Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

May 24,2016, Society for Information Display, San Francisco—Hiroyuki Oshima from Japan Display presented a wide-ranging talk on displays, focusing on the next generation of mobile devices. This display category is primed with opportunities, yet faced with many technical challenges to achieve those opportunities. Displays have evolved from the early CRTs to flat panels, first as [...]

January 2016 – At the winter NAMM show in Anaheim, Casio introduced their new composer/arranger workstation designed as the flagship of their professional digital keyboard offering. The MZ-X300 and the MZ-X500 are similar products that are for arrangers that are workstation keyboards that have been outfitted with new sounds, innovative effects and new rhythm content [...]

June 2, 2015, Society for Information Display Symposium, San Jose, CA—In-Byeong Kang from LG Display presented a forward and backward looking view of the display industry in the symposium’s third keynote. The trends and drivers for change are more easily viewed from a historical perspective. Over the past 20 years, displays have changed many parameters, [...]

February 10, 2015, Electronic Imaging Conference, San Francisco—Hironobu Gotoda from National Institute of Informatics in Japan talked about a different approach to lenticular autostereoscopic displays. This work overcomes some of the primary problems of lenticular displays, low resolution and limited angle of view. Lenticular displays use a simple technology to create 3-D images but they [...]

August 5, 2014, Emerging Display Technology Conference, San Jose, CA—Paul Semenza from NPD DisplaySearch, Bob Senior from Canatu, and Sri Srinivas from Raydiance discussed the emerging flexible and curved displays. The drivers for non-planar displays are greater flexibility in design and the conflicting demands for smaller and lighter versus larger screens. Semenza opened with a [...]

February 4, 2014, Electronic Imaging Conference, San Francisco—Gordon Wetzstein from MIT talked about the conjunction of optical fabrication, computational processing, and perceptual tricks to build the displays of the future. Between 1923 in the present, different electronics and optics have gone into TVs over time. One problem, is that the user experience is still the [...]

January 2014 – Steve Koenig, Industry Analysis Director for the Consumer Electronic Association (CEA) delivered his presentation to the media paraphrasing the Julius Verne book “Around the World in 60 minutes”. The presentation updated the global technology market provided by GfK and CEA. GfK is a Boutique Research organization and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of [...]

August 6, 2013, Emerging Display Technologies Conference, San Jose, CA-Charles Annis from NPD DisplaySearch moderated a panel on novel display technologies. Panelists were Bil Cowell from Amorphyx, Andrew Loxley from ClearInk Displays, Yao-Dong Ma from MacroDisplay, and Roger Hajjar from Prysm. Cowell noted that despite the drive to reduce costs through improved glass, the complexity [...]

 May 17, 2011 – Los Angeles, CA – The annual Display Week event from the Society of Information Display (SID) featured a number of new film technologies for the enchantment of images on electronic displays. All of the films involve materials breakthroughs as well as product innovations. Starting from the small – Nanosys introduced a [...]

 At Infocomm, they displayed applications for both TV and display panel like flat screens in the industrial marketplace. Multi-Touch, Ltd of Finland is a maker of “dumb” touch screen displays with embedded speakers. The displays are stackable into a display array These devices are connected to a PC which creates all of the graphics and [...]