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  • October 10, 2013
    Note: Pictures are displaying what you see vs. what you feel. This is a video demonstrating Disney's new 3-D tactile feedback technology that allows a user to feel the texture of displayed objects without the screen actually changing shape. Plus the algorithm renders textures... / Continue →
  • December 6, 2007
    ETRI has been showing off their flexible little OLED displays lately sewn into a number of different pieces of clothing. In the future, applications of flexible display will be expanded to our daily life ranging from a tie, a hat, a wallet and other small lifestyle products.... / Continue →
  • October 18, 2007
    After years of development, Toshiba just unveiled their new circular LCD panels. They're approximately 2.5-inches in diameter, sport a 240 x 240 resolution (on the longest lines) and 600:1 contrast ratio. Toshiba believes they'll be utilized for instrument panels in vehicles,... / Continue →
  • October 3, 2007
    Sony had their new XEL-1 OLED TV on display recently at CEATEC, a Japanese consumer electronics show. Now I'm not one to jump to conclusions or anything, but based on the photographic evidence, I'm tempted to say this thing is thin. It boasts a 3mm depth, 1 million:1 contrast... / Continue →
  • August 27, 2007
    Shown at SIGGRAPH 2007, the Interactive 360 Degree Light Field Display won the Best Emerging Technology Award. Designed by USC's Institute for Creative Technologies, the system is capable of producing interactive 3D graphics to multiple viewers in 360 degrees. The display con... / Continue →
  • August 14, 2007
    Sony has released video of a 2.5-inch display that you can bend without breaking (Note: do not attempt with your LCD). The picture quality looks bearable and I'm excited about getting my hands on one. Sony is still trying to work out kinks in the cost of production, so they'... / Continue →
  • May 15, 2007
    LG Philips has developed the world's first electronic paper. The e-paper is just 0.3 mm thin, and to be energy efficient the display only uses power when the image changes. And, like every other display ever created, marks another step in man's never-ending quest to find more w... / Continue →
  • March 5, 2007
    The company that created the M2 Heliodisplay mid-air projector has just released their new M3/M3i Heliodisplay which is basically a monitor that displays images in real space like a hologram. The new display has a 30-inch viewable free-space image and a resolution of 1024x768, ... / Continue →