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2011-02-16 ST, bTendo partner on smartphone pico projector
STMicroelectronics and bTendo Ltd have inked a development and license agreement for what is billed as the "the world's smallest pico projector" for smartphones and other portable consumer-electronics devices.
2010-11-03 Microvision produces pico projector prototype with "direct green" lasers
Benchtop prototype of pico projector created using "direct green" lasers
2008-01-07 MEMS made this pico-projector palm-sized
At this week's Consumer Electronics Show, Microvision Inc. will showcase a prototype of its pico-projector, which uses micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) to downsize a digital projector to a palm-sized battery-powered unit.
2011-01-20 Himax unveils USB 3.0 pico-projector solution
Himax' sLCOS USB 3.0 pico-projector solution brings two major benefits: seamless, high-quality video streaming projection and better portability by eliminating the need for external power supplies.
2014-03-11 Creating an efficient MEMS-based pico-projector
Know the considerations for designing a pico- projector that will maximise power efficiency and yet deliver large, bright and crisp images.
2011-03-18 VEE tech makes pico projections clearer
QuickLogic's visual enhancement engine technology dynamically adapts projected content to the viewing environment, achieving an increase in effective lumens without an increase in light source wattage.
2012-03-30 Utilizing LM3435 eval board
Here's a discussion on LM3435 evaluation board designed to evaluate the performance of the device in a typical pico projector application.
2014-09-17 Pico-projectors: Lemoptix enters the picture
Lemoptix has designed what it calls the world's smallest optical engine that works to despeckle displays, removing overly sharp pixels surrounded by obvious circles of black.
2009-08-11 More pico projectors to enter mobile electronics
Due to the capability to overcome screen-size limitations in mobile electronics devices, tiny pico projectors embedded into products such as smart phones are set for a staggering sixtyfold growth in shipments during the next four years.
2008-02-18 MEMS shrink digital projector to pico unit
Microvision Inc. showcased a prototype of its pico projector, which uses MEMS to downsize a digital projector to a palm-size, battery-powered unit.
2009-10-29 Laser driver fits pico projectors in tiny CE apps
Embedded pico projectors will transform how consumer electronics present multimedia by enabling the display of video onto walls.
2010-02-23 DLP chips enable nHD pico projectors for handsets
Texas Instruments Inc. has launched its latest digital light processor (DLP) chip that will enable nHD resolution pico projector modules for the smallest of mobile phones.
2013-07-17 A*STAR IME pushes MEMS scanning mirror for smartphones
A*STAR IME and OPUS Microsystems joined forces to enable phones to project photos and videos on any surface, and with no constrains on the viewing screen size on the mobile devices.
2014-12-05 Inside TI's DLP LightCrafter
Together with his engineering team, Ivan Kuten, head of R&D at Promwad, studied the pico projector (DLP3000-C300REF) offered by Texas Instruments. This is his unboxing report.
2014-06-17 DLP hackers lead projector technology to innovation
Persistent hacking by engineers has brought Digital Light Processing technology to diverse applications, from a smartphone pico projector and 3D imaging to spectroscopy and medical imaging.
2008-12-05 The Future of Display Technology
While wandering the isles at our local department store, I had to pause in the home electronics section and admire the collection of large format LCD and plasma HDTV systems on display. I slipped back in time to when I was a young engineer and could only imagine displays that large and thin.
2015-11-11 Oculus co-founder flaunts better VR headset
Jack McCauley is giving away the license to a better VR headset that beats the top two, Oculus and Valve, by using a microelectromechanical system (MEMS) laser "head" finder.
2011-02-11 Mobile apps platform claims 60% power reduction
Texas Instruments' 28nm OMAP 5 offers up to 3x processing performance and five-fold 3D graphics improvement at nearly 60 percent average power reduction compared to the OMAP 4 platform.
2008-04-14 MEMS markets up for major boom
According to Wicht Technologie Consulting, the current $2.5-million market for MEMS oscillators will grow to $140 million by 2012, and thereafter MEMS oscillators could also begin penetrating the $1-billion market for mobile handset timing chips.
2008-03-26 Kit touts Agilent's complex monolithic optics
A new developer's kit from Agilent is based on the company's complex monolithic optics designs.
2011-05-03 In-Stat: Smartphone processor boom to continue until 2015
Forecasts from In-Stat say that smartphone processor revenue will have an estimated CAGR of 21 percent from 2009 to 2015.
2011-05-17 In-Stat: Internet tops most needed phone apps
In-Stat's latest study shows that the Internet was the most wanted cellphone application in 2010, overtaking GPS as the most desired mobile app.
2013-09-30 Exploring light sources for all projector sizes
Powerful compact light sources are necessary to ensure that image quality keeps pace with this process of miniaturisation.
2009-01-15 Coming soon: HD projector cellphones
Are you ready for cellphones that could generate, play and even project high-definition (HD) video?
2010-03-18 Automotive, CE dip dragged MEMS market in '09
The MEMS chips market dipped 5 percent in 2009 according to Yole Developpement, which blamed the recession in automotive and consumer markets.
2011-09-29 Analyst: New iPad will cost more
The next-generation iPad's higher screen resolution and other enhancements will bump the price up 10 percent, says SmartMobix.
2013-11-12 Analyst: MEMS market to exceed $22B by 2018
The Yole analyst said ST, the MEMS supplier to Apple and Samsung, is the top MEMS chipmaker, followed by Bosch (for cars), TI (for digital light processors) and HP (for inkjet printer cartridges).
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