How Do You Feel About Sony's 21:9 Super-tall Displays?

How do you feel about Sony's 21:9 super-tall displays?

No one can argue that Sony is not bold, when looking at the introduction of 21:9 ultra-wide displays in its latest Xperia smartphones. The adoption of this ‘cinema' 21:9 aspect ratio is the key marketing point for Sony's 2019 smartphones. It also provides differentiation against peers in what remains a very competitive market. Sony has introduced its fair share of gimmicks over the years, but is this one of them?

Lg Could Provide Sony With Flexible Oled Displays

LG could provide Sony with flexible OLED displaysSony will be partnering with LG Display to extend is current TV OLED partnership into smartphones, according to a report by Business Korea. Apparently LG Display will supply flexible OLEDs to Sony for the smartphone segment, although no details on timing were given.

Lexus Lf-1 Limitless Displays Signature Spindle Grille

Lexus LF-1 Limitless Displays Signature Spindle Grille

Calty design chief Kevin Hunter spoke with Car Advice about the Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept and how it advances the brand's signature spindle grille:

Probably the most controversial elements of modern Lexus products is the so-called ‘Spindle' grille shape. Hunter says it's here to stay. "Spindle is our brand identity, it's our aim to make it attractive of course, and the LF-1 is the next step in its evolution. We call it ‘architectural spindle'.

Sharp Exhibits Odd-shaped Automotive Displays

Sharp Exhibits Odd-shaped Automotive Displays

Sharp Corp exhibited odd-shaped displays for automotive use at Ceatec Japan 2017, which took place from Oct 3 to 6, 2017, at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.

Sharp calls them "Free Form Display." This time, the company showcased two kinds of displays: horizontally-long and circular displays expected to be used for instrument panels. They are both TFT LCD displays using the "IGZO" oxide semiconductor.

Electronics Show Ceatec Displays Connected Future

Electronics show CEATEC displays connected future

Asia's largest electronics and information technology convention began Tuesday near Tokyo, with companies showing off cutting-edge devices and services to demonstrate their vision of a future where many aspects of life are connected via networks.

Regulars at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies, or CEATEC, such as Panasonic Corp. and Sharp Corp. hosted large booths with lavish displays, while two of Japan's biggest banking groups are also participating.

Sony’s New 4k 3d Displays, Recorders, & Content Management System (cms)

Sony’s New 4K 3D Displays, Recorders, & Content Management System (CMS)Sony Healthcare Solutions will be showcasing their latest 4K/3D solutions for robotic and endoscopic systems featuring two new 4K/3D medical displays for the OR, the LMD-X310MT 31-inch and the LMD-X550MT 55-inch display at the American Urological Association’s (AUA) Annual Meeting in booth 1549, May 12-15 in Boston, M.A. These displays, designed to easily integrate with 3D robotic and endoscopic systems, upscale 3D HD video and allow everyone in the OR to see in 4K/3D clarity. Surgeons can also record in 3D with Sony’s medical recorders, then use the Sony Content Management System (CMS) to securely archive, access, and share video and stills throughout the hospital network or via the internet for training and education. Live view into the OR and streaming video out of the OR are just some of the breakthrough technologies that will greatly enhance how surgical residents learn.

Tokyo Buses To Be Given Alphanumeric Route Displays

Tokyo buses to be given alphanumeric route displaysThe Tokyo metropolitan government plans to introduce alphanumeric route displays for its bus services as early as in 2018, informed sources told Jiji Press on Tuesday.
The Tokyo government aims to attract more foreign users with the more accessible route displays ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. It also plans to call on other bus operators to follow suit.

Omron Healthcare Displays Wristwatch-like Blood Pressure Meter

Omron Healthcare Displays Wristwatch-like Blood Pressure MeterOmron Healthcare Co Ltd unveiled a wearable device that can measure blood pressure, heart rate and the amount of activity at CES 2017, which took place from Jan 5 to 8, 2016, in Las Vegas, the US.
The device, "Project Zero 2.0 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor (tentative name)," is wrapped around a wrist and can work in conjunction with Omron Connect US App smartphone application. It can record blood pressure in addition to the amount of activity and the state of sleep. However, the measurement of blood pressure is not automatic; the user needs to start measurement while raising his/her wrist to the height of the chest.

Canon Announces Today Two New Professional 4k/uhd Displays

Canon announces today two new professional 4K/UHD displaysCanon announced today two new professional 4K/UHD displays in response to the needs of content-creators – the DP-V2420 professional 4K reference display, a 24-inch high-luminance model ideal for High Dynamic Range (HDR1) footage and the DP-V1710 professional 4K reference display, an industry-first 17-inch, 3840 x 2160 display ideal for use on set, in broadcasting vans, and in studios. Both displays feature a Canon-developed image-processing engine, proprietary backlight system and an IPS LCD panel, that when combined deliver excellent color reproduction and high-resolution, high-contrast imaging performance.