What happens to Sharp's Memory LCD when its put to the test in cold temperatures? Chris Frank and Todd Stonewall of Sharp demonstrate just that when the Memory LCD goes head-to-head with a bi-stable display in the following video; check it out!
Curved displays, a relatively new entrant in the display market, are expected to attract huge interest among electronic manufacturers in diverse application fields including TVs, monitors, gaming, and automotive for the heightened and immersive viewing...
Jorjin Technologies is a provider of modular processing, sensing and wireless connectivity solutions, enabling customers to bring innovative products to market in the shortest timeframe at a competitive cost.
The demand for OLED — the latest arrival in the world of display technologies — is gaining significant momentum from countless applications available in the display market today. Lately, the technology is drawing huge attention due to its...
LED displays have been an integral part of the display market for some time now, but its latest advancements in the past two years, particularly on the technology front, have led to the development of numerous new-generation products for release...
Wearable devices are everywhere; they have transformed our lives. While mobile devices and smartphones have made an impact on our consumption of information, wearable devices have opened a whole new world of communication and interaction – from anywhere.
4K Ultra-HD or 4K UHD is currently a top trending topic in today's consumer TV landscape. With four times the resolution of conventional HD displays, 4K Ultra HD offers unparalleled improvement in picture clarity over existing HD resolutions.
We've outlined the prime reasons leading to the phenomenal rise in demand for OLEDs while also discussing the underlying features that make these displays so unique.
Vishay’s LEE-128G032B, a bright red LED display module integrating 128 x 32 LED graphics displays with drive electronics and + 5-V HC CMOS-level video interface, belongs to the company’s portfolio of high intensity LED displays.
As forecasted by IDC, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for wearable devices is foreseen at 20.3%, totaling to almost 213.6 million units to be shipped by 2020.