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Issue 100

July 27, 2017

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: And the winner is?…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  NEC Corporation/Tokyo Institute of Technology, ON Semiconductor, University of Central Florida, IBM, Stewart Filmscreen/Pufferfish, NTT Docomo, Samsung, Axis Communications, Lumenera, Naver, IMTO University, Caltech, C Seed, Apple, ESO, Polycom, BBC, Elbit Systems, University of Tampere, LG Electronics, Top 500, BenQ, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Melbourne, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, MicroVision/Ragentek, Dolby/Netflix, Cyviz, Seoul Semiconductor/Toshiba Materials, Grand View Research, Toshiba Electronic Devices, Smithsonian Channel, Japan Display, InFocus, and Nanoco/Kyulux

SID/DSCC Investors Conference, May 23, 2017, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Aledia, and Nanosys

SID AR/VR Conference, May 24, 2017, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from eMagin Corporation, Samsung Mobile Communications, and FoVI 3D

SID Display Week, May 23-26, 2017, Los Angeles, California; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Brunel University London, TCL Corporate Research, BOE Technology Group, Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co Ltd, Nichia Corporation, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), University of British Columbia/King Abdullah University of Science and Technology/MTT Innovation Inc., Seoul National University/Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co Ltd, Grenoble Université Alpes, University of Central Florida, LG Display, Seoul National University, Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co Ltd., BOE Technology Group, Toshiba Corporation, and Merck Performance Materials Ltd.

Image Sensors Europe, March 15-17, 2017, London, England; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), OmniVision Technologies, and Schott

The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality, February 1, 2017, Burlingame, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Hawaii at Mānoa, University of California San Diego, EAC/UALR/Power Technology Inc., and Koc University

Stereoscopic Displays and Applications, January 30–February 1, 2017, Burlingame, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from York University/Christie Digital/Sheridan College, Holografika/Nokia Technologies/Tampere University of Technology, NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), and Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute

What is contrast ratio, high key and low key lighting by Sareesh Sudhakaran

Human image perception by Michael Goldman

Last Word: 3M to retire QDEF by Ken Werner

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 99

May 31, 2017

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Is eight enough?…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  SID, North Carolina State University, University of Central Florida, University of Michigan, CREOL, Rice/Northwestern Universities, NHK, MIT, Merck/University of Leeds, LG, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, LG/SES, Oxford University, University of Birmingham, Phase One, Berkeley National Laboratory/Hayward/aBeam Technologies, Lund University, Columbia University, Pixelworks, ViewSonic, Garmin, Disney Research, Telechips, OpenDrives, Hasselblad, eMagin, TICO Alliance, DJI/Hasselblad, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Institute of Photonic Sciences, Adobe, MicroScan, JDI, Venture Reality Fund, ABI Research, Akamai, ATSC, and Chinese National Space Administration

Image Sensors Europe, March 15-17, 2017, London, England; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from ST Microelectronics, DxO Labs, and e2v

Quantum Dot Forum, March 15-17, 2017, La Jolla, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from BOE Technology Group Co., GE Global Research, Lumileds, Pacific Light Technologies, Crystalplex Corp.

Phosphor Global Summit, March 13-15, 2017, La Jolla, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Seaborough Research, Philips Lighting Research, and Queen’s University/Christie Digital Systems

Color Imaging, January 29 - February 2, 2017, Burlingame, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Technicolor Research & Innovation/Université de Poitiers, Purdue University/Hewlett-Packard Indigo Division/Hewlett-Packard Laboratories USA, Chiba University/Tokyo Kikai Seisakusho Ltd, and Simon Fraser University

FLEX Europe, October 25-26, 2016, Grenoble, France; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from UDC

Making streaming content enjoyable for everyone by Andy Marken

The 9 most important photographs ever by Sareesh Sudhakaran

Three premium TVs plot different paths to enhanced performance by Ken Werner

Autodesk SketchBook handles 100 megapixel illustrations by Randall S. Newton

Light field cinema capture coming by Michael Goldman

Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+ by Jin Kim

Last Word: New study on high pixel density clarifies advantages by Arthur Berman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 98

