Category: Displays

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Goldish, advertisement solutions using LCD screen technology

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2012

Logged-in Members of ($50/year) can see the full contact information for this company from the business card here. Become a Member Now! glasses-free 3D screens

Posted by Charbax – April 13, 2012

Moreways LCD

Posted by Charbax – April 11, 2012

Fraunhofer shows glasses-free 3D technologies at CeBIT 2012

Posted by Charbax – March 9, 2012

One system shifts the screens following your eyes, the other shifts the content behind the screens following your eyes. Both have movement detection so you can point towards the screen to do actions, you don't have to actually touch the screen.

Huawei Full-View Telepresence

Posted by Charbax – March 8, 2012

Huawei presents their new Full-View Telepresence system. The price starts at 200 thousand Euro, so this is what heads of state, CEOs at large corporations use for video-conferencing.

Marvel Digital International Limited at CeBIT 2012

Posted by Charbax – March 7, 2012

They show a glasses free 3D tablet that has a chipset that automatically converts 2D content to 3D.

Neonode Optical IR Touch Screen technology at Mobile World Congress 2012

Posted by Charbax – February 28, 2012

Neonode does the IR touch screen technology used on the Sony PRS-650 and T-1, they also plan to bring this technology to LCD based tablets. Check here for some info on the next Neonode touch user interface technology.

Noalia augments the sensitive of the capacitive screen in 3D

Posted by Charbax – February 28, 2012

Add gesture recognition, "multi-touch-less", enables new user interfaces, without touching the screen, it works on electrostatic fields.

LG Optimus Vu vs Samsung Galaxy Note vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Posted by Charbax – February 27, 2012

Here's a video showing the screen quality and size differences between the LG Optimus Vu, Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

Mary Lou Jepsen presents at Google X event: Reading images from your brain’s visual memory

Posted by Charbax – February 7, 2012

At the new Google X event project,, Pixel Qi CEO and founder Mary Lou Jepsen presents the idea of recording images from the human brains memory. With a bit of investment in the right technologies to record higher resolution signals from human brains, it can soon be possible to record images from human memory. As far as I understand the presentation, you can soon wear some special glasses that have small sensors on your retina, or some sensors on your head, then just think of some images and those can get recorded with high detail and precision. Seeing an image and thinking about that image is the same thing, our brains record every image that we see for ever with great detail and it is soon be possible to read from our brains visual memory.