Novel Displays


Hot News – Metasurfaces Can Create Pixels

by Bob Raikes

The concepts and manufacturing techniques that have enabled Moore’s Law can be applied to optics

Tags:ITO| Metasurfaces| Nano Dimension| Novel Displays| Optics| Reflective Display| research| Sensing| showcase| SID| UK (United Kingdom)

Breylon and Zmicro have partnered for Military Applications

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Display start-up Brelyon has teamed up with ZMicro to provide its ‘large display image in a small package’ systems for applications including military vehicles.  Built upon work from the MIT Media …

Tags:Military & Defence| Novel Displays

Innolux Shines a Light on Kirameki and Natural3D

by Bob Raikes

A few days ago, I mentioned a really novel looking display that I saw from Innolux at Display Week, so I thought I’d dig a bit more into it Naoki Sumi from Innolux presented …

Tags:Autostereo 3D| Casinos| Dicom Medical Calibration| Digital Signage| Innolux| Medical| Novel Displays| Retail

New Technique Under Development for Color Tuning LEDs

by Arthur Berman

An international team of researchers headed by Volkmar Dierolf of the Department of Physics at Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA) is developing a new method for tuning the color of the light emitted by LEDs. …

Tags:LED| Novel Displays| R&D (Research & Development)

Over the River and through the Woods

by Ken Werner

Over the River and through the Woods “Over the river and through the woods,To grandmother’s house we go.The horse knows the wayTo carry the sleighThrough the white and drifted snow.” I was thinking of …

Tags:Electrowetting| Novel Displays

What Bob Saw on the Net 25/11/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) New …

Tags:Acer| Amazon| Apple| Aviation| Flight Information (FIDs)| Game Playing| Italy| Litigation| Novel Displays| Remote Controls| Virtual Reality| Voice Input

Nanophotonica Making Nice Strides in EL-QD Solution

by Chris Chinnock

Nanophotonica is a company that has already gotten the attention of many display developers, but they have not been too visible beyond their development partners so far. That may be changing as I recently …

Tags:Novel Displays| Quantum Dots| Vol 25 - Issue 38

Researchers Investigating the Practicalities of Scroll-Like Display Devices

by Arthur Berman

An intriguing display device design is under investigation by a team of researchers at Queen’s University (Kingston, Ontario, Canada). The team is headed by Roel Vertegaal, a Professor of Human-Computer Interaction and the Director …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Novel Displays| Vol 25 - Issue 36

Intel Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Drone Light Show

by Andrew Fenn

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Intel has broken its own Guinness World Record for the most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously yet again, flying 2,018 of its Shooting Star drones over its Folsom …

Tags:Aviation| Back Panel| Intel| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Novel Displays| Vol 25 - Issue 28

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Display Week iZone Highlights

by Steve Sechrist

This was a record breaking year for the iZone at the annual Society for Information Display Display Week. Launched just seven years ago, the innovation Zone or iZone has grown to almost 50 booths …

Tags:3D display| display technology| Electrochromic Displays| Frame Sequential Colour| Large Display Monitor| Light Field Displays| MicroLED| Mobile Display Monitor| Novel Displays| Production Equipment| SID Display Week 2018| Vol 25 - Issue 21

Misapplied Sciences Working on Multiview Displays

by Norbert Hildebrand

If you have never heard of Misapplied Sciences and what they do, you are not alone. When I first read about what they are doing, I was very skeptical that this is real or …

Tags:display technology| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Novel Displays| Vol 25 - Issue 16

A Flexible, Optically Re-Writable LCD is Under Development

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers from Donghua University (Shanghai, China) and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has just reported on advances that the team has made on Optically Re-Writable Liquid Crystal Display (ORWLCD) …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LCD displays| Mobile Display Monitor| Novel Displays| Vol 25 - Issue 16