April 29, 2017

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Tarariki...by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  Mikro Mesa/HKC, Exciton Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, MIT Media Lab, Strem Chemicals/Dotz Nano, Robert Johnson, NEC Display Solutions, Samsung, Cyviz, Rice/Northwestern, AOC, Atomos, Max Planck Institute, University of California San Diego/Nanovision Biosciences, Bentley Motors, Verizon/SES, and ETH

Augmented Human Conference, March 17-18, 2017, Mountain View, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo/Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Keio University, Singapore University of Technology and Design/National University of Singapore, and Singapore University of Technology and Design

CSCW, February 25 - March 1, 2017, Portland, Oregon; Phillip Hill covers a paper from Argonne National Laboratory/University of Hawaií at Mānoa/University of Illinois at Chicago

Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games, February 25-27, 2017, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from Electronic Arts/AMD, Williams College/Stanford University/McGill University/Nvidia, University of Utah, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and UNC-Chapel Hill/InnerOptic Technology Inc./Nvidia Corporation

Image Quality and System Performance, January 29 - February 2, 2017, Burlingame, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from Georgia Institute of Technology, UC Berkeley/International Computer Science Institute (ICSI)/Norwegian University of Science and Technology, DxO Labs, and University College of Southeast Norway/Barco Fredrikstad AS/Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Color Imaging, January 29 - February 2, 2017, Burlingame, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)/Monroe Community College (MCC), Rochester Institute of Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and Digimarc Corporation/X-Rite Incorporated

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 5-8, 2016, Macao, China; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Aizu, University of Erlangen Nuremberg, and KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.

User Interface Software and Technology Symposium, October 16-19, 2016, Tokyo, Japan; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from NTT DOCOMO, MIT Media Lab/Brown University, University of Washington/Cornell Tech/Microsoft Research, and The University of Tokyo

Interview with Sri Peruvemba Board Director and Chair of Marketing for SID

Interview with Ross Young from DSCC

Which is the best 4K monitor for color grading? by Sareesh Sudhakaran

The “Live Stream” rises by Michael Goldman

Cinematography, HDR and Waveform monitors by Matt Brennesholtz

Two keys to optimal HDR TVs: Dynamic HDR metadata and tone mapping track by Ken Werner

Last Word: I’m seeing more than I want to, or maybe not enough by Jon Peddie

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 97

March 13, 2017

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Big LED screens...by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  Panasonic, NEC Display Solutions of America, Vision Research, Blu-ray Disc Association, BAE Systems, Yole Développement, CyberLink, Sony, Imec, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Stanford, Google, ESO, UC Berkeley, University of Utah, Google Street View, Dolby Laboratories/LG Electronics, Kings College London, Luminit, Bexel, and Planar/Leyard

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 5-8, 2016, Macao, China; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo/The University of Electro-Communications, University of Jeddah, ETH Zurich/Moveon/Spacemap, and Tianjin University

Interactive Surfaces and Spaces, November 6-9, 2016, Niagara Falls, Ontario; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Lille/University of Lisbon, Argonne National Laboratory/University of Illinois at Chicago/Northern Illinois University, and Freie Universität Berlin

User Interface Software and Technology Symposium, October 16-19, 2016, Tokyo, Japan; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Carnegie Mellon University (x2), University of Tsukuba/Waseda University/The University of Tokyo, and Fuji Xerox/FX Palo Alto Laboratory

SIGGRAPH, July 24-28, 2016, Anaheim, California; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Autodesk, Goldsmiths University of London, Hasselt University/Université Libre de Bruxelles, and Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro/Globo TV Network

SID Display Week, May 22-27, 2016, San Francisco, California; In the fifth of five reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from National Taiwan University/AU Optronics Corporation/National Dong Hwa University, LG Display, Raontech Inc./Korea University, LG Display, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc., Ostendo Technologies Inc., Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP, AU Optronics Corporation, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/Donghua University, and Southern University of Science and Technology

Large-area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention, April 5-7, 2016, Munich, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Novaled GmbH, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology

HDR: What’s it all about and how does it affect interfacing? by Pete Putman

The flagship 2017 OLED smart phones by Raymond Soneira

GPU developments: more of Moore’s law by Jon Peddie

Creative control as the palette expands by Michael Goldman

Last Word: A new way to improve eye contact in video conferencing systems by Arthur Berman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 96

