Home » Posts tagged with » LCD
NPD DisplaySearch Predicts Changes in Mobile Panel Usage

NPD DisplaySearch Predicts Changes in Mobile Panel Usage

Market Intelligence - Mobile displays are showing continued growth with recent evaluations suggesting OLEDs have become the better mobile display.  On the other hand, large displays have been using quantum dots to create expanded color gamuts that rival the OLED technology.  These two technologies seem to now be entering into

This post is available for purchase for $1.  
For subscribers,[login] for free access
For registered Display Central members,[login] to purchase and/or comment
For others,[ Register ] as a Display Central member for free, then purchase the post
Register & Purchase  Purchase Only  Login & Purchase
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 […]

Continue reading …
InfoComm 14 – Planar Shows Strong 4K Line Up

Public/Commercial Displays  -Planar was showing a wide array of 4K displays, ranging in size from 28″ to 98″.  They state that this range is the widest 4K display range in the industry.   Obviously they see a large future for 4K displays in the Pro AV market. As you can see, they want to address […]

Continue reading …
My InfoComm 2014 Impressions

Display Industry – Here we are.  InfoComm 2014 is basically over and all the polished product presentations are being broken down and shipped back to the office.  The main event for the Pro AV industry is closing their doors on Friday and the excitement of the last three days gives way to ‘business as usual’ […]

Continue reading …
Has LCD Innovation Reached the End of the Line?

Display Industry – That’s a great headline. I wish I had written it. The “hed” first appeared on a press release issued yesterday by IHS, which described and promoted the IHS/SID 2014 Business Conference to be held on Monday June 2 as part of SID Display Week in San Diego. The conference is not actually […]

Continue reading …
Interview With Dr. Michael Heckmeier, Merck KGaA Germany

Supply Chain - Everyone in the display industry knows Merck KGaA, Germany as the leading materials company for LCD.  We had a chance to talk to Dr. Michael Heckmeier from the Performance Materials division at Merck and we asked about recent developments and trends when it comes to display materials. Merck is a large company that is […]

Continue reading …
RGB Digital Light Sensor Helps to Optimize LCD Imagery

Display Components – The first practical liquid crystal display was invented about 1971.  During the next 40+ years, scientists and engineers continuously developed means to improve the image produced by the LCD.  Means included advanced electro-optical effects, drive circuitry, backlights, compensating films and the like.  Whenever it seemed that the LCD had become as good […]

Continue reading …
No Trouble With the Curve TVs (Update)

Emerging Technology – The new curve TVs are an interesting display development that found much traction since first released in 2013.  New LCD models were introduced at the recent CES and follow-up DSE trade shows in January and February respectively.  Some see the new curved large display as a gimmick, and that it is an […]

Continue reading …

Public/Commercial Displays – We spent some time at DSE with Sharp’s Gary Bailer, director of product planning and marketing for Sharp Professional displays.  He said Sharp was very serious in helping its customers gain the full benefits of compliance with standards toward keeping a building in compliance with the Americans

This post is available for purchase for $1.  
For subscribers,[login] for free access
For registered Display Central members,[login] to purchase and/or comment
For others,[ Register ] as a Display Central member for free, then purchase the post
Register & Purchase  Purchase Only  Login & Purchase
Continue reading …
Samsung D Series Displays at DSE

Public/Commercial Displays – Samsung was at DSE with a new D Series display targeting commercial and B to B customers that features a new embedded SOC (system on chip) technology and extended tiled display and interactive touch features from the embedded quad core processor.  D series includes sizes that range

This post is available for purchase for $1.  
For subscribers,[login] for free access
For registered Display Central members,[login] to purchase and/or comment
For others,[ Register ] as a Display Central member for free, then purchase the post
Register & Purchase  Purchase Only  Login & Purchase
Continue reading …
Page 1 of 11123Next ›Last »