Vol 24 - Issue 48


LG Display to Move Balance of OLED TV Panels to Larger Sizes

by Bob Raikes

The ETNews of Korea reports that LG Display plans to try to switch more and more production of its OLED TV panels to 65″ and 77″ sizes to counter the increased penetration of 65″ …

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TiVo, Altice USA Deal Continued

by Bob Raikes

TiVo has confirmed that broadband communications and video service provider, Altice USA, has selected TiVo services to support its service offerings under an expanded six-year agreement. Altice USA has broadened its licence to the …

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The Acer Windows Mixed Reality Headset

by Arthur Berman

Mixed Reality capability has been included as part of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Mixed Reality is Microsoft’s name for the combination of augmented reality and virtual reality. In conjunction with the release …

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The Garmin HUD+

by Arthur Berman

The HUD+ product represents an effort by Garmin Ltd. (Olathe, KS) to “bring the futuristic heads-up display technology found in some luxury vehicles to the masses.” Although the HUD+ has been on the market …

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Magic Leap Shows … Something

by Bob Raikes

Magic Leap has finally shown something of its hardware, although it chose to do those through an article in Rolling Stone. However, little was really revealed. The company showed an unusual looking headset, the …

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The Giant Head: “As We Are”

by Matthew Brennesholtz

At the Greater Columbus Convention Center, local artist and professor at the Columbus College of Art and Design, Matthew Mohr has created a 14’ (4.3M) giant head using 14 LED ribbons. GCCC visitors have …

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3 Screen Solutions Plans Android TV for CES

by Bob Raikes

3 Screen Solutions (3SS), la provider of customized software solutions and services for multiscreen digital entertainment said that its 3READY Custom Launcher will be shown by Google as part of its very latest Android …

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DFF Updates on its Activities

by Bob Raikes

The Deutsches Flachdisplay-Forum e.V. (DFF) has updated on its work this year. It has had a number of events 3 working group meetings & system integration platform 4 automotive display platform meetings plus a …

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VR Headsets to grow at 140% CAGR

by Bob Raikes

Canalys, an analyst, has forecast that standalone VR headsets will see a CAGR of 140% to reach 9.7 million units in 2021, from 1.5 million in 2018. The company expects 70% of sales next …

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LG Show New VR Headset at Game Developers Conference

by Andrew Fenn

LG recently showed off its forthcoming VR headset, believed to be named UltraGear, at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. A month ago, we reported on patent documents that showed a LG VR …

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German TV Celebrates Its 65th Birthday

by Andrew Fenn

German television turns 65 this Christmas. TV was launched in the German Democratic Republic on December 21st 1952, and four days later on Christmas Day, 1952 in the Federal Republic of Germany. During that …

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New ViewSonic Networkable Projectors Feature High Brightness

by Bob Raikes

ViewSonic in the US launched four new projectors, the PG705HD and PG705WU, which both produce 4,000 Ansi lumens of brightness and the PG603X and PG603W which are 3,600 output. Resolutions from the lamp-based DLP …

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