January 19, 2017

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: 8K arrives...by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Dolby Laboratories/Universal Pictures/Warner Bros., CyberLink, TCL, Ambarella, Snap, PogoTec, Samsung Electronics, LG, Ultivue, CTA, Razer, EyeQue, Sony Electronics, Polaroid, Duke University, Palacký University/Universidad Complutense, RightEye, Oppo, Gap Intelligence, Western Digital, MicroVision, ViewSonic, Apple, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Rochester Medical Center, A*STAR, Australian National University, Bin Bai, Inomize/Nano-Retina, and Fraunhofer

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 5-8, 2016, Macao, China; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from ETH Zurich/Moveon/Spacemap, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Wakayama University, and ETRI/Korea University

Interactive Surfaces and Spaces, November 6-9, 2016, Niagara Falls, Ontario; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Stanford University, Sony Computer Science Laboratories Inc., The University of British Columbia, and Technische Universität Dresden

SIGGRAPH, July 24-28, 2016, Anaheim, California; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), University of Surrey/Reutlingen University, POSTECH, and Google Inc./Mabulous Software & Graphics GmbH

Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, June 7-10, 2016, Bari, Italy; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Politecnico di Milano, University of Electro-Communications/Tokyo Institute of Technology/The University of Tokyo/Politecnico di Bari/Iowa State University

SID Display Week, May 22-27, 2016, San Francisco, California; In the fourth of five reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Advanced Film Device Inc./Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Sharp Corporation, CEA-LETI/III-V Lab, University of Central Florida/AlphaMicron Inc., Sharp Corporation/Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc., Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc., Chunghwa Picture Tubes, Kent Displays Inc., National Taiwan University/National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Sun Yat sen University/University of Central Florida, National Taiwan University, Chonbuk National University/Kent State University, Kent State University/BOE Technology Group, and LG Display R&D Center

Annual QD Forum, March 9-11, 2016, Newport Beach, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Colorado, UbiQD, QD Vision, and Osram Opto Semiconductors

Color, emotion and crowdsourcing? by Jeff Yurek

LG Signature OLED TV W and LG Gram 14 by Jin Kim

Full-dome screens: When 100,000 lumens isn’t enough by Matt Brennesholtz

Acquisition HDR by Michael Goldman

Last Word: CES 2017 in the rear view mirror by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 95

December 14, 2016

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Prisma…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  Microsoft, Applied Materials, Max Planck Institute, Panasonic, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, DigitalGlobe/Harris Corporation, Nanoco/Kodak, University of Melbourne, Hexogon Solution/Christie, EIZO, YouTube, MicroVision, Google, KIST, CMOSIS, ON Semiconductor, Hitachi, Intel/Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Canon USA, Lumenera, Kyocera, Alienware, Leyard, Sugon, Caltech, Magewell, Roku, Google Play, Hulu, Digital Entertainment Group, RightEye, Ultimation, and Australian National University

Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, November 2-4, 2016, Munich, Germany; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Universidade de Lisboa/Tecgraf, Inria/Ecole Nationale d’Ingenieurs de Brest, Université Paris-Saclay/Normandie Université, University of Tampere/University of California, and Technical University of Munich

SIGGRAPH, July 24-28, 2016, Anaheim, California; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from The University of Tokyo, University of Sao Paulo/Duke University, Keio University, and University of Tsukuba

Symposium on Pervasive Displays, June 20-22, 2016, Oulu, Finland; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Universita della Svizzera Italiana (USI)/University of Zurich/SUPSI, University of Stuttgart/BTK University of Art and Design Berlin/University of Konstanz, DFKI GmbH/Saarland University, and University of Lapland

Annual QD Forum, March 9-11, 2016, Newport Beach, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from QD Vision, Touch Display Research, Nanoco, QDChip/Tsinghua University, IHS, and Fraunhofer ICT-IMM

iPhone 7 display technology shoot-out: iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 by Raymond Soneira

Xiaomi Mi Mix by Jin Kim

Irystec aims to optimize displays to people by Bob Raikes

Cat S60 — More than the naked eye can see by Conrad H. Blickenstorfer

Merck/EMD confirms Nanoco Quantum Dot technology transfer on fast track by Ken Werner

Samsung Buys QD Vision’s IP for $70M and the Future of Quantum Dots by Ross Young

Last Word: UHD televisions advance by Michael Goldman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 94

