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2002-10-24 Sharp LCD technology reduces response time to <25ms
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas is introducing its proprietary ASV LCD technology that offers up to 1700 viewing angle.
2010-06-21 Serdes chipset delivers real-time, bidirectional control
National Semiconductor rolls the FPD-Link III family of Serdes chipsets featuring real-time, bidirectional control channel for driver-assist video cams
2003-10-30 NEC LCD modules feature enhanced pixel resolution
NEC LCD Technologies Ltd has announced that it has started sample shipments of its 21.3-inch QXGA TFT LCD modules.
2006-02-08 Sony touts Cell processor for real-time tasks
Real-time computing will bring a paradigm shift for both the PC and semiconductor industries, according to the president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment
2006-11-01 Silicon IR detectors promise smallest pixel
ULIS, a developer of uncooled IR detectors, announced its 25?m family of amorphous silicon IR detectors, including the UL 02 15 2, UL 04 17 1 and UL 03 19 1.
2003-01-30 BNS light modulator offers true greyscale response
Boulder Nonlinear Systems has announced the availability of its 256-by-256 analog liquid crystal SLM that offers true greyscale response
2005-11-16 Ultrafast LCD panels break 4ms barrier
New design materials and manufacturing processes are allowing faster LCDs than ever before.
2004-12-16 Samsung boosts output on 3Mpixel image sensor
Samsung is gearing up for the next wave in camera phone technology by increasing production of a 3Mpixel CMOS image sensor.
2005-01-03 Display dapples in performance, but industry is hopeful
This year, the market for TFT-LCD is colorless due to the continuing price decline and serious inventory surplus.
2007-10-31 Video content analysis is essential in security and surveillance applications
Video content analysis, also known as video analytics, electronically recognizes the significant features within a series of frames and allows systems to issue alerts when specific types of events occur, speeding real-time security response
2008-01-16 VCA: Raising video security to a new level
There is a push to develop methods that will significantly increase the effectiveness of monitoring security and surveillance video. Video content analysis (VCA), also known as video analytics, electronically recognizes the significant features within a series of frames and allows systems to issue alerts when specific types of events occur, speeding real-time security response
2014-04-28 Sensors cross the megapixel threshold
The CMOS image sensor race in applications ranging from automotive to sports analytics and food inspections moves beyond the megapixel battle and is defined by a more complex criteria including frame rates, sensitivity, integration time, and light sources
2003-02-10 Photomultiplier offers 6mm position resolution
The 85011 Planacon MCP-based photomultiplier from Burle Ind. Inc. provides a 6mm position resolution when used as a discrete pixel device
2012-12-04 Challenges of display integrated with touch
Know the opportunities and challenges that still exist with this technology, as well as the response of the discrete sensor vendors
2015-02-13 Utilising LEDs for LCD backlighting (Part 2)
In Part 2, we will begin with a look at the market trends that have driven the evolution of LED LCDs. This will be followed by an exploration of the optical design techniques used in today's displays.
2015-06-24 Transitioning to advanced displays
The embedded electronics world is being swept along by the consumer trend of adding a screen to many systems. This creates a new challenge for design engineers taking their first step into this world.
2004-02-10 The importance of OLED drivers in TFT apps
The information display has become the visual interface between humans and systems with CRTs dominating the display market for tens of years.
2007-07-31 TFT-LCDs offer 'slimmest' border, 'highest' contrast ratio
AUO claims two breakthrough technologies for mobile device applicationsa 2.2-inch transflective panel featuring the world's slimmest border of 0.9mm, and a 2.7-inch panel with the world's highest contrast ratio of 2,100:1.
2003-02-21 Sony LCD achieves 3,000:1 contrast ratio
Sony Corp. has announced the development of the SXRD LCD that achieves a panel contrast of 3,000:1 with Full HDTV resolution.
2005-03-16 Samsung with two new displays
Samsung rolled out two new powerful display solutions designed to meet the needs of today's most demanding pro and commercial apps.
2003-12-01 Samsung releases 57-inch TFT-LCD panel for HDTVs
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the development of what it claims is the world's largest 57-inch TFT-LCD panel for HDTVs.
2004-07-19 Osram expands graphic display offering
Osram Opto Semiconductors announced the newest addition to its Pictiva line of graphic display products.
2010-04-21 OLEDs want a slice of TV market
In the long term, TV is poised to be a key application for OLED. While it is not likely to be as large a market as mobile phones, the value of OLED panels for TV could reach $1.7 billion by 2016.
2006-07-17 OLEDs see action in mobile future
The OLED market will reach $1.23 billion this year, said forecaster DisplaySearch, with the CAGR for OLEDs at 57.1 percentthe highest among all flat-panel displays.
2008-05-21 OLED power driver ups image quality in small displays
TI has introduced an OLED power driver designed to enhance image quality for small form factor displays up to 2.5-inches.
2003-10-01 NEC TFT-LCD realizes 250cd/m? brightness
NEC LCD Technologies Ltd has developed a 21.3-inch TFT color LCD module that incorporates the company's SA-SFT, and realizes a viewing angle range of 170.
2003-07-30 NEC releases 8.4-inch XGA TFT LCD modules
NEC Electronics America Inc. has developed the 8.4-inch XGA TFT color LCD module that incorporates the company's SFT and IPS technology.
2008-08-06 LEDs solve Olympics' need for gigantic panels
There is only one existing technology that can be tapped to display images large enough for arena use and are viewable even in direct sunlight: the LED.
2008-07-01 LCD, plasma successors make headway
LCDs and plasma screens may be the dominant choice for TV sets today, and LCDs the displays of choice for almost every other application, but a pair of upstart technologies is vying to replace them.
2006-08-16 LCD tech widens visibility angle
Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corp. has developed Photo Fine Vistarich, a new technology for widening the viewing angle of LCD panels.
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