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Issue 12

June 13, 2017

 98 pages

News

1

3D animation Disney invents 3D coloring books Phillip Hill

2

Photography Dartmouth creates full-color imagery from B/W prints Mark Fihn

3

Sustainability University of Missouri points to biodegradable displays Keith Baker

4

Eye care UK woman sees with 1500 pixel retinal implant      Mark Fihn

5

3D pen

3Doodler launches 3Doodler Start, a 3D pen for kid Phillip Hill

6

Flat lenses University of Utah ultra-thin flat lens could slim smartphones Mark Fihn

7

3D printing 3D-printed custom orthosis helps disabled man to grip Phillip Hill

8

Flexible electronics Flexible electronics now being integrated into cars Dan Rogers

9

3D imagery Queen’s University shows off 3D images Mark Fihn

10

Augmented reality

Microsoft’s “holoportation” augment someone else’s reality Phillip Hill

11

Color allRGB Project releases photos Mark Fihn

12

E-paper Color electronic paper developed at Chalmers University Mark Fihn

13

Solar panels Sandpoint installs Solar Roadways panels Phillip Hill

Opinion-Editorial

1

Transparent conductors The impact of lower Indium prices on the TCF market John Fenn

2

Supply/demand Printing Money   David Barnes

3

Education and touch The giving pen Rick Seger

4

Flexible electronics One step at a time! Chris Williams
5 Supply/demand The bottom of the cycle Ian Hendy
6 High resolution Resolved! No more dot counting! Candice Brown Elliott
7 Flexible displays Why displays won’t be really flexible and why it doesn't matter Norbert Hildebrand
8 Politics The hacking of the 2016 election:  Did I write the script?  Andrew Updegrove
9 High performance More, Better, Faster! Bob Raikes

Feature

1

OLED DuPont Displays’ target: a $1000 OLED-TV by 2020 Ken Werner

2

Virtual reality Medium for true Virtual Reality paint Kathleen Maher

3

Color The dress Jin Kim

4

Haptics More players getting into emerging haptics James Hayward

5

Solar panels Solar roads find many uses Peter Harrop

6

OLED Polar OLED has solved printing problem Tom Allen

7

Virtual reality Putting attached hands inside virtual reality Randall S. Newton

8

Enhanced imaging Changing history at the touch of a button Zoe Taylor

9

Virtual reality The “Virtual Buzz” starts to look real Andy Marken

Tutorial

1

Quantum dots Quantum Dots go to Hollywood     

Jeff Yurek

2

Computer graphics 11 myths about computer graphics Jon Peddie

3

Color Display absolute color accuracy shoot-out Raymond Soneira

4

Large touch screens Ultra-large 4K touchscreens? Tony Uhrick

5

Light art Light art across centuries Louis M. Brill

Technology Summary

1

Interfaces Display Interfacing: Welcome to Babylon Pete Putman

2

Metamaterials Future opportunities for metamaterials in aerospace Lawrence Gasman

3

Gestural interaction Beyond touch: designing effective gestural interactions Yanna Vogiazou

4

USI What led to the Universal Stylus Initiative Conrad H. Blickenstorfer

 

Issue 11

December 31, 2016

 106 pages

News

1

Graphene Southampton scientists grow challenger to graphene Phillip Hill

2

Sensor Technology MTI develops MEMS microphone-based pulse sensor Phillip Hill

3

Large area LED Screens Times Square LED sign -- largest in the world Aldo Cugnini

4

Graphene Graphene-nanotube hybrid from Rice University Phillip Hill

5

3D Printing Loughborough University commercializes 3D concrete printing Mark Fihn

6

Visual Impairment SIMVIZ simulates visual impairments with VR display Mark Fihn

7

Solar Panels VTT develops decorative and flexible solar panels Phillip Hill

8

Interesting 3D Meet the Murcia invisibility cloak! Neil Schneider

9

e-Paper University of Tokyo develops new e-paper Phillip Hill

10

Global Imaging NASA’s Aqua satellite reveals cloud cover on Earth   Mark Fihn

11

Touch-based fabrics Project Jacquard aims to make touch-screen clothing Phillip Hill

Opinion-Editorial

1

Touch Industry Where is the touch panel industry headed?     John Fenn

2

Online Content Online content is the same, only different Andy Marken

3

Touch Industry Touch panels just keep getting better Arthur Berman

4

Market Trends Pivot Time David Barnes
5 Watch Displays The iWatch – more fashion than function?      Keith Baker
6 OLED Industry Last men standing in OLED    Khasha Ghaffarzadeh
7 Future Predictions Waiting for Godot Ken Werner
8 VR Oculus makes new friends… Kathleen Maher
9 3D Printing 3D printing?  Beaten to it by a few hundred thousand years! Chris Williams
10 OLED Trends Déjà Vu – All Over Again Barry Young

