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Links mid-Week Ending 2nd September 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the middle of this week. A new use for LCDs in better 3D …

Tags:3D Printers| Desktop Monitors| HDR - High Dynamic Range| Market Data| MMD (AOC Philips)| Projectors| Smartphone Market| SVOD| Testing| Training

Optics and Gravel

by Kenneth Li

Last week, I (Bob the editor) wrote a Display Daily on metasurfaces and the ways that new techniques are being used to bring new and quite dramatic changes to optics – and which may …

Tags:3D Printers| Metasurfaces| Optics

New 3D Printing Method Can Fabricate Freeform, Transparent OLEDs

by Arthur Berman

A research team within the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the Nano Science Technology Institute at Yonsei University (Seoul, Korea) is developing a 3D printing technique that enables OLEDs to be printed …

Tags:3D Printers| InkJet Deposition| Korea| OLEDs| R&D (Research & Development)

3D Printing Moves AMLCD’s Beyond Displays

by Steve Sechrist

In case you missed it, a new 3D printing system, just recently commercialized, is using TFT LCD technology as a photo mask with an array of UV LEDs as a planar light source, to …

Tags:3D Printers| LCD| Vol 25 - Issue 09

DS11 Mapping Getting Easier says Christie

by Bob Raikes

Jeevan Vivegananthan is from Christie and his topic was projection mapping. At the moment this is often used for large events and there are architectural mapping projects as well. Arenas such as basketball courts …

Tags:3D Printers| 3D software| Display Summit 2016| Infocomm 2016| Large Display Monitor| Projection Mapping| Vol 23 - Issue 24

CeBIT Reseller Hall Round-Up

by Bob Raikes

Acer was on the API booth and was said that in monitors, it was currently a case of “Go bigger or go home”. It said that interest in 21:9 models is increasing and that …

Tags:3D Printers| CeBIT 2016| Desktop Monitors| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Projectors| Virtual Reality| Vol 23 - Issue 10

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3D Printing of Optical Components with Glass

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Additive Manufacturing (AM), better known as 3D printing, has taken off since a patent on the topic was issued in 1984 to Charles Hull who used a photo-crosslinkable polymer material. Most current 3D printing …

Tags:3D Printers| Glass| Large Display Monitor| MIT| Mobile Display Monitor| Optics| Vol 22 - Issue 44

Of Continuous Liquid Processing (CLIP) and Modular Devices

by Steve Sechrist

Word has come to light of a new continuous liquid interface process (CLIP) for short, that allows 3D ‘printed’ objects to rise out of a kind of primordial (resin) stew – in whole, “grown” …

Tags:3D Printers| display components| Google| R&D (Research & Development)| Solution Processing| Vol 22 - Issue 13

3D Print Your Own Computer

by Raverstead

3D printing has been getting more and more advanced, but we didn’t think we’d reach this level quite yet. The world’s first 3D-printed laptop, the Pi-Top has been successfully funded on crowdsourcing sight IndieGoGo. …

Tags:3D Printers| Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 45