Reflective Display


Oxford spin-out Bodle secures Series A funding extension

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Bodle Technologies has received funding through an extension to its £6m ($8m) Series A funding round. (Bodle Moves Onto the Next Stage) What We Think Bodle is still in the early …

Tags:Investment| Reflective Display

Where’s E Ink?

by Ken Werner

E Ink dominates the market for ePaper, the class of reflective, very low power display films and panels. The company came to prominence with its monochrome electrophoretic technology, which offered — and still offers …

Tags:E Ink| Electronic Shelf Labels (ESLs)| eReaders| Reflective Display

Bodle Moves Onto the Next Stage

by Bob Raikes

Just before Display Week, I managed to catch up with Peiman Hosseini, a founder of Bodle Technologies, a technology start-up that is developing bistable displays. The company is developing a display application that exploits …

Tags:Electronic Shelf Labels (ESLs)| ITRI| R&D (Research & Development)| Reflective Display

Plasmonics Shows New Potential to Improve Color in Reflective Displays

by Arthur Berman

Plasmonic technology has the potential to be integrated into reflective displays as the means to produce pixels that are extremely compact and that present a wide range of colors. The colors produced using plasmonic …

Tags:Plasmonic Displays| R&D (Research & Development)| Reflective Display

ePaper Displays in 2020 – a Market Snapshot

by Ron Mertens

Most people when they think about ePaper displays immediate think about E Ink. E Ink Holdings (EIH) has been very successful in bringing its ePaper displays to the market – and today these are …

Tags:Bistable| E Ink| Electrochromic Displays| Electronic Shelf Labels (ESLs)| EPD (Electrophoretic)| Reflective Display

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

A New Approach for Reflective Displays

by Arthur Berman

Plasmonic metasurfaces are a promising technology for use in reflective display applications. Reasons for this include the ability of this approach to produce pixels that can have a wide color gamut and a high …

Tags:Metasurfaces| Plasmonic Displays| R&D (Research & Development)| Reflective Display| UK (United Kingdom)

Clearink Driving on with Low Power Display

by Bob Raikes

Clearink is an intriguing company that I have been writing about since it came out of stealth mode in 2016 at SID and was one of my four highlights of that event. It has …

Tags:EPD (Electrophoretic)| Reflective Display

Optimizing Frontlighting for Reflective LCDs

by Ken Werner

“Selecting and Customizing Display Products,” held by the SID Los Angeles Chapter in Costa Mesa, California on February 8, 2019, was the latest in a long-running series of annual one-day display conferences. The last …

Tags:EPD (Electrophoretic)| Reflective Display

Flex Lighting Claims Improved EPD Contrast

by Bob Raikes

Flex (Film Lighting Experts) is a US-based developer of films for lighting applications, including films to optimise the performance of films used with front-lit eReader displays.The company said that the company’s technology allows the …

Tags:Barrier Layers (Films)| E Ink| EPD (Electrophoretic)| Mobile Display Monitor| Reflective Display| Vol 25 - Issue 28

Samsung To Develop QD Glass LCDs

by Bob Raikes

Samsung’s Display business had a private meeting room at ISE and was talking about its plans for the future of its large display LCDs. The first product that we looked at was a development …

Tags:ISE 2018| Large Display Monitor| LCD Panels| Quantum Dots| Reflective Display| Samsung Display| Vol 25 - Issue 06

Summertime = Display Complaints

by Norbert Hildebrand

Summertime is here and with it come a lot of complaints about the readability of displays and mobile displays in particular. This is especially true for the Northern hemisphere where the sun is now …

Tags:display technology| Outdoor Displays| Reflective Display| Smartphones| Vol 24 - Issue 28