Feature

1

3D in Education Unparalleled learning in Stereo 3D Len Scrogan

2

Smart Clothing The evolution of smart clothing Lawrence Gasman

3

3D Cinema Restoring a landmark 3D motion picture Bob Furmanek

4

Space Imaging Tributaries of Time: Autumn Leaves  Brian Nord

5

Blue Light Blue Light Hazard: What is it and should you worry? Jay Catral

6

VR Sickness VR Sickness; it’s a real thing   Jon Peddie

7

Printed Electronics The printed electronics industry gets going Raghu Das

8

UHD Blu-ray Ultra HD Blu-ray: Getting closer Pete Putman

9

VR Sickness Stanford research points to VR that kills motion sickness Mark Fihn

Tutorial

1

High Dynamic Range Wide color gamuts and high dynamic range    Matt Brennesholtz

2

Resolution The Display Resolution War   Candice Brown Elliott

3

InGlass Touchscreens Disruptive InGlass touchscreen technology    Nate Moyal

4

Wide Aspect Ratios Wider still and wider… Bob Raikes

5

Color Standards Rec. 2020   Jin Kim

6

OLED/LCD Shoot-out Flagship OLED and LCD TV technology shoot-out    Raymond Soneira

Technology Summary

1

Color Standards Hollywood backs better pixels with new color standard Jeff Yurek

2

Projection Mapping NTT's new projection mapping technique Mark Fihn

3

Haptics Apple enters the era of genuine haptic touch   Peter Kurstjens

4

Wearables Wearable technology: a materials goldmine    Peter Harrop

 

Issue 10

November 12, 2014

118 pages

News

1

Amazing photography Nikon Small World Competition Mark Fihn

2

E-textiles Philips develops LED-embedded carpets Phillip Hill

3

4D printing CU-Boulder researchers develop 4D printing technology Phillip Hill

4

LED lighting Dazzling photos reveal LED-illuminated Christmas… Mark Fihn

5

Stretchable optics Belgian team develops stretchable optics Mark Fihn

6

3D color printing Stratasys introduces color multi-material 3D printer Mark Fihn

7

Solar materials NREL unlocks secrets of new solar material Phillip Hill

8

High resolution printing World's smallest comic carved for EHSM into human hair Mark Fihn

9

E-waste Indian e-waste management market Keith Baker

10

3D lidar Selex long-range 3D lidar enhances military operations Phillip Hill

11

Light-sensing Light-sensing retina in a dish created at Johns Hopkins Mark Fihn
12 Free-form displays Sharp debuts free-form display technology Phillip Hill
13 Transparent solar Michigan State University transparent solar collectors Mark Fihn
14 Touch on any surface TouchPico projects giant touch screen onto any surface

Phillip Hill

Opinion-Editorial

1

Skeuromorphism Two annoying trends Conrad H. Blickenstorfer

2

Patent considerations A good patent is good, a great lawyer is better Andy Marken

3

Touch supply chain A revolution in display and touch-screen manufacturing Ken Werner

4

Binge viewing Stuffing your brain with video… Pete Putman
5 Imaging advances And the acronym this month is VOMIT! Chris Williams
6 Actual 3D Forget 3D displays – physical pixels are the future Christopher Jaynes
7 Haptic notifications Healthy notifications Jin Kim
8 OLED lighting How OLED lighting could “save” the OLED industry Lawrence Gasman
9 Virtualization Virtualization for the rest of us Jon Peddie

Feature

1

3D Printing The problem with 3D printing Wendy Kneissl

2

AllSeen Alliance The launch of AllSeen Alliance Andrew Updegrove

3

E-textiles Glow garments in a new light Louis M. Brill

4

Optical illusions Some color illusions Allan Stubbs

5

3D history An in-depth look at “Dial M for Murder” Furmanek and Kintz

6

Color standards NTSC color celebrates its 60th birthday James E. O’Neal

7

E-textiles Why the interest in e-textiles? Peter Harrop

8

HMDs ImmersiON - VRelia secrets revealed Neil Schneider

Tutorial

1

Curved displays Curved and Flexible Smartphone Display Shoot-Out Raymond Soneira

2

Touch niche markets Projected capacitive touch panels for outdoor and marine use Tony Gray and Mike Harris

3

ITO alternatives ITO/film competitors for the touch panel materials market John Fenn

4

Touch for 4K What is the best touch technology for a 4K Display? Tony Uhrick

5

Test equipment Radiometers, spectrometers, and spectro-radiometers Randy Klimek

Technology Summary

1

Color space The Pointer's Gamut Kid Jansen

2

Quantum dots Color Matters Seth Coe-Sullivan

3

Conductive inks Conductive Inks: booming to $2.8 billion by 2024 Khasha Ghaffarzadeh

4

Color standards Is the rec.2020 UHD color spec really practical? Jeff Yurek

 

Issue 9

November 8, 2014

115 pages

News

1

Pen input LiveScribe smartpen bridges gap between paper and tablet

Phillip Hill

2

Gigapixel cameras Next-generation gigapixel cameras get focus from NST Phillip Hill

