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Tag: Display

Seiko Active-Matrix Epd Watches Offer 300dpi Display

Seiko Active-Matrix Epd Watches Offer 300dpi Display
I’ve always got my eyes peeled for unique watches for you guys, and this is definitely one of the cooler high-tech timepieces I’ve seen in a while. Seiko Japan’s new SDGA001, SDGA002 and SDGA003 watches feature the world’s first active matrix electrophoretic display (EPD).

Microsoft Adaptive Keyboard Concept Places Images on Your Keyboard

Microsoft Adaptive Keyboard Concept Places Images on Your Keyboard
Similar to the design of Art Lebedev’s Optimus Popularis keyboard, Microsoft Applied Science’s prototype input device features a completely customizeable digital keycaps and a full-color touchscreen at the top. The adaptive keyboard can automatically adjust images on the keyboard and touch panel to match the appropriate application context.
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Sony 360-Degree Volumetric Display: the Stuff Sci-Fi Dreams Are Made of

Sony 360-Degree Volumetric Display: the Stuff Sci-Fi Dreams Are Made of
Sony just introduced a video demonstrating this amazing new 360-degree display technology that’s something you might find in a James Cameron movie. The new autostereoscopic display projects 360 individual slices of an image onto an array of special LEDs, providing a volumetric display you can walk around and view from any angle – without glasses.

Pixel Qi Netbook Display Now Available for DIY Geeks

Pixel Qi Netbook Display Now Available for DIY Geeks
I have a notebook sitting around that waited until about a week after its warranty ran out for the display to stop working. It runs and all, but no video. Too bad for me that the thing is larger than the new Pixel Qi DIY display that you can now purchase.

Lucia LED Matrix: Now You Can have Your Own Billboard at Home

Lucia LED Matrix: Now You Can have Your Own Billboard at Home
LED-powered signs have rapidly become omnipresent in big cities. Now you can even have one inside your house. It’s called Lucia and was created and designed by Tangible Interaction. Lucia is a sound reactive LED matrix, which consists of a 112×20 pixel RGB LED light box that can display a variety of shapes and colors, depending on the sounds it detects.

Samsung USB-Powered Monitor: It’S Not Exactly Portable Though

Samsung USB-Powered Monitor: It’S Not Exactly Portable Though
About a year ago Samsung revealed the LD220, a monitor that connects to computers via USB. I’m not sure if this is the same monitor, or if it’s an offshoot, but this is amazing nonetheless – a few days ago the Korean electronics giant showed off an 18.5-inch LCD monitor that not only connects via USB, it’s powered only by USB.

Samsung Shows Transparent Amoled Display: Avatar Displays Coming Soon

Samsung Shows Transparent Amoled Display: Avatar Displays Coming Soon
While I was pretty convinced that the over-the-top see-through displays in Avatar were the stuff of far-future science fiction, I’m beginning to think that the tech might not be that far off – especially if Samsung has anything to say about it.

Nintendo Ces Display Sign: Stamped With Gold Seal of Quality

Nintendo Ces Display Sign: Stamped With Gold Seal of Quality
Here’s an awesome piece to complete your video game room:  A huge Nintendo logo display. It has historic value too, since it was displayed at a CES convention back in the 1980s. It measures 4ft. x 1.5 ft, but I’m inclined to think that it’s much larger than that, because apparently it’s so huge that the seller couldn’t take a photograph of the whole thing.

Toshiba Mobile Display Shows Off No Glasses Required 3d Screen

Toshiba Mobile Display Shows Off No Glasses Required 3d Screen
I like 3D movies, but I really don’t like the glasses you have to wear. The glasses make you look like some weird guy from the 70’s. Sure there are cooler looking 3D glasses, but those cost more and the theater isn’t going to spring for them.

Ostendo Crvd Curved Displays: Wrap Around Gaming

Ostendo Crvd Curved Displays: Wrap Around Gaming
I’m just getting used to the massive 2560 pixel wide display on my new 27-inch iMac, and then I had to see this gaming rig. The guys over at Ostendo are making these new CRVD displays, which not only offer a whopping 2880 by 900 pixel resolution, but are curved to engulf you in the action with a 90-degree field of vision.

Idisplay App Turns Your iPad Into a Secondary Wireless Monitor

Idisplay App Turns Your iPad Into a Secondary Wireless Monitor
Thanks to my own stupidity, I didn’t realize that today was a Saturday when I ordered my iPad last month, so I had my iPad shipped to my office location which isn’t open on the weekends.

Pcubee: 3d-Ish Cubic Display is Truly Spectactular

Pcubee: 3d-Ish Cubic Display is Truly Spectactular
With all the buzz about 3D televisions coming out this year, the biggest problem with these displays is that they require special glasses to create the 3D illusion in your eyeballs. While this new device prototype doesn’t produce truly stereoscopic images, the effect it produces is the next best thing.

Medl Tech Panel: Portable LCD Monitor Runs on Battery Power

Medl Tech Panel: Portable LCD Monitor Runs on Battery Power
I am a rather messy geek. I drink lots of Dr. Pepper and hate to get up while I work, which means I tend to accrue many cans on my desk throughout a day. Back when I used dual LCDs, that means that I ran out of room for junk on my desk fast so I moved to a larger single LCD.

Augmented Hyper(Reality): Pop-Up Ads Take Over Your Walls

Augmented Hyper(Reality): Pop-Up Ads Take Over Your Walls
When I first watched Keiichi Matsuda’s Augmented (hyper)Reality video, I wasn’t sure if I should be awed or frightened by his vision of the world that lies in front of us. Matsuda’s stunning video clip was created as part of his Masters’ program at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and envisions a future in which augmented reality has embedded itself into our everyday lives, transforming the way we interact with our living and working spaces.

Giant Origami Tigers Land in Sydney

Giant Origami Tigers Land in Sydney
These gigantic origami tigers signal the beginning of another Year of the Tiger, which will be shortly coming up after Chinese New Year on February 14th. These origami tigers were designed by the Australian firm LAVA and they were made to raise the awareness of tigers as an endangered species.

Miyoul OLED Display Art is Beautiful, but Pricey

Miyoul OLED Display Art is Beautiful, but Pricey
With prices around $100,000 (USD) the cost is a bit insane, but these displays sure look good. Heck, if I had lots of money to burn, I’d probably want to get one of these (not). The company behind these unique OLED-based artworks is called Nanobrick, and their displays are called Miyoul.
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