Vol 23 - Issue 19


Large LCD Shipments Fall, but Area is Rising

by Tom Allen

Shipment area of large (9″+) TFT-LCD displays will rise 5% YoY in 2016, despite unit shipment declines, says IHS. Total area shipped this year will reach 168 million m². LG Display will lead the …

Tags:AUO| BOE| CSOT| IHS Markit| Innolux| Large Display Monitor| large displays| LCD Panels| LG Displays (LGD)| Market Shares - Panels| Samsung Display| Vol 23 - Issue 19

Vo3SS Redesigns Vodafone VoD Service

by Tom Allen

Vodafone Deutschland has chosen 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) to redesign its Select Video VoD service. 3SS delivered new software to enhance the functionality of the service, building on existing middleware. The new VoD store …

Tags:Back Panel| Germany| Large Display Monitor| VOD| Vodafone| Vol 23 - Issue 19

Eyevis to Use ColorSpark in DLP Engines

by Bob Raikes

Eyevis of Germany was showing its ESP range of DLP-based LED projector engines which are widely used in aircraft and automotive simulators. The company has supplied projectors for 17 aircraft simulators being developed by …

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ITEC 2016 Round Up

by Bob Raikes

At the back of the hall, one company, Dauntless, had set up its simulation system in an area that allowed two users to move around, wearing VR headsets. On the displays were the scenarios …

Tags:Epson| ITEC 2016| Large Display Monitor| Rugged Displays| Simulation| Vol 23 - Issue 19

JVC Highlights Blu-escent Engine

by Bob Raikes

JVC was showing the latest version of its DLA-VS2500 UltraHD laser phosphor projector and had the light engine, which it calls the Blu-escent engine, in a display case on the booth. The unit uses …

Tags:ITEC 2016| Large Display Monitor| Laser Phosphor Projectors| LCOS| Vol 23 - Issue 19

Canon Shows 4K LP LCOS Prototype

by Bob Raikes

The value of going to this kind of show for news was shown when we got to the Canon booth. The company had a prototype (serial number #001!) three panel 4K LCOS projector based …

Tags:Canon| ITEC 2016| Large Display Monitor| Laser Phosphor Projectors| LCOS| Simulation| Vol 23 - Issue 19

Esterline Adds “Channel” Product

by Bob Raikes

Esterline bought Barco’s simulation business last year as the Belgian company focused on its core display components. Esterline supplies complete display systems in a number of different ranges under the Treality brand, and using, …

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ITEC Has Interesting Displays

by Bob Raikes

ITEC is the annual exhibition for the military/defence simulation business in Europe that is equivalent to the US I/ITSEC which we have reported on for several years. This is the first time that we …

Tags:ITEC 2016| Large Display Monitor| Military & Defence| Simulation| Vol 23 - Issue 19

Sony Returns to Crystal LED With CLEDIS

by Tom Allen

Micro LEDs are reckoned to be a potentially very disruptive technology, for both large and small screens (“The Only Disruptive Technology at Display Week”). Since SID 2015, more and more stories have been appearing …

Tags:Avixa (was Infocomm)| Large Display Monitor| MicroLED| Mobile Display Monitor| sony| Vol 23 - Issue 19

RAPT’s Solas Platform Enables Touch Customisation

by Tom Allen

Ireland-based RAPT Touch has introduced a new software platform, Solas, which provides developers with the tools to work with RAPT’s second-generation reference designs. Customers can use Solas to customise and enhance the experience of …

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Leader Demos Broadcast Monitor Updates at BIT

by Tom Allen

Leader Electronics Europe will be at BIT 2016 (Madrid, 24th – 26th May) to show off updates to its LV5490 waveform monitor. The 9″ display has three new options: HDR measurement (supporting Dolby’s PQ …

Tags:12G-SDI| Back Panel| Broadcast Monitors| Events| Large Display Monitor| Spain| Vol 23 - Issue 19| Waveguide Display

Xi’an Cinema has First Christie Projector

by Tom Allen

Christie continues to make progress with its laser projectors in China, having recently supplied one of its 6P models for an installation in the Oscar International Cinema in Xi’an. The cinema comprises nine auditoriums, …

Tags:6p Laser| Back Panel| China| Christie| Large Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 19