3

Immersive reality Mechdyne licenses CAVE2 hybrid reality environment Mark Fihn

4

Kinetic energy Pavegen kinetic energy tiles for school installations Phillip Hill

5

Eye-tracking NUIA eyeCharm turns Kinect into an eye-tracker  Phillip Hill

6

Virtual imaging University of Cambridge debuts virtual talking head  Phillip Hill

7

Facial recognition Michigan State proves out facial recognition technology Phillip Hill

8

Light sensor ams introduces ultra-high sensitivity digital light sensor Mark Fihn

9

Solar cells Fraunhofer develops multicolored solar cells Mark Fihn

10

High capacity memory University of Southampton “Superman memory crystal” Phillip Hill

11

Handheld 3D Holho turns a tablet or smart phone into a 3D projector Phillip Hill
12 High resolution imaging Rambus develops binary pixel imager technology Mark Fihn
13 Thermal imaging FLIR thermal camera features 640x512 pixel resolution

Mark Fihn

Opinion-Editorial

1

3D commentary Are we getting 3D right? Barry G. Blundell

2

3D lessons The Top 7 things industry should do to revive 3D Tassos Markas

3

LCD market projection Slow Growth Ahead David Barnes

4

Netbook commentary The needless demise of the netbook Conrad Blickenstorfer
5 Book publishing The high price of “free” Andrew Updegrove
6 Stereoscopic 3D Dolby 3D just might save stereoscopic 3D from extinction Kathleen Maher
7 Flex commentary What’s in a name? Chris Williams

8

Standards commentary HDMI 2.0 is here…and it’s not fast enough? Pete Putman

Feature

1

Resolution trends Will Apple keep upgrading display resolution? David Hsieh

2

Wearable fashions E-mote wear fashions Louis Brill

3

In memorium Ray Zone Andrew Woods

4

Internet connectivity Beyond the dream… Andy Marken

5

3D history 60th anniversary Bob Furmanek

6

Flexible displays On its way to your next phone or tablet. Or maybe not… Teresa Meek

7

Smart TV Samsung features Smart TV and Kate Upton Ken Werner

8

OLED TV LG OLED TV Display Technology Shoot-Out Raymond Soneira

9

Solid State Lighting The economic benefits of NIST’s role in SSL technology David P. Leech

Tutorial

1

LCD recycling Sustainability in LCD manufacturing, recycling, and reuse Avtar Singh Matharu

2

High frame rates Futuring high frame rates Marty Shindler

3

Solution-based printing The market for gold inks Harry Zervos

4

Flexible glass The prospects for flexible glass have never been better Lawrence Gasman

5

3D printing Industrial revolution or just a renovation? Wendy Kneissl
6 Motion control The four types of motion for Smart TV Bill Rouady

Technology Summary

1

Color Color space confusion Jeff Yurek

2

ITO ITO and flexible glass substrates John Fenn

3

Haptics New growth opportunities for electroactive polymers Cathleen Thiele

4

NUI How to create more natural user interfaces James Lewis

 

Issue 8

October 24, 2014

112 pages

News

1

Touch news

Microsoft shows 'touch screen' for any surface

Phillip Hill

2

Interactivity

Snibbe Studio releases Android app through Amazon

Phillip Hill

3

Flexible displays

NanoLumens introduces line of flexible displays

Phillip Hill

4

Holography

Matt Brand shows off holography via specular glints

Mark Fihn

5

eBooks

Apple updates iBooks with new book fonts

Bill Hill

6

Illusions

Photographs of “Invisible Man” Liu Bolin

Mark Fihn

7

Standards update

IDMS released

Joe Miseli

8

Flexible substrates

Corning unveils ultra-thin and flexible Willow Glass

Phillip Hill

9

Mobile projection

Fraunhofer insect-inspired smart-phone projector

Phillip Hill

10

Touch news

USC develops tactile robot finger

Ahsan Javed

11

Interactive light painting

Topographical light paintings created by Janne Parviainen

Mark Fihn

12

Emissive displays

Organic light-emitting electrochemical cells

Mark Fihn

Opinion-Editorial

1

3D opinion

The real 3D

Kathleen Maher

2

Flexible displays

Ask what you can do for technology…

Chris Williams

3

e-book publishing

Adventures in Self-Publishing: eBook or Dead Tree?

Andrew Updegrove

4

High resolution

The return of the megapixel wars

Fluppeteer

5

Apple

Waiting for the inevitable?

Jon Peddie

6

3D quality

In Scorsese’s Shadow

Len Scrogan

7

Video statistics Beyond the Call, the Game, the Video; there is Work Andy Marken

Feature

1

Display attributes

Colors and Response Times

Jin Kim

2

Interactive music

Music on Touch Screens

David Villarina

3

Keyboards

The death of keyboards and the Japanese experience

Bill Finn

4

Volumetric 3D history

A Hundred Years of Volumetric Research – Where to Now?

