
19th May 2016

Turning the entire lower arm into a touchpad

Turning the entire lower arm into a touchpad
Since the advent of smartwatches, technologists have been looking to expand interactions beyond the confines of the small watch face. New technology developed by the Human-Computer Interaction Institute’s (HCII) Future Interfaces Group at Carnegie Mellon University suggests turning the entire lower arm into a touchpad.
17th May 2016


Large QHD monitor with premium 4-sides 'borderless' design

Large QHD monitor with premium 4-sides 'borderless' design
Display specialist AOC adds a new borderless 27″ monitor to its Style line. The AOC Q2781PQ once again impresses with an ultra slim design and asymmetric stand, but this time comes with QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and a 4-side 'borderless' AH-IPS panel. With excellent picture quality and features such as Flicker-FREE technology, the monitor meets the needs of style conscious home users and professionals alike.
12th May 2016

Silver nanowire films enable flexible touch-screens

Silver nanowire films enable flexible touch-screens
Researchers from the University of Surrey have described how silver nanowires are proving to be the ideal material for flexible, touch-screen technologies. Led by Professor Alan Dalton and in collaboration with M-SOLV, an Oxford-based touch-sensor manufacturer, the research also explores how the material can be manipulated to tune its performance for other applications.
11th May 2016

HMI displays introduce enhanced safety support

HMI displays introduce enhanced safety support
The VSX family of HMI displays for mobile applications from Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) feature support for safety-orientated use cases in accordance with SIL2. Offering a range of different sizes and a sophisticated toolchain for graphic programming, the new VSX-series represents an innovative HMI generation, providing users with scalable functionality.
10th May 2016

PCAP touch displays feature customised protective glass

PCAP touch displays feature customised protective glass
Distec now upgrades PCAP touch displays with their proven VacuBond Optical Bonding. Its efficiency has been proven by successful certifications in various customer applications in the fields automation, automotive, avionic, railway, land vehicles, MIL and outdoor.
9th May 2016

Holographic flexible smartphone renders 3D images

Holographic flexible smartphone renders 3D images
Researchers at the Human Media Lab at Queen’s University have developed the world’s first holographic flexible smartphone. The device, dubbed HoloFlex, is capable of rendering 3D images with motion parallax and stereoscopy to multiple simultaneous users without head tracking or glasses.
9th May 2016

Stretch information panels bring 24/7 reliability

Stretch information panels bring 24/7 reliability
The new stretched professional information display (PID) panels from Samsung Semiconductor Europe are available from distributor Display Solutions. The panels come in 29-inch (1920x540) and 37-inch (1920x540) with a 49-inch (1920x540) version arriving in the near future. Samsung’s stretched PID panels are manufactured using a native glass sizes and are NOT machine cut and reassembled.
3rd May 2016

LED arrays deliver high lumen density

The portfolio of lighting-class LEDs at MSC Technologies has been extended with CreeXLampCXB1310 and CXB1520 High Density LED arrays. Incorporating elements of Cree's SC5 Technology Platform, the new LEDs deliver the highest lumen density at 6mm and 9mm - the most lumens in the industry for their LES [light emitting surface] sizes.
27th April 2016


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