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Tag: Display

Philips ErgoSensor Display Makes Sure You’re Posture Perfect in Front of Your PC

Philips ErgoSensor Display Makes Sure You’re Posture Perfect in Front of Your PC
It doesn’t matter how comfortable your computer chair is. Give it a few hours and you’ll probably be slouching or bending your head this way or that as you do your work. It’s not very good for your posture or bones, but you probably already know that.

iDesk: A Microsoft Surface-Like Alternative for Macs

iDesk: A Microsoft Surface-Like Alternative for Macs
Anyone who’s seen or who knows about Microsoft Surface understands that the idea of a giant touchscreen tabletop is nothing new. Adam Benton’s iDesk concept is simply the Apple-lover’s version of the same expensive tech that’s been available for Windows for some time.

Absolut Transparency: Samsung Shows Off 46-inch See-Through LCD on Liquor Display

Absolut Transparency: Samsung Shows Off 46-inch See-Through LCD on Liquor Display
GM is looking at transparent displays for the windows of your car and Samsung is using them to make the coolest and most interactive liquor cooler on the planet (among other things.) Samsung has announced a 46-inch LCD which shows images just like a regular LCD display, except that you can see through it.

Samsung SUR40 Microsoft Surface 2.0 Display Finally Shipping This Month

Samsung SUR40 Microsoft Surface 2.0 Display Finally Shipping This Month
One of the coolest things that Microsoft has done in a long time is the Surface multitouch interactive display. If you are a geek with a trust fund or work for a company that is interested in Surface, Samsung is finally ready to ship is SUR40 display – first shown a year ago at CES 2011.

55-inch Sony Crystal LED Display Has 6 Million LEDs, Looks Spectacular

55-inch Sony Crystal LED Display Has 6 Million LEDs, Looks Spectacular
I’m still rocking a several year-old plasma TV and thinking it might be time to step into a the normal LCD/LED backlit era. Now, Sony has already gone beyond that. The company has unveiled the next generation in LED TVs at CES and it is called the Crystal LED Display.

Samsung Echo-P and X Series Display Names Surface, New Screens Coming Soon?

Samsung Echo-P and X Series Display Names Surface, New Screens Coming Soon?
Looks like Samsung has a couple of new display lines in the works, to be sold under the “Echo P” and “X Series” product line names. I just spotted these on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification list.

AOC Monitor Gets Built-in iOS Dock, Enlarges iPhones Instantly

AOC Monitor Gets Built-in iOS Dock, Enlarges iPhones Instantly
Do you ever wish you could stream stuff from your iPhone or iPod Touch to your computer display? Then this AOC display could be the one for you. It features a 30-pin dock that outputs audio and video directly from your iOS device to the screen.

Vending Machine Gets See-Through Touchscreen, Facial Recognition Tech

Vending Machine Gets See-Through Touchscreen, Facial Recognition Tech
If recent developments are any indication, I think we’re on the precipice of a whole new era in vending machines. Thanks to modern technology, these mechanical devices are about to get an upgrade. Here’s one new concept design which adds a large touchscreen to the front of the machine to help you with your transactions.

Samsung Shows Off Bendable OLED Concept: The Future Seems So Much More Flexible

Samsung Shows Off Bendable OLED Concept: The Future Seems So Much More Flexible
While I love the bright colors and contrast levels you get with OLED displays, I have to say that I’ve been underwhelmed by the fact that they’re pretty much only being used in smartphone displays at this point, as larger panels are still too expensive to produce en masse.

Field of Lights is the Ultimate Holiday Light Show

Field of Lights is the Ultimate Holiday Light Show
Most people string Christmas lights around their trees or by the window, but who says you can’t get creative with lights this holiday season?

Big Head Mode in Real Life

Big Head Mode in Real Life
Designer Dan Rosenfeld (aka “Guru Ramen”) made a classic video game cheat real this past Halloween. He put together a wearable frame that housed cameras and a 24″ LCD display, giving the world a super sized view of his head.

Sony Shows Off 720p HD OLED Microdisplay

Sony Shows Off 720p HD OLED Microdisplay
If you have ever owned a Sony NEX interchangeable lens camera or select Sony DSLR cameras, you have looked into the viewfinder and been staring at a tiny display rather than seeing what the lens actually sees.

Toshiba Shows 6-inch Display with 2560×1600 Resolution, Beats Apple’s Retina Display

Toshiba Shows 6-inch Display with 2560×1600 Resolution, Beats Apple’s Retina Display
I have a 27-inch iMac sitting on my desk in the office, and I can’t get enough of its gorgeously sharp 2560 x 1440 resolution display on that machine. Well, pretty soon, you might be able to enjoy a similar resolution on a small tablet, if you can believe it.

The Biodegradable 1969 Ford Mustang (Papercraft)

The Biodegradable 1969 Ford Mustang (Papercraft)
I have always been fascinated by papercraft. Over time, we’ve seen papercraft art that not’s only good to look at, but also functional, too (think papercraft Leica, people.) Here’s another one for the books, only this time, it’s for your eyes only.

Like Something In Real Life? Then Hit This Facebook “Like” Button IRL, Too

Like Something In Real Life? Then Hit This Facebook “Like” Button IRL, Too
In this day and age, it’s getting increasingly difficult to separate one’s virtual life from the real one. People go online to meet men (or women), message one another on Facebook, set up virtual dates, and decide to meet in real life if things go well.

PixelInvaders LED Panels: All Your Pixels Are Belong to Us

PixelInvaders LED Panels: All Your Pixels Are Belong to Us
PixelInvaders is a computer-controlled RGB LED matrix project by Michael Vogt. The goal is to use these panels, which can be interconnected, as effect lighting in clubs, bars, fairs, museums, on stage, in a lobby or in your living room.