Barry G. Blundell

5

Flex summary

Flexibility and technology

Jutta E. Rasp

6

Pen input

Stylus? Yerk! Who wants a stylus?

Guillaume Largillier

7

4K coming

When will 4K make your HDTV obsolete?

Andrew Eisner
8

Stretchable electronics

Stretchable electronics ready for market

Peter Harrop
9

Anaglyph

Considering making your own anaglyph 3D glasses?  Don’t!

Andrew Woods

10

Motion sensors

Use of MEMS motion sensors for mobile applications

Bruno Flament/Y Caritu

Tutorial

1

HD bandwidth issues

How much bandwidth does broadcast HD video use?

Bo Gowan

2

Sensors

The Importance of Sensors for Flexible Electronics

Jurgen Daniel

3

Bit depth

Understanding Bit Depth

Michael Reichmann

4

Contrast ratios

TV contrast ratio explained

Andrew Ghigo

5

Touch trade-offs

Decoding Touch Technology

Gary Barrett

6

Volumetric 3D

Pseudo-Volumetric 3D Display Solutions

Ismo Rakkolainen

7

Connectivity alternatives MHL, HDMI, and Thunderbolt David Hsieh

Technology Summary

1

Connectivity

Thunderbolt Technology

Tom Rossi

2

3D displays

Review of the LG Flatron D2342 Cinema 3D monitor

Bill Costa

3

Pro-cap with gloves

Designing touch panels to work with gloves

Tony Gray

4

Flex technology Attributes, technologies compatible with flexible substrates Kalluri Sarma
 

Issue 7

September 30, 2011

127 pages

News

1

Touch market Will they, won’t they? Bob Senior

2

Flexible displays TDK shows flexible and transparent PMOLED panels Phillip Hill

3

Holography University of Arizona develops holographic video Phillip Hill

4

Multitouch MultiTouch develops MultiTouch Twitter wall Phillip Hill

5

Multitouch University of Groningen creates largest touch screen Mark Fihn

6

Tabletop computing Microsoft introduces “Pixel Sense” Mark Fihn

7

3D technology 3D Experience offers inexpensive polarization rotator? Chris Chinnock

8

OLED Mitsubishi Electric installs 6mMeter OLED globe Mark Fihn

9

Flexible displays ASU and UDC develop full-motion video displays Phillip Hill

10

Interactive displays Converging technologies from Mechdyne Mark Fihn

11

Photography Lytro computational photography redefines the snapshot Randall S. Newton

Opinion-Editorial

1

Interface standards Auld Lang Syne: Farewell to VGA… Fluppeteer

2

Printed electronics Dear Santa… Chris Williams

3

Government policy Taxes and growth Mark Fihn

4

Printed electronics The enthusiasm is back – but where’s the beef? Norman Bardsley
5 Touch applications e-Books vs. Tablets Aldo Cugnini
6 3D market The potential for growth in stereoscopic 3D Jon Peddie

7

Financial market The Apple Express… Mark Fihn

Feature

1

3D history A few reminders… Michael Starks

2

Color survey Color Survey Results Randall Munroe

3

Organic electronics Organic Lighting: A glimpse into the future Stephen Clemmet

4

Display performance Flipboard: Your own magazine Bill Hill

5

Eco factors Calculating the total cost of ownership Ted Pollak

6

Automotive futures Printed Electronics powers “Car of the Future” Werner Schulz

7

Photography Brandon Brill creates beautiful SEM photos Mark Fihn
8 3D market Stereoscopic-3D: Looking at the next decade Sunil Jain
9 Color HD Displays: Displays and Color Clive (Max) Maxfield
10 Displays in sunlight Clover Systems SunBook Conrad H. Blickenstorfer

11

TV OTT and home TV Norman Hairston

Tutorial

1

Multitouch Putting the “Touch” in Multi-Touch Gary Barrett

2

3D human factors Seeing with our brain… Almont Green
3 Higher resolutions 4K resolution: more than meets the eye T Bert / T Marescaux
4 Metrology Visual task evaluation and optimization Colin M. Cartwright
5 3D market Channels of diffusion Keith Fredericks

6

Gestures To Swipe or not to Swipe Ahsan Javed

7

Government policy Widening government support for printed electronics Peter Harrop

Technology Summary

1

3D printing It will be awesome if they don’t screw it up Michael Weinberg

2

Display performance Apple iPhone 4 LCD display shoot-out Raymond Soneira

3

Touch technology MultiTaction Technology platform H Anttila / T Ilmonen

4

Stretchable electronics A display technology that stretches the imagination Arthur Berman

 