November 23, 2016

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Low resolution…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  Ludwig Maximilians Universitat Munchen, Eastman Kodak/Bullitt Group, ARM, Intel Capital/Chronocam, Nureva, Murchison Widefield Array, LG, DENSO/Toshiba, InfraTec, NatureVision TV/SES, Carrobot, E Ink Holdings, EyeQue, University of Cambridge, Xiaomi, FLIR/Point Grey Research, Nanoco, CTA, Fujifilm, Evans & Sutherland, JDI, National Institute for Materials Science, Crystalplex, and IHS

Virtual Reality Software and Technology, November 2-4, 2016, Munich, Germany; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from The University of Melbourne, Federal Institute of Maranhao/Federal University of Ceara, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, and Vienna University of Technology

Multimedia Conference, October 15-19, 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Phillip Hill covers papers from Chinese Academy of Sciences, Northeastern University, KAIST, and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Symposium on Spatial User Interaction, October 15-16, 2016, Tokyo, Japan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Télécom ParisTech, University of Manitoba/Lenovo, University of Manitoba/Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, and University of Tsukuba

SGIA Printed Electronics Symposium, September 13-14, 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Chromaline Screen Print Products

Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, September 12-16, 2016, Heidelberg, Germany; Phillip Hill covers papers from German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence/Osaka Prefecture University/Keio University, and University of Tübingen

International Symposium on Wearable Computers, September 12-16, 2016, Heidelberg, Germany; Phillip Hill covers a paper from Georgia Tech

Mobile HCI, September 6-9, 2016, Florence, Italy; Phillip Hill covers papers from Saitama University, RWTH Aachen, University College London, and University of Hannover

SIGGRAPH, July 24-28, 2016, Anaheim, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/Max Planck Institute for Informatics/Stanford University, Keio University, The University of Tokyo, and Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

Symposium on Pervasive Displays, June 20-22, 2016, Oulu, Finland; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Lapland, Stuttgart Media University/University of Stuttgart, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, and KU Leuven

SID Display Week, May 22-27, 2016, San Francisco, California; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Samsung Display, Zhejiang University/University of Leeds, National Chiao Tung University/AU Optronics Corporation, Arkesso LLC, University of Central Florida, Yonsei University, eMagin Corporation/US Army RDECOM CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, Ghent University and imec, and Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co. Ltd./Advance Film Device Inc.

Printed Electronics Europe, April 27-28, 2016, Berlin, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from CAN (Center for Applied Nanotechnology) GmbH, QD Vision, and Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives

Electronic Displays Conference, February 24-25, 2016, Nuremberg, Germany; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Osram Opto Semiconductors, Forth Dimension Displays, Fraunhofer ISIT, and Brunel University/mLED Ltd.

Challenges in the new M&E world by Andy Marken

Everything old is new again: goodbye to the VCR by Pete Putman

Last Word: More, Better, Faster! by Bob Raikes

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 93

September 30, 2016

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Art bits…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: BOSS, Vanderbilt, InVisage Technologies, eMagin, InFocus, KU Leuven, Philips, Corning, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment/Intel, IHS, Leyard/Planar, EyeBuyDirect, Seemore, Verizon Wireless/ASUS, CooperVision, Sony, ESI Design, Technavio, MaxLinear/MStar, Lattice Semiconductor, Garmin, Bangor University, Samsung, AGC Asahi Glass, Display Solution, Hasselblad/DJI, Toshiba, University of Texas at Austin/Cornell Tech, Minnesota Vikings, NASA, THine Electronics, ViewSonic, ASSIMILATE, European Southern Observatory, MIT, Samsung, Google, Nano-Light, Econolite/Image Sensing Systems, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Optoma, UbiQD, McGill University, Hasselblad, General Micro Systems, University College Cork, LG Electronics, Nanoco/Wah Hong Industrial, Merck/Nanoco, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, BBC, and NHK

Engineering Interactive Computing Systems Conference, June 21-24, 2016, Brussels, Belgium; Phillip Hill covers a paper from KU Leuven

Symposium on Pervasive Displays, June 20-22, 2016, Oulu, Finland; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Wisconsin/University of Tampere/Valmet Automation, University of St Andrews/University of Saskatchewan/University of Utrecht, Queensland University of Technology/The University of Sydney/Illinois Institute of Technology/UNSW, and Saxion University of Applied Sciences

