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Nevada State College Flies High with 3D

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 […]

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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Color for 2160P (UHD) TV Systems

Broadcast & Distribution – At Display Summit in June, one of the sessions was titled “Pushing Color, Dynamic Range and Frame Rates.”  For anyone interested in improving the viewer experience of UHD displays, the three presentations in this session were eye opening.  In addition, there was a short session titled “Improving the Projected Image,” also important […]

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Breakthrough Nano Ink Empowers Flexible OTFTs

Display Manufacturing and Materials - In Japan, MANA or the International Center for Materials Nanoarchiterctronics announced a new Nano Ink or inks made from nanoparticles that can now be used in low temperature (room temperature) printing of flexible OTFT (organic thin film transistors.)  The group claims they have developed a new technique that overcomes the high […]

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Aereo: Humpty Dumpty Strikes Again

Broadcast & Distribution – I’ve been on hiatus the past couple of weeks, recovering from a heavy teaching schedule at InfoComm and also celebrating the wedding of my son in late June. Even so, I steal a glance at the daily headlines now and then. And it was impossible to ignore the 6-3 Supreme Court […]

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Liquid Crystals that Respond to a Magnetic Field

Emerging Technology – Over the course of years, literally dozens of optical effects have been reported in liquid crystal materials.  A common thread in essentially all of these is the use of an electric field to control the functionality of the associated device.  This is due, in part, because of the relative simplicity of applying […]

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4K TV Does NOT Require Native 4K Media

TV – Repeat after me: 4K TV does NOT require native 4K media. Again: 4K TV does NOT require native 4K media. The reason I’m repeating myself — not only in the previous sentence, but also in echoing other articles I’ve written — is that self-styled experts continue to say that 4K TV will not […]

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Display Industry Trends – Survey Results

On June 30, I sent out a survey to you, our Display Daily readers, seeking your inputs on some of the trends in professional and consumer display-based products.  Over 100 of you responded and so I now want to share those results with all.  The questions and answers are details below, along with a number […]

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