Issue 6

November 14, 2010

112 pages

News

1

Flexible substrates

Princeton develops energy-harvesting rubber sheets

Phillip Hill

2

Energy efficiency Energy-efficient LED stop-lights create driving hazard

Mark Fihn

3

LCD TV backlighting Sony details backlights in its upcoming 3D LCD TVs

Mark Fihn

4

Multi-touch tables 31FPS develops Cyclon multi-touch tables

Mark Fihn

5

Flexible sensors UIUC demonstrates flexible sensor array

Mark Fihn

6

LED Lighting Shanghai Pavilion features LED lighting

Mark Fihn

7

Specialized projection Microsoft and CMU develop prototype

Phillip Hill

8

OLEDs Samsung to ship 45 million OLED displays this year

Barry Young

9

Lighting and art Crimson Collective shows origami solar-powered crane Mark Fihn

10

Ultra-high resolution Microsoft introduces terapixel project Mark Fihn

11

Pressure sensitivity MIT fabricates pressure-sensitive multifunctional fiber Phillip Hill
12 Virtual reality Nokia and Intel focus on 3D and virtual reality

Phillip Hill

Opinion-Editorial

1

Avatar Thoughts on Avatar and 3D TV Adoption Ross Young

2

Apple Newton Why did Apple kill the Newton? David MacNeill

3

Printed electronics Early printed electronics revisited Peter Harrop

4

LED TV LED Confusion Continues J. Colegrove / C. Connery
5 Demographics Keeping the old gals around for a few more years… Andy Marken
6 High Resolution HDTV ruined the LCD display market Pete Brown

7

3D controversy Five reasons 3D display is doomed Steve Peterson
8 3D controversy Five reasons 3D display ISN'T doomed (a rebuttal) Neil Schneider
9 Printed electronics Nature abhors a vacuum! Chris Williams

10

Eco-displays Apple runs scared of O2 eco-rating Keith Baker

Feature

1

Lighting, etc… “Citius, Altius, Fortius”… Jutta Rasp

2

IP What is an Intellectual Property Strategy? Bill Meade

3

Sub-pixel rendering Resolution and false color images on the Nexus One… Luke Hutchison

4

Auto-stereoscopy Autostereoscopic cinema display system… Arthur Berman

5

Flex manufacturing A Look at Hybrid Flexible and Printed Technologies Paula Doe

6

Optical cabling Accelerating Apple iPad performance Tom Rossi

7

Smart fabrics The latest in smart haute couture Mark Fihn
8 Osborne computer Osborning through display space David Barnes
9 3D Clear Buildings Boris Starosta

10

High Resolution Keep taking the tablets… Fluppeteer

Tutorial

1

Touch Stop the Madness! Daniel Wigdor

2

Specsmanship How Monitor & HDTV Companies Cook Their Specs Raymond Soneira

3

Touch Finger positions for touchscreens Dan Saffer

4

Color The cornerstones of visual computing Ted Pollak

Technology Summary

1

Sub-pixel rendering PenTile OLED resolution C. Elliott / J. Pollack

2

Projected Capacitive Projected Capacitive Touch Technology T. Gray / L. Mozdzyn

3

High Resolution High resolution field sequential color display Peter Shin

4

3D Between the pixels Adrian Travis

 

Issue 5

February 28, 2010

86 pages

News

1

Touch technology

NYU develops a new pressure-sensitive pad

Mark Fihn

2

Stretchable electronics MIT leading the way to stretchable electronics

Mark Fihn

3

Stretchable electronics University of Tokyo develops elastic conductor

Phillip Hill

4

Touch and art “You Fade to Light” shows off Lumiblade OLEDs

Mark Fihn

5

Interactive touch Moment Factory Experience shows off interactive wall

Mark Fihn

6

Green lighting Taichung Convention Center with solar Eco-Skin

Mark Fihn

7

Photography Stunning winners of Wellcome and Nikon Awards

Mark Fihn

8

Interactive touch Sensacell introduces capacitive sensing LED modules

Mark Fihn

9

Interactive touch Microsoft demos multi-touch enabled mice concepts Mark Fihn

10

Emerging technology Philips introduces electronic skin technology Mark Fihn

11

3D Printing Stratasys produces aircraft model with 3D printing Mark Fihn
12 High Resolution Holger Schulze creates the biggest photo in the world

Mark Fihn

Opinion-Editorial

1

3D gaming It's okay to be different Neil Schneider

2

LED backlighting Has Samsung given up on LCD TV? Mark Schutter

3

Aspect ratios The Usual Aspects Fluppeteer

4

LED backlighting LCD Trickle-down Theory Jin Kim
5 3D cinema The digital religion Lenny Lipton
6 eBook displays There's No "Right" Display for eBooks David Barnes
7 Standardization VESA launches DisplayPort adaptor compliance effort Mark Fihn

8

Plastic electronics Party time for the UK's plastic electronics community Chris Williams

Feature

1

Motion artifacts DisplayMate Motion Bitmaps Edition Raymond Soneira

2

Color Management Portrait Displays brings more color to your life Jon Peddie

3

3D vision A scientific perceptual basis for stereo display design? Robert Patterson

