Vol 25 - Issue 04


Barco Looking Into Relocation of Norway Manufacturing Activities

by Andrew Fenn

Barco has confirmed it is studying a possible relocation of the manufacturing activities of its Barco Fredrikstad AS location in Norway, while further building out its local R&D and business development activities. The Fredrikstad …

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Star Wars-Themed Projection at Oslo’s Colosseum Cinema

by Andrew Fenn

The Colosseum Cinema in Oslo, Norway is treating Star Wars fans to a 10-minute pre-show featuring a battle between Starfighters and X-wings before every screening of the latest film in the franchise, Star Wars: …

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Large Panel Makers See Little Change

by Yvette Raikes

Large panel shipments for the four main companies we track were 20.312 million in December, falling 2.7% MoM but up just 0.6% YoY. AU Optronics reported December revenue of NT$25.84 billion ($873.8 million), down …

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WaveOptics announces Augmented Reality partnership with Coretronic Corporation

by Bob Raikes

WaveOptics, a designer and manufacturer of diffractive waveguides, announced a partnership with Coretronic, the Taiwanese-based worldwide number one provider of DLP projection solutions. This partnership is intended to advance AR system integration, while lowering …

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LDM CES 2018 Catch Up

by Bob Raikes

Micro-Star International (MSI) showed a range of monitors for gaming at CES under the Optix sub-brand. There are two 27″ curved monitors with 1800R and using VA panels to support 144Hz refresh and 1ms …

Tags:CES 2018| Large Display Monitor| LED| Mixed Reality| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Vol 25 - Issue 04

MDM CES Round-up

by Bob Raikes

Boarding VAR is from France and was part of the French contingent in the Eureka Park. The company believes it has a solution to the problems caused by VR upsetting people by causing motion …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Automotive| CES 2018| Crowdfunding (Kickstarter etc)| Kopin| Microdisplays| Mobile Display Monitor| Notebook Shells| OLEDs| Smartphones| sony| Vol 25 - Issue 04