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Sid2011

Sony Flexible Color E-paper At SID-2011

Sony unveils flexible color e-paper, new glasses-free 3D LCD displays at SID 2011 and this e-paper has a thickness of 150m and a weight of 20g or less by using a plastic substrate. Other technical features are 13% color gamut on NTSC, a reflectance of 10% and a contrast higher than 100.000:1 and it's pixel consists of red, green, blue and white…
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Ricoh Color Electronic Paper Display

Ricoh's new electronic paper promises greater brightness, enhanced color with 4 times better colour reproduction than what's currently on the market and the new product also is also 2.5 times brighter. Ricoh used a simple lamination method, layering three strips of electrochromic material between two substrates and here's no indication that the…
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Toshiba 367ppi LCDs For Cellphones

Toshiba America Electronic components to showcase 3D and other innovative LCD technologies at SID 2011 and this dvanced 3D display technologies to be featured, as well as LTPS SOG in-cell touch and input technologies. The HD display would carry a resolution of 720 X 1,280 pixels, up from the current 3.5-inch 960 X 640-pixel display of the current…
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Real D and Samsung LCD Completed A License Agreement

Samsung, RealD announce licensing agreement for new LCD-based 3D panels, which promise to deliver full resolution HD images to each eye by integrating active shutter technology directly within an LCD. Samsung and RealD's technology is an answer to the current, widespread use of active-shutter glasses with today's 3D TVs and those glasses require…
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World’s Thinnest Glass Substrate for Touchscreens

Asahi's new slim glass substrate for touchscreen displays gives smartphones svelte silhouettes and the company will start volume production and sales of the glass in late April 2011, targeting at smartphones and tablet computers.This new 0.28mm soda-lime glass is 15% thinner than the company's existing offerings and the skinny new substrate will…
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OLED Microdisplay Based Eyetracking HMD

Fraunhofer IPMS is first off the blocks yet again with their latest thingamajic,the first OLED microdisplay-based eyetracking Head Mounted Device (HMD) in the world over at SID 2011 and the rig is much like a monocle, except with a transparent OLED display inside, which overlays digital information on top of the reflected light that usually hits…
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