SID Display Week, May 22-27, 2016, San Francisco, California; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from BOE Technology Group Co. Ltd., Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co. Ltd./Advanced Film Device Inc., XiaMen Tianma Microelectronics/NLT Technologies, Sharp Corporation, Ghent University, South University of Science and Technology of China/Nanyang Technological University, QD Vision Inc., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/City University of Hong Kong, NanoPhotonica Inc./University of Florida, Najing Technology Corporation Ltd./Zhejiang University, Texas Instruments Inc., Hanyang University, University of St Andrews, and Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology

Electronic Displays Conference, February 24-25, 2016, Nuremberg, Germany; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Merck KGaA, QD Vision, and NDF Special Light Products

Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, February 14-18, 2016, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, Brown University/Microsoft Corporation, and University of California/University of Nevada/Blackthorn Media

Video viewing will transition from quantity to quality by Andy Marken

Light art across centuries…by Louis M. Brill

Samsung focuses on Quantum Dots for TV by Jeff Yurek

Everyone is talking about the perfect display by Norbert Hildebrand

iPhone7 new ground-breaking display: The best news that wasn't…by Steve Sechrist

Last Word: Seeing is…everything by Jon Peddie

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 92

July 31, 2016

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Not enough storage…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Aries Group, INSIDE Secure/Rambus, Intel, Dell, E Ink, Dispelix, Sony, University of South Australia, Nanosys, AOC, Xiaomi, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, MicroAd, Toshiba, Polycom, Vizio, IHS, Technicolor/Vubiquity, Sandia National Laboratories, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, US Cellular/UHD Alliance, Samsung, Image Matters/PLDA, Imagine Communications, Radiant Insights, allRGB Project, Panasonic, Vaddio, Astral Images, Toshiba, NanoTech Entertainment, Google, Scenarist, Imagine Communications, FotoNation/Socionext, Tianma, Display Solution, Nanosys/Hitachi Chemical, Quantum Materials, QD Vision, Shutterstock, Crystalplex, Yamaha, University of Wisconsin–Madison, HP, Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Cardiff University, Séura, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, NHK-Japan, Ikegami, and Scientifantastic

SID Wearable-Flexible Conference, May 25, 2016, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from eMagin and Texas Instruments

SID Investors Conference, May 24, 2016, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Kopin, and Vuzix

SID Business Conference, May 23, 2016, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Nanosys, Leyard and Planar, and Intel

SID Display Week, May 22-27, 2016, San Francisco, California; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO), Arborlight Inc, Kopin Corporation, Toshiba Corporation, QD Laser Inc., AU Optronics Corporation, National Chiao Tung University/AU Optronics Corporation, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Saarland University/Hisense Electric, Merck Ltd., Irystec Software Inc, and Osaka University

Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications, March 14-17, 2016, Charleston, South Carolina; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Nagoya University, Yale University, University of Massachusetts, and Marquette University/Medical College of Wisconsin

Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, March 7-10, 2016, Sonoma, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from FXPAL/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, INESC-ID Lisboa/Técnico Lisboa/University of Lisbon/Universidade da Beira Interior Covilhã, and Columbia University/Samsung Electronics/Adobe Systems

Interactive 3D Graphics and Games, February 27-28, 2016, Redmond, Washington; Phillip Hill covers papers from UNC Chapel Hill/LAAS CNRS/Université Rennes II/INRIA, Nvidia, and POSTECH/University of Strasbourg/University of Haute-Alsace

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 15-18, 2015, Funchal, Portugal; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Kaiserslautern, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Samsung Electronics/TEEM, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, and Ruhr-University of Bochum/Queensland University of Technology/Middlesex University

The content “Force” is ready for a reawakening by Andy Marken

Quantum Dots to give perovskites a run for their money by Matt Brennesholtz

Last Word: Vizio Is acquired by LeEco by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 91

May 27, 2016

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Clams…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Sharp, Philips, Hitachi, Bruce Munro, Hasselblad, Samsung, Panasonic, NanoTech Entertainment, FLIR, Nanjing University, E Ink, and StoreDot