4

3D challenges Perceptual Paradoxes: A stereo-challenged journalist… Ray Zone

5

3D history Half a century of stereoscopic viewing… Mike Cook

6

Large-scale lighting Smart Light Sydney features innovative light-art show Mark Fihn

7

Novel interface Reaching for new Light Peak display interface  Tom Rossi
8 Photovoltaics New organic dye developed in China Daniel Rogers
9 eBook standards Smart phones, eBook readers, and the “same old”… Andrew Updegrove

10

Optical illusion How can it be? – 3D Illusion Alan Stubbs

Tutorial

1

Display standards Flexible printed LCDs  Peter Harrop

2

High resolution Victorian faxes, toasters, and Nipkow disks… Clive (Max) Maxfield

3

Display standards De Divina Proportione II Mark Fihn

4

3D technology Organic and Printed electronics: OE-A demonstrators Klaus Hecker

5

3D technology Frustum frustration John Merritt
6 High performance Assessing a new tablet Geoff Walker

Technology Summary

1

Touch technology Uni-Pixel develops Opcuity Finger Print Resistant Film Jim Tassone

2

Multi-touch NUI Group's “Multi-Touch Technologies” Justin Ireland

3

Solid State Lighting Flexible Substrates for Solid-State Lighting Norman Bardsley

4

3D displays My ideal display Adrian Travis

 

Issue 4

April 30, 2009

108 pages

News

1

3D art

NOVA 3D LED light display showcased in Zurich

Mark Fihn

2

High resolution

Barco and Niles Creative create 10-megapixel video wall

Mark Fihn

3

Multi-touch

James Patten develops PICO

Phillip Hill

4

Interactive music

Josh Boughey develops the Stribe

Mark Fihn

5

3D immersion

Immersive Cocoon envelops user in 3D space

Mark Fihn

6

3D art

Paul Friedlander shows “Maquinas & Almas”

Mark Fihn

7

Flexible display

Sony and MPI develop flexible translucent display

Phillip Hill

8

High resolution

E/T/C Paris creates 40-megapixel video projection    

Mark Fihn

9

Flexible structures Loop.pH creates biomimetic architecture – Metabolic Media Mark Fihn

10

Textiles Luminex features luminous fibers for lighted fabrics  Mark Fihn

11

Interactive displays Catchyoo shows off family of interactive solutions Mark Fihn
12

Lighting

Spectacular light shows: 2009 New Year’s Eve

Mark Fihn

13

Multi-touch

Embodied Media shows off interactive spinning table

Mark Fihn

14

Flexible display

Silke Hilsing creates Impress interactive graphics display

Phillip Hill

Opinion-Editorial

1

3D displays Wrong, wrong, wrong: myths of stereoscopic filmmaking Lenny Lipton

2

Flexible displays Displays flexing but slowly David Lieberman

3

Display financials Happy Apple - Dell hell… Mark Fihn

4

Multi-touch Is the iTable coming? Bob Senior

5

Display financials May you live in interesting times! Chris Williams

Feature

1

High resolution Microsoft introduces Deep Zoom technology Mark Fihn

2

Lighting Why Papageno would have gone to Beijing... Jutta E. Rasp

3

3D cinema Fly me to the Moon: a 3D evaluation Daniel Smith

4

3D technology Stereoptiplexer cinema system – “outside-looking-in” Walter Funk

5

High resolution Gerard Maynard introduces 17-gigapixels project Mark Fihn

6

Interactive displays The handwriting on the interactive whiteboard… Art Berman

7

Cameras Quality vs. value: when is enough enough?    Michael Reichmann

8

Interactive displays Storytelling memories Tanya Marriott

Tutorial

1

Display standards Matte vs. glossy displays       Michael Becker

2

High resolution Small pixels… Fluppeteer

3

Display standards Off-axis color performance “surprisingly poor” Aldo Cugnini

4

3D technology Dimensionalization David Seigle

5

3D technology Volumetric displays with auto-stereo pixelation Adrian Travis
6 High performance Active Optical Cables Market Report 2009 Tom Rossi

7

TV semiconductors The new economics of HDTV semiconductors  Christian Prusia

Technology Summary

1

Image sensors Sony develops back-illuminated CMOS image sensor Phillip Hill

2

Cameras Do sensors “out-resolve” lenses? Rubén Osuna/Efraín García

3

Touch technology Four-point probes for touch-screen materials Robert Phares

4

High resolution DarbeeVision enhances photo realism Mark Fihn

5

Display technology Increasing LCD transmissivity – key to lower costs    Charles Annis

6

Interactive displays CMU/SMART develop foldable interactive displays Phillip Hill

 

