Matthew Brennesholtz


Melatonin, Circadian Rhythm and Displays, Part 2: Some Products

by Matthew Brennesholtz

In yesterday’s Display Daily, I discussed some of the science behind blue light, melatonin and circadian rhythm. In today’s DD, I will discuss some of the products display companies have introduced in response to …

Tags:Blue Light| Lighting| OLEDs| Samsung

Displays, Eye Health and Blue Light

by Matthew Brennesholtz

There has been a lot of talk about blue light from displays and other LED sources recently. On March 6th, TÜV Rheinland announced an Eyesafe Display “Standard”, an industry guide to improve display users’ …

Tags:Blue Light| LCD displays| OLEDs

Glass Cockpits in Aircraft Part 2: Private Aircraft

by Matthew Brennesholtz

In yesterday’s Display Daily, I wrote about glass cockpits in commercial and military aircraft. These airplanes aren’t the only ones that have replaced their conventional aircraft instruments with electronic displays driven by computers. This …

Tags:Aviation| Avionics| Small Medium LCDs

Glass Cockpits in Aircraft Part 1: Commercial and Military

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Most modern aircraft have “glass cockpits”, which means that the conventional electrical, mechanical and vacuum instruments are replaced by LCD screens driven by computer systems. For example, the 737 Max had its first test …

Tags:Aviation| Avionics

Virtual See-Through Tanks from Hensoldt

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Hensoldt Optronics, a German manufacturer of high-performance sensors has introduced the See Through Armor System (SETAS) for armored military vehicles. SETAS has dual sensors – a thermal imager and a full color sensor. These …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Military & Defence| Mixed Reality| Virtual Reality

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13 New Technologies for Video Production Part 2: The Other Twelve

by Matthew Brennesholtz

In yesterday’s Display Daily, I looked at the effects of the SMPTE ST-2110 standards on the design and construction of a new production or post-production facility, as discussed by the six experts at the …

Tags:Post Production| SMPTE| Video over IP (VIP)

13 New Technologies for Video Production Part 1: ST-2110

by Matthew Brennesholtz

On January 15th, the SMPTE New York chapter had a standing-room-only meeting at Cisco’s New York office discussing the practical implementation of the multiple new technologies entering the broadcast, cinema and post-production worlds. The …

Tags:Post Production| SMPTE| Video over IP (VIP)

3D and AR Imaging at NRF

by Matthew Brennesholtz

AT the recent National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show in New York, I attended a session titled “Re-imagining the shopping experience with immersive 3D and AR product media.” To retail companies, “3D” and “AR” …

Tags:3D software| Adobe| Augmented Reality| NRF (National Retail Federation)| NRF 2020| Retail

5G and Wi-Fi 6 at CES 2020

by Matthew Brennesholtz

The world seems to be growing tired of wires, perhaps because the number of interconnections is outgrowing any possibility of wiring them. Not to mention, everybody wants mobile connections and wiring them is just …

Tags:5G| CES 2020| Wi-Fi| Wi-Fi Alliance

Epson Releases EF-100 Streaming Projector at CES

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Last year, May 8th, 2019 to be exact, I saw a demo of the Epson EF-100 Streaming Projector at an Epson event in New York. I saw it under a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with …

Tags:Epson| Laser Phosphor Projectors| LCD Projectors (3LCD)| Streaming Video

Streaming Video to Light Field Displays

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Dr. C. E. Thomas, Founder and CTO of Third Dimension Technologies (TDT) recently gave a SMPTE webinar for members titled “Streaming Model for Field of Light Displays.” Field of Light Displays (FoLD) are what …

Tags:Light Field Displays| Streaming Video