Vol 25 - Issue 33


Is IFA a Little Quieter? What’s Next?

by Bob Raikes

We managed to get this week’s issues done, despite the distraction of IFA, where press events started on Wednesday – thanks to the team for their help with this. So far, there is not …

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Barco Upgrades Prometheus 3 Chip DLP Projector

by Bob Raikes

Barco’s high end home cinema group, Barco Residential, has launched the latest version of its high end, three chip DLP Prometheus III projector which has a laser light source. The unit supports native 4K …

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IHS: Automotive Displays to Maintain Healthy Growth in 2018

by Andrew Fenn

The global demand for automotive display systems is expected to continue a strong growth path in 2018, according to a recent analysis from IHS Markit. OEM production of the three primary automotive display systems …

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Kyulux Signs Joint Development Agreement with Samsung

by Andrew Fenn

Kyulux, a thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) and hyperfluorescence developer, has been engaged in a joint development focusing on blue TADF and hyperfluorescence with LG since January 2018. Now, the company has forged a …

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Mirrorcle Technologies Demonstrates a Programmable Light Source

by Arthur Berman

Mirrorcle Technologies Inc. (Richmond, CA) recently provided public demonstrations of a prototype MEMS-based programmable light source. The purpose of the demonstrations was to illustrate the qualities of the image that can be projected usng …

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Avegant Closes $12 Million Round of Funding

by Andrew Fenn

Avegant has announced today that the company closed $12 million in Series AA funding from new investors Walden SKT Venture Fund and China Walden Venture Investments III, as well as previous investors. Avegant CEO, …

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Panasonic Announces Move Out of the UK Ahead of Brexit

by Andrew Fenn

After 15 months of deliberation, Panasonic has announced it will move its European headquarters out of London to avoid potential corporation tax issues and difficulties moving people and products brought on by the UK’s …

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Statista Reveals Which Phones Emit the Least Radiation

by Andrew Fenn

Having already revealed the current phones which emit the most radiation, Statista has released a chart that looks at the opposite end of the scale. While conclusive longitudinal research on the effects of cell …

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Reducing OLED Panel Cost

by Ken Werner

In my last couple of Display Dailies, I’ve written more or less obsessively — okay, more — about the costs and prices of premium TV panels. Two weeks ago, I suggested that LG had …

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DOOH Study Shows That Moving Images Get More Attention

by Andrew Fenn

The results of AM4DOOH — a research project carried out by the international consortium APG SGA, Clear Channel Outdoor, Exterion Media and JCDecaux, together with the OoH World Federation FEPE International — have been …

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IHS: Super-Large TV Panel Market to Almost Quadruple in 10 Years

by Andrew Fenn

Demand for super-large TV panels (60″ and larger) is burgeoning and annual shipments will nearly quadruple, ten years after first topping 10 million units back in 2016, according to IHS Markit. Annual shipments of …

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IDC: Smartphone Volumes Poised to Return to Growth

by Andrew Fenn

While the worldwide smartphone market is expected to decline again in 2018, IDC believes the market will experience low single-digit growth from 2019 through the end of its forecast in 2022. Analysts forecast worldwide …

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