Issue 3

June 30, 2008

124 pages

News

1

Touch panels

New touch-enabled phone designs

Mark Fihn

2

Imaging

Purdue engineers create “optical cloaking” design

Mark Fihn

3

Imaging

Aperio showcases web’s first terapixel image

Mark Fihn

4

High resolution

MERL blurs images to achieve higher resolution

Phillip Hill

5

Touch sensors

Fentix Cube utilizes LEDs and touch sensors

Mark Fihn

6

OLED

Empa fabricates OLED pixels by LIFT technique

Phillip Hill

7

Imaging

Frenchman studies Mona Lisa with 240-megapixel camera

Mark Fihn

8

Touch technology

Philips unveils first “Imagination Light Canvas”

Mark Fihn

9

Flexible displays

Nokia shows off Morph concept phone

Mark Fihn

10

OLED

World’s first OLED table light

Jutta E. Rasp

11

Video standards

Standards help capture images of Martian moon Phobos

Mark Fihn

Opinion-Editorial

1

3D displays

3D displays going mainstream in sports and cinema

Matt Brennesholtz

2

3D mapping

3D maps – a matter of perspective?

Alan Jones

3

Touch technology

Apple changes the world. Again.

Conrad H. Blickenstorfer

4

OLED

ILEDs: Placeholders for OLED lamps?

David Lieberman

5

Video standards

Rants and ramblings about video standards…

Fluppeteer

6

3D displays

How I got started in stereo

Lenny Lipton

7

3D cinema

U2 3D signals the evolution of motion pictures

Nick Dager

8

Touch history

Polythene bags and ambulances

Bob Senior

9

HDTV

High Def TV is in the eye of the beholder…

Andy Marken

Feature

1

Display standards

What’s the difference between a fighter jet and a sports car?

Ken Vassie

2

3D cinema

Volumetric cinematography: the world is no longer flat

Steve Perlman

3

Touch

Who the heck is Balda?

Geoff Walker

4

Display metrology

SID ICDM activity

Joe Miseli

5

3D cinema

Birth of a myth: the restoration of HONDO

Furmanek/Theakston

6

Flexible displays

Flexible and paperlike displays

Phillip Hill

7

Display standards

LCD specs playing with your eyes

Rodolfo La Maestra

8

Optical illusion

Variations on a Café Wall

Alan Stubbs

Tutorial

1

Printed electronics

Silver is golden for printed electronics applications

Lawrence Gasman

2

High resolution

Differences between digital camera and scanning back images

Mike Collette

3

Display manufacturing

Laser patterning and processing for display technologies

Ric Allott

4

Visual system

Seeing sounds and tasting colors

Clive (Max) Maxfield

5

Display metrology

International metrology standards for reflective LCDs

Jürgen Laur

6

Flexible displays

Preparation and application of conductive polymers

Louis Bollens

Technology Summary

1

Display standards

DisplayLink – easy multi-monitor setup

Jon Peddie

2

Touch panels

NextWindow introduces the 1900 optical touch screen

Anthony Uhrick

3

Touch panels

ThinSight: integrated optical multi-touch sensing

Izadi/Hodges/Butler

4

3DTV

DLP 3D HDTV

Mark Fihn

5

Visual system

The precision of stereoscopic processing

Robert Patterson

6

Visual system

The positive effect of negative parallax

Alexander Lentjes

 

Issue 2

May 16, 2007

87 pages

News

1

Flexible Displays

Princeton and UDC replace ITO with PEDOT polymer

Phillip Hill

2

3D Imaging

NIST gears up to evaluate short-range 3D imaging

Phillip Hill

3

3D

Solid Terrain Modeling shows off gigantic 3D map

Mark Fihn

4

EL Displays

elumin8 collaborates with Ginco and Perspex

Mark Fihn

5

Resolution

Shuttle launch captured from the Intl. Space Station

Mark Fihn

6

3D Art

James Patten exhibits tactile photography

Mark Fihn

7

Flexible Displays

Plastic Logic shows 150ppi flexible display

Mark Fihn

8

Touch Interaction

UVA presents “Volume” interactive LED installation

Mark Fihn

9

OLED

KTA develops OLED-based SmartWrap technology

Mark Fihn

10

Resolution

North Korea's Mass Games – human display

Mark Fihn

11

Touch Interaction

ANU researcher develops wearable musical instruments

Mark Fihn

Opinion-Editorial

1

Resolution

Windows Vista on a hi-res monitor

Alan Jones

2

Standards

Power consumption, digital switchover and home networking

Keith Baker

3

Flexible Displays

Are flexible displays actually good for something?

Ken Werner

4

Imaging

The cloak of invisibility…

Mark Fihn

5

Recycling

How do we be green?

Chris Williams

6

Standards

Lessons from HP about PDP…

Bob Raikes

7

3D Displays

Exercising the medium…

Lenny Lipton

8

Standards

Display measurement – science or religion?

