Apple introduced a feature in 2018 that baked the “See this thing, but in your room!” concept right into iOS/iPad OS. Called “Quick Look,” it allows for instant/one-tap AR experiences right within the apps the user already has, like Safari, Messages, Mail, etc. The retailer provides the 3D model and Apple taps ARKit to render it as it would appear in the real world, handling everything from scaling to lighting and shadows.
LG Display has won an "Eye Comfort Display" certification with its automotive plastic OLED (P-OLED) displays from a German-based display testing company, the display-making arm of LG. The company said it won the recognition from TUV Rheinland with its P-OLED displays for cars that help drivers experience greater eye comfort in any conditions such as driving in strong sunlight or at night.
At ISE 2020, Leyard Planar has introduced an ultra-fine pitch LED display with a 0.6-millimeter video wall featuring microLED, which was previously previewed at CES 2020. The display measures 216 inches and features 8K resolution. In addition to the 0.6-millimeter technology demonstration, Leyard Planar showed other fine pitch LED innovations, including the next-generation DirectLight X LED Video Wall System and the TVF Series LED video wall line.
SA Photonics, one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of augmented reality (AR) head mounted displays, is pleased to announce the first commercial sale of its PilotVision™ AR display. PilotVision clips on to a set of communications headgear and provides unmatched situational awareness via high brightness symbology over a very large 62-degree field of view, with almost zero peripheral obscuration.
According to reports, TCL had planned to showcase its latest flexible display smartphone at the MWC in Barcelona, but the cancellation of the event changed all that. Now, new leaks show us what we could have won - and it's a wild idea! The big area where TCL differs from other smartphones is its "sliding" display. The screen can be slid to the side to extend the display size from a more smartphone-sized format to a tablet-like format.
JDI’s new LCD screens come in two 2.1-inch 1600×1600 screens that break through the 1,000 PPI barrier. Such a high-density screen, in addition to a 120 Hz refresh rate, is critical to a comfortable and safe VR experience. JDI promises that the screens are light and thin to avoid adding additional heft to HMDs. Additionally, JDI also provides screens that have corners cut out to accommodate different designs, like those that resemble glasses more than visors.
Display Week 2020, June 7 -12 , at the San Francisco Moscone Convention Center. As the world's leading event focused on the advancement, growth and commercialization of electronic displays, it's the must-attend event of the year.
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