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Six Degrees Space sub-millisecond Optical rotation sensor for Nausea-free VR/AR/MR

Posted by Charbax – July 21, 2017

Six Degrees Space high speed tracking technology has the potential to eliminate the user nausea that is currently one of the biggest barriers to widespread market penetration of VR/AR/MR technology. They are currently developing a revolutionary, high-accuracy, high-speed, inside-out optical rotation sensor for VR applications, working towards a full 6dof product. Locking onto room illumination features, the sensor provides a drift-free bearing output with true sub-millisecond latency. In addition to VR/AR application, the sensor can be adapted to be used in any application that requires a high speed response based on an existing light source. Filmed at the I-Zone startups and New Tech Demos area at the SID Display Week.

PI-SCALE, European Flexible OLED pilot line

Posted by Charbax – July 21, 2017

PI-SCALE is an open access pilot line offering world class capability in customizable flexible OLED lighting, enabling the latest in flexible OLED lighting innovations to be quickly turned from R&D to mass manufacturing. The pilot line brings together Europe’s experts and state-of-the-art infrastructure for flexible OLED fabrication. The light features they offer are unique in the world and the service they provide allows their customers in the automotive, design lighting, and other industries to make first-of-a-kind innovative products and bring them to a level where they are ready to be transferred to a mass production facility. Filmed at the I-Zone New Ideas and Startup area at the SID Display Week.

Reflective Electrowetting Displays by South China University

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 21, 2017

South China University shows their transflective Electrowetting full video speed display technology is an e-paper display that is meant as an alternative to leds for lighting such as advertisements and light shows. Filmed at the I-Zone New Ideas and Startup area at the SID Display Week.

Flexible OLED Displays by New Vision at I-Zone of SID Display Week

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 19, 2017

New Vision is a startup spinning out of the South China University of Guangzhou China showing their plastics based flexible AMOLED technology using an oxide TFT backplate, enabling entirely new designs of electronics as new categories of products with flexible unbreakable displays can be made. Nuvision currently shows 400ppi Flexible AMOLED but they will also be able to soon present Flexible OLED with pixel densities of up to 1000ppi. Filmed at the I-Zone startups and New Tech Demos area at the SID Display Week.

Candlelight OLED (Blue hazardous free) by the National TsingHua University

Posted by Charbax – July 19, 2017

Deepak Kumar Dubey, Research scholar at the Nano Organic Photonics Devices Lab, Dept. of Material Science & Engineering at the National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan presents their Blue hazardous free Candle light-style organic light emitting diode based lamp. Increasing studies report that blue light to possess a potential hazard to the retina of human eyes, secretion of melatonin and artworks. To devise a human and artwork-friendly light source and to also trigger a "Lighting Renaissance", they demonstrate here how to enable a quality, blue-hazard free general lighting source on basis of low color-temperature organic light emitting diodes. This blue-hazard free candlelight OLED desk lamp (2,000K) is made by the collaborative effort of National Tsing Hua University and WiseChip Semiconductor Inc. It is presumably 20 times safer in terms of retinal protection and 10 times better for melatonin generation as compared with the 5000K blue light-enriched white light. It is friendly to human eyes, physiologies, artifacts, ecosystems, the environment, and night skies, besides being free from UV, flickering and glare etc.

Holographic Thermal Floating Image by Yamamoto University

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 18, 2017

Floating image displays can provide a tactile response in the form temperature transmission. For example an image of a fire can make you feel heat while an image of a snowflake provides a cold feeling. Infinity mirror air provides project light source vertically and horizontally using a small strip of light. Yamamoto university also has technology for projecting 3D objects into its hologram. Filmed at the I-Zone New Ideas and Startup area at the SID Display Week.

LLvision OLED Smart Glass

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 18, 2017

LLvision smartglasses are smart glasses that use OLED display technology and feature a 20 degree field of view. Smartglasses are often used for enhanced or augmented reality such as games of information of nearby businesses. Filmed at the I-Zone of the SID Display Week.

7000 Nits Display by Lincoln Technology

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 18, 2017

Lincoln Technology has the brightest display in the world at 7000 nits. 7000 nits is possible, but isn't always necessary. Brighter displays are better for digital signage, general visibility and outdoor usage. Filmed at the SID Display Week.

Peratech 3D force-sensing Touch sensors

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 15, 2017

Peratech 3D multi-touch matrix sensors unlock the next-generation in HMI experiences, enabling new gestures, simplified interfaces, and endless flexibility. So sensitive they can be integrated under multiple top surfaces including plastics, metals, glass and flexible displays. Better still, they can be deployed in curved applications. Because our matrix sensor can be dynamically reconfigured through firmware, a single or small number of sensor design(s) can fit multiple applications, dramatically reducing development and tooling costs. Peratech 3D multi-touch sensors are low power, immune to EMI and water events, work with gloved hands and passive stylus, and can be transparent as well as opaque. Filmed at the SID Display Week.

Guardian Industries Silver Touch Film for Transparent Vending Machine display

Posted by juliusaugustus – July 15, 2017

Touchscreen film technology from Synaptics and Guardian industries enables more transparent and responsive displays. Using a continuous silver film makes the glass of the display more visible and makes it easier to see objects. One potential application  is vending machines. Filmed at the SID Display Week.