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Improved Color Rendering from GE LED Phosphors

Improved Color Rendering from GE LED Phosphors

Display Materials, Manufacturing & Components – A number of companies are working on improved color rendering technology for displays. For example, a recent Display Central article featured LMU, Philips and Lumileds development of a Europium-based red phosphor.  A lot of press, including Ken Werner’s recent Display Daily, has been given to both OLEDs and Quantum […]

Amazon Phone You Never Buy May Change Everything

3D Displays – Now that the Amazon Phone is out and shipping through its first AT&T distribution outlets, reports are coming in with terms like “gimmicks”, “not enticing enough” or “fails to ignite” in the headlines.  But with first implementation flaws like software elements that are too focused on the Amazon quick sale aside, the Amazon […]

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Of Millennials, Aereo, iPads, and UHDTV

Business & Strategic – It’s late July, and the summer doldrums have definitely arrived. The flow of press releases has slowed to a trickle, and all kinds of strange stuff arrives in my mailbox several times a day – most of it destined for the recycling bin. Even so, there are a few stories worth […]

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A Glass Surface Texture that is Anti-Reflective, Anti-Glare and Water Repellent

Display Materials, Components and Manufacturing – Group Leader Valerio Pruneri and his team at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (Barcelona, Spain) working in conjunction with colleagues at Corning Incorporated (Corning, NY) and the Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (Barcelona, Spain) have developed a technique for producing a glass surface that is both anti-reflective and anti-glare as well […]

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The OLED Firmament Does Not Quake — but it is Vibrating a Little

Mobile Displays – All of AMOLED-land is divided into two parts. Samsung dominates production of smart-phone-sized AMOLED displays, and is now doing the same for tablet-sized AMOLED displays (the first Samsung Galaxy tablets with AMOLED displays are now available in the U.S. market).  Meanwhile, LG still struggles to make AMOLED TVs a mass-market product, but […]

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LG Reveals Signage Display Product Plans

Commercial/Public Displays – Just prior to InfoComm, we received a pre-briefing on LG’s plans for display products for the digital signage market.  Now, we can tell you more about the company’s signage display plans. In the briefing, the company started by noting key requirements for various market segments.  For example, in the transportation segment, 24/7 […]

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Nevada State College Flies High with 3D

Education - Nevada State College (Henderson, NV) is what we like to call a “high-flying” school. In educational circles, that moniker identifies a school that defies traditional expectations and succeeds despite the odds. Nevada State College is beaming proud of the fact that first generation, low income minority students comprise the bulk of their enrollment. The numbers […]

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The Future of Content Delivery

Broadcast & Distribution – I had the opportunity and pleasure to attend this weekend the 100-year anniversary convention of the ARRL (American Radio Relay League, the national association for Amateur Radio in the US). Founded in 1914, ARRL is the largest organization of radio amateurs, or “hams,” in the world.  In addition to seeing the […]

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Samsung Follows the Path of All Winners

Market Intelligence - For many years I have been writing about how Apple made everything right in the eyes of the consumer, and as a consequence, was the CE market leader in sales and profits.  With the release of the Smartphone and the Tablet, Apple was able to create a halo around its brand that helped […]

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What can you Use an 8K Planetarium for?  Lots of Things it Turns Out

Vis/Sim – The other day I had a chance to return to my alma mater – The University of Colorado at Boulder.  There, I got a chance to meet with the team running the newly renovated Fiske Planetarium – a state-of-the-art facility that can handle 8K image files.  What this system can do may amaze […]

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