Pushing the logic forward, the next big thing we are expecting to see in smartphone technology is only-screen-and-no-bezel trend. Some tech enthusiasts are even predicting a future smartphone concept where the display screen will encompass...
Newhaven Display Announces the Launch of New 4.3" Arduino Shields with Capacitive or Resistive Touch
Newhaven Display, a global leader in premium quality display devices, recently launched the Arduino Shields customized for their 4.3" capacitive or resistive touch TFT display line. The new 4.3" Arduino Shields, a significant addition to the company's...
Plug and play options are great for many reasons; mainly, they make things easier since there is little work that needs to be done to get the equipment functioning. In this video from FDI Products, we’ll look at an out-of-the-box NXP iMX7 Sabre Board...
A popular member of Vishay’s portfolio of LED display modules, high-brightness LEE-128G032-1 was initially launched as a replacement of its popular APD-128G032 plasma display. Showcasing superior display characteristics for low to medium-level...
WPG Americas would like to introduce you to Tony Cannone, Regional Display Solutions Specialist (RDSS) for the East Coast supporting customer applications and backing the Field Sales Team.
WPG Americas would like to introduce you to John Cronise, Regional Display Solutions Specialist (RDSS) for the West Coast. John supports customers west of the Rocky Mountains with their display and embedded computing application needs.
Sharp’s 1.33” (diagonal) Color Memory LCD is a high-resolution, 8-color stripe display, delivering smooth graphics and flexibility to showcase today’s rich, custom content. Because of its transmissivity, a backlight may also be added for visibility in...
With the smartphone revolution already in the late innings, it’s the wearable device that’s the new consumer favorite. And why not? Wearables have applications in a wide range of industries, including health and medicine, fitnes...
Over the last decade and a half, there have been two display interfaces in industrial LCD applications — digital RGB and LVDS. For lower resolutions (VGA and below) it was mostly digital RGB, while higher resolutions like WVGA and above used LVDS.
Athar has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Southeastern Oklahoma State University and worked as a design engineer for 13 years. Following that, Athar was an FAE at NuHorizons, Future and Arrow Electronics where he managed engineering groups and...