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Samsung Galaxy S10 Dex on Lapdock, faster, smoother, doesn’t take over phone display

Posted by Charbax – March 3, 2019

The new Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e/Fold enables the fastes PC Mode from a phone yet, here tested on upcoming http://lapdock.net project (check back for more videos on Lapdock and when it might be available for purchase). Galaxy S10 is powered by the extremely fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. There even is a 5G version to be available.

ST booth tour at Embedded World 2019 (Part 2) STM32L5, STM32G0, FOTA over LoRAWAN, Stellar

Posted by Charbax – March 3, 2019

This video is Part 2 of the booth tour at the STMicroelectronics booth at Embedded World 2019, featuring STM32L5 ARM Cortex-M33, STM32G0 and USB-C, FOTA using LoRaWAN, STM32WB mesh + LTE, STM32WB BLE Dual + Multilink, Maker moment, Stellar and Asset Tracking.

You can jump to the different parts of the video by clicking on these time codes here:
STM32L5: 00:05 ARM Cortex-M33
STM32G0 and USB-C: 04:40
FOTA using LoRaWAN: 09:08
STM32WB mesh + LTE: 11:26
STM32WB BLE Dual + Multilink: 14:31
Maker moment: 18:01
Stellar: 23:49 ARM Cortex-R52
Asset Tracking: 27:06

STMicroelectronics playlist of all ST Embedded World 2019 videos you can find here.

ST booth tour at Embedded World 2019 (Part 1), STM32MP1, STM32Cube.AI, ST60

Posted by Charbax – March 3, 2019

Welcome to the Embedded World 2019 tour (Part 1) at the STMicroelectronics booth, featuring ST Maker Lab Apple 1 and Sega 1000 emulator, the new STM32MP1 heterogeneous single or dual ARM Cortex-A7 and Cortex-M4 cores architecture, the Cortex-A7 core provides access to open-source operating systems (Linux/Android) while the Cortex-M4 core leverages the STM32 MCU ecosystem. Featuring partners on the STM32MP1 such as Kontron, Octavo Systems, Timesys and Shiratech. Then featuring STM32Cube.AI Artificial Intelligence on STM32, ST60 60GHz RF link.

Here you can jump to each part of this video:
ST Maker Lab: 00:41
STM32MP1: 03:42 heterogeneous single or dual ARM Cortex-A7 and Cortex-M4 cores architecture, the Cortex-A7 core provides access to open-source operating systems (Linux/Android) while the Cortex-M4 core leverages the STM32 MCU ecosystem.
STM32MP1 Kontron (System on Module): 10:00
STM32MP1 Octavo Systems (System in Package): 13:03
STM32MP1 Shiratech: 16:03 96Boards Avengers96 and IoT Cube
STM32MP1 Timesys: 18:48
STM32Cube.AI (artificial intelligenc on STM32): 21:38
ST60 60GHz RF link (sparclink): 25:48

STMicroelectronics playlist of all ST Embedded World 2019 videos you can find here.

OXI on Gemini PDA, Cosmo Communicator, PC Mode UI with Windows apps on Android on external display

Posted by Charbax – February 27, 2019

At MWC 2019, Planet Computers CEO Dr Janko Mrsic-Flogel introduces Auxens who has ported OXI OS to the Gemini PDA and same will be available on the upcoming Cosmo Communicator. While the potential for Displayport support on the Cosmo Communicator is maybe yet still to be confirmed, as the Cosmo will start shipping to their Indiegogo backers in June.

Oppo 10x Lossless Zoom and 5G phone

Posted by Charbax – February 24, 2019

Oppo unveiled their 10x zoom phone, with that compact 160mm telephoto lens and software for a smooth lossless zoom from 16mm-160mm in such a thin phone. Oppo also had Qualcomm guest their keynote and they are launching 5G phones at this show.

