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Fraunhofer IIS Does Lightfield Movie Production Test

by Chris Chinnock

At the Technology Summit for Cinema, Frederik Zilly of Fraunhofer IIS told a very interesting story about the making of their first movie using light field production techniques. Over the last couple of years, …

Tags:3D Depth Cameras| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| Light Field Cameras| NAB 2015| Post Production| Vol 22 - Issue 16

Fraunhofer to Show Flexible Encapsulation Films

by Tom Allen

Fraunhofer FEP will present test results for its barrier and transmission films, which have been exposed to weather for one year, at SVC 2015 (Santa Clara, USA, 25th – 30th April). Flexible electronic components …

Tags:Curved Displays| Digital Signage| E Ink| Film materials| Flexible Displays| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 14

Fraunhofer’s Microdisplay has Colour and Scalable Resolution

by Tom Allen

Fraunhofer FEP will present a new OLED microdisplay at HMI 2015 in Hannover next month (13th – 17th April), which will combine display and camera functions. The new full-colour unit is bi-directional; it is …

Tags:Fraunhofer| Gaze Recognition| Germany| Microdisplays| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 22 - Issue 13

Fraunhofer Stacks OLEDs for Colour Tunability

by Tom Allen

Fraunhofer COMEDD has developed colour-tunable OLED lighting panels, and showed them off at the recent LOPEC event in Munich, Germany. Photo credit: OLED-InfoColour tunability is the feature most desired by lighting designers after flexibility, …

Tags:Fraunhofer| Germany| Large Display Monitor| Lighting| OLEDs| Vol 22 - Issue 11

07 Fraunhofer Working on QD LEDs

by Bob Raikes

Christian Ippen is from the Fraunhofer IAP and he also talked about QDs, which the Fraunhofer is researching. His introduction covered some of the ground that 3M had been over. The Fraunhofer uses an …

Tags:Electronic Displays 2015| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| LED| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Quantum Dots| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 22 - Issue 09

Fraunhofer Hosts Organic Electronics Course

by Raverstead

Fraunhofer FEP will run a course on organic electronics, including OLEDs, on 10th March in Dresden, Germany. OLED lighting, OLED-on-silicon, encapsulation and roll-to-roll technologies will be among those covered. Registration is €650. To register, …

Tags:Back Panel| Fraunhofer| Germany| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Organic TFTs| Vol 21 - Issue 48

Fraunhofer Examines Bi-Directional Data

by Raverstead

Fraunhofer had a large stand divided into several different sections, each of which was dedicated to a different branch of the institute. LiFi technology was being shown by Fraunhofer IPMS. Two units, roughly 2m …

Tags:Electronica 2014| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Networks| Vol 21 - Issue 44

Electronica Will Feature Components and Displays

by Raverstead

Ultra-thin and integrated capacitors will be shown by Fraunhofer IPMS’ Centre for Nanoelectronic Technologies (CNT) (A4.113). The capacitors will have a high capacity and features specially-tailored for industrial applications. A compact capacitor has been …

Tags:CNTs (Carbon Nanotubes)| Electronica 2014| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Sunlight Readable Displays| Vol 21 - Issue 44

Fraunhofer Investigates Flexible Lighting

by Raverstead

Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is funding an OLED project at Fraunhofer FEP. The R2D2 project will investigate production processes and technologies for manufacturing flexible OLEDs. R2D2 is primarily focused on …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 21 - Issue 44

Fraunhofer IPMS Presents MEMS-based 3D Laser Scanning Technology at Vision 2014

by Helen Vince

Laser Scanning Technology – Fraunhofer researchers have developed a 3D laser scanner with a light-travel time measurement system that is based on the human eye and that can focus on key sections of an image …

Tags:3D Content Creation| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 44

360-Degree Cameras Becoming More Popular

by Helen Vince

Augmented/Virtual Reality – With the maturation of augmented and virtual reality, the need for 360-degree content is increasing. Users want to immerse themselves in a world that is different in every direction. To do …

Tags:360 Degree Cameras| Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 41