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Crystal Clear: Pioneering the Last 60 years of Display Technology Innovation & Looking Into the Future

by Sri Peruvemba

From large outdoor interactive screens on buildings to tiny displays in wristwatches, the display industry has created applications and entire industries over the past 60 years, transforming our entire society. Just take a look …

Tags:Augmented Reality| display technology| EL (Electroluminescent)| Electrochromic Displays| Electrowetting| EPD (Electrophoretic)| LCD displays| OLEDs| Rear Projection

Top 10 Tech Display Trends to Watch in 2021

by Sri Peruvemba

Big, order-of-magnitude changes are going to continue to come to display tech during 2021. Devices will be smaller, smarter, and more nimble. From phones to cars to AI, display technology will change the way …

Tags:Automotive| Digital Signage| E Ink| MicroLED| Pen Input| TADF

The “Wow” Factor is Just the Beginning (Part 2)

by Sri Peruvemba

Yesterday, I covered the development of several types of 3D displays and today I’m moving on to look at the practical applications. Here is the link to yesterday’s article (The “Wow” Factor is Just …

Tags:3D (Three Dimensions)| CAD-CAM-CAE| Holographic Displays| SID Display Week 2021| Simulation

The “Wow” Factor is Just the Beginning (Part 1)

by Sri Peruvemba

They say a picture’s worth a thousand words. In 3D displays, it’s worth a million. The new generation of holographic displays creates an astounding effect of depth-of-view and enables the human eye to perceive …

Tags:3D (Three Dimensions)| Holographic Displays| SID Display Week 2021

What to Expect from DisplayWeek 2020

by Sri Peruvemba

DisplayWeek 2020, the premier event for the display industry hosted by the Society for Information Display (SID), will be held on August 3-7 this year. The entire experience will be online. So what can …

Tags:R&D (Research & Development)| SID Display Week 2020

Seeing the Light: Are Displays Creating a Myopic Generation?

by Sri Peruvemba

Most emissive display devices use backlit LCD screens that emit a powerful light—equal to a car headlight before it’s filtered–directly into our eyes. It’s generally accepted that the blue light emitted by phones, tablets, …

Tags:Blue Light| E Ink| Health and Safety| Reflective Display