Currently, the "Google Glass," a glasses-type display developed by Google Inc, is gathering attention. But the exhibited displays, when completed, might become rivals to the Google Glass.
"Let's display a map. It's shown on both screens, like this, so you can check your map on a big screen. Although there's a line in the middle, you can pinch and zoom across the two screens.
Toshiba has launched a MIPI-DSI to LVDS interface-converter bridge LSI for LCD displays that is suited for use in mobile devices, such as tablet PCs and Ultrabooks™. The new lineup supports panel resolutions up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200 × 24bit @ 60fps). Samples are available now with mass production scheduled to start in March 2013.
Beside the consumer 2013 TV models , Sharp is also showcasing at CES 2013 some concept displays and technologies . One demonstration set from is split into two sections, comparing the company's next-gen Quattron yellow sub-pixel technology with the current generation. Did the color's look great? For sure.
As a 640nm-waveband red laser diode that operates in a single mode, it has the highest conversion efficiency in the industry. Sharp increased conversion efficiency by optimizing the combination of materials and structure. The company will release the laser diode, "GH0641FA2C," for automotive head-up displays and compact projectors.
When the user places a thumb and index finger on two adjacent screens and pinches, the screens link up. The screens can be lined up freely, whether vertical or horizontal, and the pictures can be matched up if they're misaligned.
Eizo Nanao Corporation (TSE: 6737) was included in the list of manufacturers with the first monitors that meet the criteria for the new TCO Certified Displays 6.0 label. The EIZO monitors that carry this label are the FlexScan EV2436W and FlexScan EV2416W. EIZO has several more monitors under application and expects they will be certified in the coming months.
Dating back to the 1992 games in Barcelona, Spain, Panasonic displays have played a key role in delivering the Olympic experience through broadcasters and at the events themselves. State-of-the-art professional flat panel displays and large-screen Astrovision video boards allow viewers at the venues to see the action up close, while the displays and production monitors used by broadcasters in the International Broadcast Center add to the impact of the games to viewers around the world. Given the number of people that tune in to watch from home and those who attend the events, reliable performance and exceptional picture quality are of the utmost importance.