FREE

Subscribe to the display technology news roundups. You can also post your own content in the open section.

Display Industry News Roundups
Delivered via email

Twitter
146-inch 3D 4K 4K2K 8K ACEP Amazon AMOLED AMS767KC04-1 Anti-reflective Apple Apple Watch AR AUO Automotive Automotive Displays Avionic Avionics Backlight Belkin Blue phase LCD Blue Wave Semiconductor Blue Wave Semiconductors BOE burn-in Buyer Capacitive touch CCFL CES CGS children China Circular LCD Clothing OLED CMI Corning CRT Curved D33 Digital signage Display Dynamic Range E Ink EE Ink Eink Electrofluidic imaging Electronics Electrowetting End-of-life EOL notice E-paper Fingerprint sensor Flexible Flexible display Flexible OLED Flexi-LCD Force Touch Foxconn Gesture recognition Glossy displays Google Glass Gorilla Glass Graphene HannStar Haptography HD Head-mounted display Heads up display High End Panels HKC Holograph Hot Offer Huawei Human Machine Interface Hybrid IGZO In-cell touch Industrial display InFocus Infrared Innolux Interactive iPad iPhone iPhone X IPS ITO ITRI Japan Japan Display Jasper Display JBD JOLED Kindle large-size LCD LCD LCD iPhone LCD Prices LED LG LTPS Market Mate 20 Medical Micro LED Microdisplay MicroLED Micro-LED Micro-LED TV microsoft Military Military displays Mini LED Monochromatic Multitouch Nano Cell Technology Nanowire News Roundup OFET OLED Organic Semiconductors Panasonic Paperwhite Patents PCAP Philips PHOLED Phone Pixels Plasma Plastic Logic PlayNitride Plessey Polarizer POLED POS Screen Projected capacitive Projector QLED Quantum Dot Quantum dots Quantum Materials Corp Rugged display Samsung Sanan Optoelectronics Sapphire Seren Sharp SID SmartKen Smartwatch Solar Solar-Tectic Sony South Korea Stereoscopy Stocks Substrate Sunlight readable Tactile Taiwan Tariff TCL Technology TFT Tianma TN touch Touchscreen Trade War Transparent TV Ultra-High Resolution Ultrastable Films unbreakable undefined US Video wall Virtual Reality VR Vuzix Wearable XTPL
Tuesday
Apr052016

Display Technology News Roundup 4.5.2016

Image via WFTV

Display Alliance is sponsored by Smarter Glass ( www.smarterglass.com ) , a leading distributor and solutions provider with nearly 15 years specializing in the global LCD display industry and PCAP touchscreens. This blog is an open resource for the display industry and welcomes content and sponsorship from readers. Contact us to discuss how we can work together on Display Alliance. For display panels, visit the Smarter Glass display database to search and compare thousands of panels side-by-side.

UCF researches work on extreme-temperature resistant LCD screens "University of Central Florida researchers said they’ve found a way to solve the problem of an electronic device malfunctioning due to extreme temperatures. The new technology can be used in every future touchscreen device to keep cellphones or GPS’ screens working in the most extreme temperatures." via WFTV

CES 2016 TV tech: 4K yawns, high dynamic range dawns "The presentation will discuss how all capacitive touch screens (CapTouch) work well in demos and on the bench but when they are installed in real world applications, problems can start occurring. This presentation will provide delegates with the information and solutions needed to ease CapTouch implementation. " via Cambridge Network

Quantum Composers Adds New Touchscreen Technology to Laser Lines "Quantum Composers, a leading manufacturer of lasers and systems, launched a new touchscreen controller for simplified control of laser systems. The all new Smart Controller is an easy to use extension for manual repair systems that may include a microscope setup and has the functionality to control the systems energy, firing mode, rate, and slit size and shape." via SATPR News

Mobile AMOLED displays just got cheaper than LCD "Flagship phones have been adopting AMOLED panels in favor of LCD for a while now. Top phone manufacturers are opting for the improved battery hours and flexibility in features such as Samsung’s Always-On Display, which shows battery life and date around the clock without too much of an impact on battery life. The display technology is used in most modern phones, laptops, smartwatches, and televisions." via Digital Trends

Touchscreen Controller enhances usability of laser systems "Quantum Composers, a leading manufacturer of lasers and systems, launched a new touchscreen controller for simplified control of laser systems. The all new Smart Controller is an easy to use extension for manual repair systems that may include a microscope setup and has the functionality to control the systems energy, firing mode, rate, and slit size and shape." via ThomasNet

Finally, a big screen for travellers: Thales reveals 21inch seatback TV designed to fit on the back on an economy seat "A new type of airline seating is set to make economy flights a lot more enjoyable. A French company called Thales has developed massive LCD touchscreen displays called 'Digital Sky' built into the backs of economy seats." via DailyMail UK

Sharp, Under Foxconn, Aims to Excel in Smartphone Displays "Success for Sharp Corp., newly under the control of Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group, may boil down in large part to whether it can stay ahead in the fast-changing technology for smartphone displays." via Wall Street Journal

50 Engineers in Taiwan are secretly developing New Display Tech for Apple "The OLED screens (which are already being used by Samsung in a number of its smartphones) would allow Apple to create thinner, lighter, brighter and more energy-efficient smartphones and tablets as the technology doesn’t need a separate backlight to power the display." via Albany Daily Star

Quantum Dot (QD) Display Market Worth $3.96 Billion By 2022: Grand View Research, Inc. "Increasing awareness regarding energy-efficient displays is expected to boost global quantum dot display market growth. Surge in demand for advanced QLED powered TVs has propelled industry growth." via PR Newswire

What did you think about today's news? Leave a comment here and share your thoughts.

PrintView Printer Friendly Version

EmailEmail Article to Friend

Reader Comments

There are no comments for this journal entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.
Editor Permission Required
You must have editing permission for this entry in order to post comments.