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Controller board targets eDP TFT displays

Controller board targets eDP TFT displays
An autonomous TFT controller board has been introduced by Distec. Featuring a HDMI and a DisplayPort input, the PrismaECO-eDP controls TFT displays via a dual-lane eDP interface. The device, which supports a resolution of WSXGA to WUXGA (1600x900 to 1920x1200), can control the brightness of the display backlight via PWM or analogue voltage or an optional ambient light sensor.
24th April 2015

Quad HD display improves smartphone resolution

Quad HD display improves smartphone resolution
LG Display has launched a QHD (Quad High Definition) LCD panel for smartphones that it says represents a quantum jump in colour gamut, brightness, contrast ratio, touch function, power consumption and thinness. The company has started mass production of the 5.5" QHD LCD panel with IPS technology for mobile devices, to be used in LG’s forthcoming flagship smartphone.
23rd April 2015

Glasswing butterfly effect reproduced for mobile displays

Glasswing butterfly effect reproduced for mobile displays
Researchers of KIT under the direction of Hendrik Hölscher found that irregular nanostructures on the surface of the glasswing butterfly wing cause the low reflection. In theoretical experiments, they succeeded in reproducing the effect that opens up fascinating application options for the displays of mobile phones or laptops.
23rd April 2015


LED indicators come with snap-in mounting

LED indicators come with snap-in mounting
The full range of Apem Q-Series snap-in panel mount LED indicators are in stock at Farnell element14. Available with price breaks for volume purchases the Q-Series is ideal for domestic and commercial applications such as white goods, catering equipment, fire alarm panels, power distribution sockets or battery chargers.
22nd April 2015

Panel accepts simultaneous inputs from multiple styluses

Sharp has developed a touch-panel system that allows multiple handwriting pens (styluses) to be used simultaneously to input text and lines in varying colours and thicknesses. Sharp aims to quickly commercialise the system, which represents a handwriting input method for interactive whiteboards. Handwritten input from a particular stylus can be selected and deleted as desired. 
13th April 2015

Updated software makes customisation of displays easier

Lascar Electronics has announced the latest software updates to its PanelPilot display platform. The new functionality greatly simplifies the process of updating the PanelPilot software with the introduction of an advanced filtering system in the configuration set-up. Users wishing to choose one of the 40+ apps in the software library can now quickly filter suitable meter styles by using a simple ‘Sort menu’, which is a new feature of the library. 
9th April 2015

MCUs enable intuitive UIs in wearables & smart devices

MCUs enable intuitive UIs in wearables & smart devices
STMicroelectronics has introduced MCU chips designed to bring graphics enabling intuitive smartphone-like UIs in the world of wearables, smart appliances and other IoT applications. The STM32F469/479 MCU line delivers this performance through ST’s Chrom-ART Accelerator and the MIPI-DSI technology widely deployed in smartphones and tablets, without higher cost or shorter battery-lifetime penalties.
2nd April 2015

Bespoke HMI displays produce satisfactory results

Bespoke HMI displays produce satisfactory results
Clear, sharp, unambiguous displays are always pivotal to any product design. The chosen display medium is the real-life HMI and must easily convey measurements, messages and instructions from the equipment to the end users. Varitronix provides an affordable and fast custom mono LCD production service - the success of which now accounts for a high percentage of the Varitronix production capability.
2nd April 2015

Mini display visualises & logs CAN data

Mini display visualises & logs CAN data
For the visualisation of CAN data, PEAK-System has developed the PCAN-MiniDisplay for assemblies, with an extended operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C. It provides connections to a High-speed and a Single-wire CAN bus. The graphic representation of the CAN data is configured before using the unit and then is performed on a TFT display with a resolution of 320x240 pixels.
2nd April 2015

Interfaces that touch you back

Interfaces that touch you back
  The industry is working on a multitude of different haptic effects for tomorrow’s touch screens and buttons, writes Sally Ward-Foxton for ES Design magazine.
31st March 2015


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