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Display Technology News Roundup 8.3.2016

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Microsoft Wants Businesses To Start Playing With Its HoloLens Headsets " Microsoft’s “mixed-reality” enterprise push has begun. Microsoft released its HoloLens augmented reality headsets to software developers back in March, and now it’s trying to drive them into the enterprise. " via Fortune

Talking Tech: Route 66 Solar Roadway " A husband and wife team came up with the idea of lining roadways with solar panels. They’ve raised over $2M in an online crowdfunding campaign to get this project off the ground; they’ve also received funding from the Department of Transportation as well. " via Kasa

LG Display to Invest $1.75 Billion in OLED Display Production " SEOUL— LG Display Co., one of the world’s biggest makers of display panels used in smartphones and televisions, said Wednesday it would invest 1.99 trillion Korean won ($1.75 billion) to produce flexible organic light-emitting diode, or OLED, displays for use in mobile phones. " via Wall Street Journal

Qeexo’s Touchscreen Software Tech Keeps On Improving " Qeexo is a software company building a suite of touchscreen products for the future using existing hardware. Instead of redesigning existing touchscreens and their controllers, the company is using smarter software to determine how the user is operating the device. " via Android Headlines

LG 4k OLED, 1000 times faster than LED " It is a popular saying that a picture is worth a thousand words. But what about a picture that is a thousand times faster than the regular Liquid Electric Display, LED television? This is how you define LG’s new 4k OLED TV. LG’s CURVED 4K OLED TV combines the intense detail of UltraHD with the superior contrast and rich, accurate colour peculiar to the OLED. " via Vanguard

Photocentric to tease future of LCD 3D printing at TCT Show " If you were a visitor to last year’s TCT Show you may remember a 3D printer debut from photopolymer company, Photocentric, who chose the flagship UK show as the place showcase its first entry into the 3D printing hardware market. The machine in question was a sub-£500 Liquid Crystal 3D printer which uses a 10-inch, high resolution LCD screen and specially formulated visible daylight resins to rapidly produce high quality models, particularly for the jewellery industry. " via TCT Magazine

Sharp Pulled Down by Weak Display-Panel Sales " TOKYO—Sharp Corp. on Friday reported a net loss of 27.5 billion yen ($266 million) for the fiscal first quarter because of sluggish sales of its display panels. The loss for the April-June quarter was larger than the Y13.4 billion average loss expected by analysts, according to data provider Quick. That compares with a Y34.0 billion net loss booked by the electronics maker in the same period last year. " via Wall Street Journal

DEAD PIXEL HAVE YOU DOWN? THESE TRICKS MIGHT REVIVE IT " Once you notice a dead pixel, it’s hard to think of anything else -it will keep drawing your eye and driving you a little more crazy with each glance. While you could shell out big bucks in repairs, or replace the display entirely, there’s often no harm in trying a few quick troubleshooting methods to see if you can snap the pixel back into shape without have to resort to costly services and outside alternatives. " via Digital Trends

Apple iPhone 8 Will Boast Amazing Glass Screen " Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) normally gets a lot of the tech world’s attention around this time of the year. For Apple product fans, the arrival of Fall signifies the start of the tech company’s new release season. Expected this September is the iPhone 7 as well as the next edition Apple Watch. However, expert sources and comments from the iPhone-maker’s supply chain suggest a very mild upgrade will come along this year. Apple Inc. is reported to be saving a revolutionary upgrade for its 2017 iPhone. " via ValueWalk

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