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Jul272012

The Display Industry News Roundup for 7.27.2012

Sony sold over 10,000 TriMaster EL professional OLED monitors "Sony's OLED monitors provide a superior image quality compared to LCDs, and the cost difference is not so large because in these premium products the cost of the panel itself is a small portion of the total product cost." via OLED-Info

Did Samsung manage to produce a 350 ppi OLED panel using FMM? "One of the major advantages of current LCDs over OLED panels is the higher possible density (Apple's Retina display for example reaches 326 ppi), so this may be a huge boost for OLEDs." via OLED-Info

Touchscreen Where Physical Buttons Can Appear and Disappear

"Tactus has developed a new touchscreen where buttons can physically morph up out of what seems like flat glass, then disappear when not needed." via Core77

Neonode to Provide Touchscreen for OLPC XO-1.75 Laptop "OLPC, the parent organization that works to get educational laptops into third world schools, is going to release a new device that uses the Neonode’s touchscreen technology." via The Digital Reader

Intel to promote new panel technology at ultrabook ecosystem meeting in Taiwan "Intel has invited Taiwan-based ultrabook supply chain makers to attend an Ultrabook Ecosystem Symposium on July 31 in an attempt to propose various solutions to improve performance-cost ratios, with a focus on high-definition display panels and touch solutions including IGZO panels developed by Sharp and PenTile panels developed by Samsung Mobile Display, according to industry sources." via DigiTimes

Google Adds Touchscreen Handwriting Feature for Search

""Say you’re standing on a busy street corner, in a bumpy taxi ride, talking with a friend, or sitting on the couch with your tablet. Handwrite enables you to search by just writing letters with your finger most anywhere on your device’s screen -- there’s no keyboard that covers half of the screen and no need for hunt-and-peck typing," writes Rui Ueyama, Software Engineer at Google." via tom's hardware

Dallas Police Department’s Fusion Center Next Generation Control Room "Using the strengths of both DLP® projection and LED technology, Christie MicroTiles offer substantially brighter images and a much wider color palette than conventional flat panel LCD and plasma displays. With no practical limit to the number of tiles in a display, Christie MicroTiles produce a virtually seamless canvas with an unlimited number of super-fine pixels." via Digital Journal

 

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