Vol 25 - Issue 41

Valve Smoothing

SteamVR Looks to Make VR more Available

by Bob Raikes

Valve has developed a new feature of SteamVR that is called “motion smoothing” and is intended to allow higher frame rates with lower powered graphics cards or higher resolutions with more powerful cards when …

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Tom Likes Asus Monitor

by Bob Raikes

Tom’s Hardware has reviews the Asus ROG Swift PG27U that is an UltraHD monitor with 1,000 cd/m². Although the monitor costs $2,000, the site thinks it is ‘worth every penny’. The monitor has 384 …

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Constantia Flexibles Launches AR-Based Interactive Packaging Platform

by Andrew Fenn

Constantia Flexibles, headquartered in Vienna, Austria, is a producer of flexible packaging for the food and pharmaceutical industries. This packaging could soon be enriched with digital information experienced by consumers via smartphone, allowing brands …

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Dune Adds Projector and Media Players

by Bob Raikes

Dune HD has a new portable projector and a number of new UltraHD media players. The projector is 11 x 11 cm and weighs 330gms. The image size is from 10″ to 120″ and …

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AOC Provides Red Bull with Gaming Monitors for Esports Events

by Andrew Fenn

Display specialist AOC recently announced a collaboration with Red Bull Guardians and Red Bull Kumite, two esports events created by Red Bull. Guardians, a DOTA 2 tournament, took place in London on October 19th …

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Visionox Announces Second 6G Flexible OLED Production Line

by Andrew Fenn

According to OLED-Info, Chinese OLED firm Visionox has announced that it will launch a second 6G flexible OLED production line at its facility in Hefei, China, with a capacity of 30,000 substrates per month. …

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Samsung Sensor Technology Roadmap Leaked Online

by Andrew Fenn

Samsung’s plans to integrate sensors into its OLED display technology have appeared online, after infamous Twitter leaker “Ice Universe” shared an image from the 2018 Samsung OLED Forum in Shenzhen, China. Image: @UniverseIce via …

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NHK Reveals Content Plans for New UHD Channel Launches at Mipcom

by Andrew Fenn

Ahead of their December 1st launch, Japanese broadcaster NHK revealed more information about its two new Ultra HD channels at the Mipcom trade show in Cannes, France. As reported by Advanced Television, one of …

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Fraunhofer FEP Offering OLED Microdisplay Development Kits for AR

by Andrew Fenn

The Fraunhofer FEP will debut a new set of tools for the independent development of wearables using OLED microdisplays at Electronica 2018, which takes place between November 13th and 16th at Neue Messe München …

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LDM Product Roundup Vol 25 #41

by Bob Raikes

Chief has new slim display cabinets that can be less than 10cm (4″) thick, where the display is less than 70mm (2.75″) thick. The cabinets are available for 49″, 50″ and 55″ sizes. JVC …

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Renesas Upgrades Auto SoCs

by Bob Raikes

Renesas has announced E3, the latest in its R-Car family of SoCs which are intended for use in automotive clusters, specifically, 12.3″ displays with 1920 x 720 resolution and featuring 3D graphics. The chip …

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Panasonic Demos Ultra HD Capture-to-Delivery Solution

by Andrew Fenn

Panasonic Systems Solutions Company of North America, a provider of projection, professional display and professional video technologies, showcased a complete Ultra HD capture-to-delivery solution for the rental and staging industry at Live Design International …

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