Pat Dunn

9

Standards

Yet another standards battle…

Tom Mainelli

10

3D

Visual accommodation and human stereopsis

Robert Patterson

11

Marketing

Display business matters…

Bruce Berkoff

Feature

1

3D

Virtual reality platforms incorporate spherical designs

Mark Fihn

2

3D

Underwater stereoscopic video

Andrew Woods

3

Resolution

Using pixels wisely

Fluppeteer

4

Optical Illusion

How this can be… dynamic luminance

Alan Stubbs

5

3D Art

Pavement drawings by Julian Beever

Mark Fihn

6

Resolution

The RGBW brain boggle

Max Maxfield

7

3D

The Virtual Minster

Wayne Cranton

8

Standards

Lack of standards for LCD power

Colegrove & Semenza

Tutorial

1

Touch Input

Frit and the better touch screen

Gary Barrett

2

Touch Input

Circular polarizers in resistive touch screens           

Geoff Walker

3

Display Metrology

KB’s Display Dictionary

Karlheinz Blankenbach

4

3D

Free space 3D

Adrian Travis

5

3D

Rebuilding the Z-axis

Ray Zone

Technology Summary

1

Touch Interaction

Mitsubishi touches new heights in tabletop interaction

Phillip Hill

2

Standards

xvYCC: A new standard for video systems

Phillip Hill

3

Touch Technology

Carbon nanotube transparent electrodes for touch screens

Chris Weeks

4

Resolution

Quarktet’s SeDDaRA shows high-res image of the sun

Mark Fihn

5

Flexible Displays

New wave for flat panel display; Samsung presentation

Mark Fihn

 

Issue 1

May 8, 2007

74 pages

News

1

Flexible Displays

PARC researchers discuss a-Si TFTs on flexible substrates

Mark Fihn

2

3D Displays

“Gargantuan” projection wall shown at World Exposition

Phillip Hill

3

Organic IC

Nanoident produces high-resolution organic photonic sensor

Phillip Hill

4

Flexible Displays

“Dermal display” will control billions of robots in the body

Mark Fihn

5

Flexible Displays

Siemens shows electrochromic devices on paper and foil

Phillip Hill

6

Touch Input

TMD announces TFT-LCD with light-pen input

Mark Fihn

7

Touch Recognition

University of Tokyo develops flexible Braille displays

Mark Fihn

8

OLED

Fraunhofer researchers produce transparent OLEDs

Phillip Hill

9

Touch Input

Apple patent uses “wide touchpad” to reduce false inputs

Mark Fihn

10

Flexible Sensors

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute develops “nano skins”

Philip Hill

Opinion-Editorial

1

Flexible Displays

A personal view of the UK’s position in flexible displays

Chris Williams

2

Standards

Standards Matter

Andrew Updegrove

3

DisplayPort

DisplayPort, do we really need another standard?

Jon Peddie

4

Standards

Are displays hardware or software?

Alan Jones

5

3D Displays

3D needs KISS design

Kim Allen

6

Standards

Standards and specsmanship – a personal view…

Norman Bardsley

7

Resolution

Resolution: we’re back to 10 years ago…

Bob Raikes

8

HDMI

Following up with Silicon Image about HDMI

Bill Paul

9

Resolution

Pixel inflation?

Alfred Poor

10

3D Cinema

The BIGGEST thing in stereoscopic 3D

Andrew Woods

11

Resolution

Observations from a T221 second-class citizen…

Fluppeteer

Feature

1

3D Displays

SeeReal showcases simultaneous 2D and 3D technology

Phillip Hill

2

Fraud

Zelitt goes to jail - the VisuaLabs saga

Mark Fihn

3

Wide Aspect Ratios

14.x-inch wide aspect ratio panels for notebook PCs

Mark Fihn

4

Flexible Displays

Yachts and ski goggles…

Mark Fihn

5

Art

The sight of touch

Mark Fihn

6

Blu-ray/HD-DVD

Blu-ray vs. HD-DVD – not the only game…

Mark Fihn

7

Art

“Hosts”

Mark Fihn

8

Flexible Displays

Concrete…the newest flexible substrate?

Mark Fihn

9

Optical Illusion

How can this be?

Mark Fihn

Tutorial

1

Resolution

Visual resolution vs. counting dots

Candice Brown Elliott

2

3D Displays

Voxels and autostereo

Adrian Travis

3

Dynamic Range

Defining dynamic range

Greg Ward

4

Holographic Storage

Holographic storage promises terabyte levels of capacity

Mark Fihn

5

Touch Input

Low-cost capacitive touch screens drive  new innovations

Chris Ard

Technology Summary

1

Flexible Displays

IST showcases plasma-sphere technology

Mark Fihn

2

Flexible Displays

University of Rochester introduces PCLC reflective displays

Mark Fihn

3

Flexible Displays

Samsung processes a-Si TFT LCD on plastic substrate

Phillip Hill

4

Smart Fabrics

France Telecom shows off image-based clothing

Mark Fihn

5

3D Displays

MacNaughton on changes in stereoscopic displays

Phillip Hill