This piece from MagnaChip covers the role that DDIC (display driver IC) technology plays in the function of modern display technology, and ultimately considers the impact it will have on the next generation of OLED screens in mobile devices.
Densitron has launched a set of new MIPI display serial interface (MIPI DSI) displays for a wide variety of applications, ranging from security, broadcasting, telecom and process control systems to smart meters.
RDS has the answer with Tianma TFT Displays: offering a wide range of panels up to 30", they will suit most applications.
SCHURTER is launching a new generation of intelligent input systems with capacitive touch technology. The intuitive operation with the touch of a finger stroke, wipe or rotation on the touchscreen conveniently resembles that of a smartphone. The product also delightfully responds to the visual taste and selection wishes of the customer.
STMicroelectronics have acquired Draupner Graphics: the developer of TouchGFX, a software framework that offers powerful graphics and smooth animations for embedded graphical UIs – with minimal power consumption.
Densitron has launched a new 2.8-inch monochrome display which rivals competitive products currently on the market through its optical performance, quality and cost.
Two of the most common problems with TFT displays is the limitation of the conventional TN (twisted nematic) technology, which leads to restricted viewing angles and grey scale inversion when viewed away from the preferred viewing direction.
Pervasive Displays have launched a new high resolution three colour 12-inch electronic paper display (EPD) module, featuring an internal timing controller (iTC), the E2B98FS081.
Engineers have developed a new HD video streaming method that does not need to be plugged in: their prototype skips the power-hungry parts and has another device, like a smartphone, process the video instead.
Human machine interface specialist EAO has introduced an innovative touch encoder that integrates a touchscreen LCD display with a multi-function rotary switch and pushbuttons in a single product.
Introducing the next generation of Vision Engineering’s EVO Cam digital microscope. Suited for close inspection and recording of high resolution images, the EVO Cam II benefits has user-customisable overlays, on-board measurement and Wi-Fi image transfer.
According to WITgrip, a solution to change how technology is worn on the wrist, the impact of 5G – for all its promises of interactivity – will be limited, unless users also have new, smart interfaces with their devices.
Scientists have been working as part of an international team to develop a new process, which could lead to a new generation of HD, paving the way for brighter, lighter and more energy efficient TVs and smart devices.
Available from RDS is the new RTC 1200SK Tablet powered by Intel®Skylake U-Series Celeron, Core i3/i5/i7. Engineered for harsh environments this tablet has a tough 11.6” HD 1920 x 1080 Sunlight Readable Display, long battery life and a drop resistant case.
Providing automakers and tier-1 suppliers with the ability to bring bright, dynamic augmented reality displays to windscreen and place critical information within the driver’s line of sight – the DLP3030-Q1 chipset.
An international museum experience, which allows visitors to ‘touch’ and learn about priceless objects, has won a place at the UK’s top technological innovation showcase at the National Exhibition Centre.
The touchscreen has been used for many decades as an input device for computer systems, and there have been different types over the years, including Infrared, and of course, Resistive. This piece looks at the new alternative: the Infinite Touch.
New from RDS is the Tianma TM070JVHG33-00 7-inch display. Featuring a new PCAP Touch Sensor allowing multi-finger operation and gesture input.
Abbreviated to OGS, this is the latest mutual capacitance touch panel (CTP) technology, which combines the glass cover lens with a CTP in one single Glass substrate.
EPDT talked to Nigel Clarke, CEO of Morgan Innovation & Technology (MIAT), who discussed MIAT’s RealSim technology: a haptic feedback glove they are developing which aims to bring a human-like sense of touch to military professionals – immersed in a vigorous military training simulation.