Cheaper Pico 4K Projectors are coming, powered by TI DLP470TP

Posted by Charbax – February 23, 2019

Texas Instruments presents their latest DLP470TP projector chipset that enables cheaper and more compact 4K Projectors, using LED and Laser light sources, this enables 4K Pico Projectors, 4K Portable Projectors like the Optoma UHL55 which I filmed here more affordable Ultra Short Throw 4K projectors are possible too like the ones from Jmgo which I filmed here Most Cinema projectors use DLP, and Texas Instruments here have even further reduced the size, power consumption and price of their 4K Projector solution, their DLP660TE enables projectors up to 5000 lumens, DLP470TE for projectors needing over 1500 lumens while the new DLP470TP goes in projectors that use below 1500 lumens, thus making portable pico 4K Projectors now possible. In this video, TI also shows some of the newest on-table smart interactive projectors such as the Puppy Cube and the Bosch projector PAI, then also TI shows the new concept of the Smart Speaker Short Throw Pico Projector such as the Humax Vision, a new segment to be integrated with Alexa or Google Assistant and projecting onto a nearby wall all the smart speaker information displayed. In this video TI also shows the personal assistant looking like a holographic 3D image floating in space.

Nanosys Quantum Dots HDR color vs OLED, Speed demo vs KSF phosphor

Posted by Charbax – February 23, 2019

Nanosys shows Vizio P Quantum, with 2,400 nits of peak luminance and full DCI-P3 coverage compared with LG's latest OLED display for using with UltraHD 4K HDR content. Nanosys uses AJA Video Systems’ HDR Analyzer tool that uses color science from Color Front to analyze the luminance and color chromaticity of every pixel in a piece of content real time. Looking at BT.2020 HDR10 content graded at 4,000 nits they are able to observe how the two different TV technologies respond.

Quantum Dots deliver the widest color gamut and highest peak luminance for a lifelike HDR content experience, they are also the fastest wide gamut technology. Nanosys shows a wide color gamut speed shootout comparing the response time of Quantum Dots to KSF phosphor, a competing wide color gamut technology. Quantum dots can be switched on and off in a matter of nanoseconds while KSF phosphor takes milliseconds to respond. While milliseconds sounds pretty fast, it isn’t fast enough for Full Array Local Dimming (FALD) displays when it comes to high frame rate content. Quantum Dots respond in perfect synch with the signal for clear motion and near-perfect black levels. In KSF displays, the red component needs time to warm up and cool down over several milliseconds. In the soccer ball example below this slow response time causes a cyan leading edge and a red trailing edge as the ball moves across LED zones on the display.

$1099 Canon Vixia HF G50, 4K camcorder

Posted by Charbax – February 21, 2019

Canon Vixia HF G50 4K Camcorder ($1099 at Amazon.com) features a DIGIC DV 6 image processor, an 8-blade circular aperture, 5-axis image stabilization, a 20x optical zoom in 4K, records up to UHD 4K30 onto Dual SD Card Slots, Contrast based autofocus only (not Dual Pixel AF), Slow- & Fast-Motion, 29.3 to 627mm 20x Optical Zoom in 4K, 3" Touchscreen LCD, Tiltable EVF. There are five assignable buttons around the camera, as well as a joystick, a lens ring, and a custom dial for full control of setting.

$1599 Optoma UHL55 4K LED Portable Projector

Posted by Charbax – February 21, 2019

Optoma UHL55 ($1599 at Amazon.com) is world's first portable "pico class" 4K DLP Projector (on TI's new 0.47" DLP470TP chip) with 1500lumen brightness from a 30,000 hour RGBB LED light source, four HDR10 picture modes, the most compact 4K projector, yet it includes a powerful speaker for portable all-in-one use. Optoma UHL55 runs Android with a built-in 4K HDR media player with USB media playback, supports Alexa and Google Assistant for voice commands, Stereo audio through two 8-watt speakers with Dolby Digital decoding and Bluetooth audio input and output, Protective sliding lens cover, Auto focus and auto keystone for easy place and play without needing to calibrate it before each use.

Optoma 4K Ultra Short Throw Laser projector

Posted by Charbax – February 21, 2019

Optoma unveils their 4K UST Laser 3000 ANSI Lumen, 2M:1 contrast ratio projector. With a 0.25:1 ultra short throw ratio, it support HDR, HLG, Android OS, Alexa, Google Voice, it projects at up to 120" also features Nuforce audio sound bar integrated. Nuforce was acquired by Optoma to provide this type of high quality sound bar style audio to their short throw projectors like this one.