Eye Tracking Research & Applications, March 14-17, 2016, Charleston, South Carolina; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from UTFPR/University of Sao Paulo, University of Tübingen, NASA Ames Research Center/iSolverSolutions/New York University, and Centro Universitario da FEI/Imperial College London

CSCW, February 27–March 2, 2016, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Washington/Microsoft Research, University College London/University of Nottingham, Microsoft Research/University of Wisconsin-Madison/University of Southern California, and Simon Fraser University/Microsoft Research

Augmented Human International Conference, February 25-27, 2016, Geneva, Switzerland; Phillip Hill covers papers from Augsburg University/German University in Cairo, Technical University of Munich/Osaka University, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., and Università della Svizzera italiana

Tangible Embedded and Embodied Interaction, February 14-17, 2016, Eindhoven, Netherlands; Phillip Hill covers papers from Eindhoven University of Technology/University of Technology Sydney, KAIST, and POSTECH

Printed Electronics USA, November 18-19, 2015, Santa Clara, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from GM Nameplate/Engineered Materials Systems/Chromaline, and InVisage Technologies Inc.

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 15-18, 2015, Funchal, Portugal; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Chalmers University of Technology/Yıldız Technical University/University of Nottingham, University of Calgary, and Universitat de Barcelona/Airbus Group Innovations

Touch Gesture Motion and Emerging Displays, November 12-13, 2015, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Ignis Innovation

Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, November 13-15, 2015, Beijing, China; Phillip Hill covers papers from Microsoft Research Asia/SKLCS Institute of Software, Korea University/Sungkyunkwan University, and Peking University

International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, November 9-13, 2015, Seattle, Washington; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Texas at Dallas, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 2-5, 2015, Kobe, Japan; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Bern/Shenzhen VisuCA Key Lab/SIAT/Memorial University of Newfoundland/Tel-Aviv University, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics/Stanford University, The Ohio State University/Adobe Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and University Erlangen-Nuremberg/Max Planck Institute for Informatics/Microsoft Research

VRCAI, October 30 – November 1, 2015, Kobe, Japan; Phillip Hill covers papers from Tongji University, and Hokkaido University/UEI Research/JST CREST

Automotive User Interfaces, September 1-3, 2015, Nottingham, England; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Virginia Tech/University of Nottingham, University of Toronto, University of Salzburg (x2), and University of Oldenburg/OFFIS Institute for Information Technology

SIGGRAPH, August 9-13, 2015, Los Angeles, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Tsukuba, The University of Tokyo, and University of Maryland

SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies, August 9-13, 2015, Los Angeles, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from USC Institute for Creative Technologies, Keio University/J!NS Co. Ltd./Osaka Prefecture University, and The University of Tokyo

Image Sensors Automotive, June 23-25, 2015, Brussels, Belgium; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from IAV GmbH, Volvo Cars, OmniVision Technologies Inc., and Jaguar Land Rover

NAB beauty by Andy Marken

UDC works on hybrid OLED approach by Bob Raikes

Last Word: Resolved! No more dot counting! by Candice H. Brown Elliott

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 90

March 31, 2016

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Clams…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Netflix, DirecTV, Toshiba, Olympic Broadcasting Services, LZH, Fujifilm, Glide, Motion Simulation, Optinvent, Wolf Cinema, FLIR, UHD Alliance, VER, UCL, MIT, Boeing, LG Display, Mitsubishi Electric, Phase One, THine Electronics, APEX, Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, ARM, Swinburne University, University of South Australia, University of Southampton, Wanda Cinema/Dolby Laboratories, Evena Medical, Polycom, Pentax, Brien Holden Vision Institute/University of New South Wales Australia/Singapore Eye Research Institute, Panasonic, Dialog Semiconductor, NEC Display Solutions of America, ViewSonic, intoPIX, Garmin, ONERA, Bordeaux, IHS, RightEye, Extron, EyeGuide, UC Berkeley, Genii, UltraFlix, NanoTech Entertainment, Letv, Amazon, Canon USA, and University of Utah

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 15-18, 2015, Funchal, Portugal; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Waterloo, University of Bremen/University of Stuttgart/University of Munich, University of Calgary, and Technische Universitat Dresden

User Interface Software and Technology, November 8-11, 2015, Charlotte, North Carolina; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from DFKI GmbH/University of Copenhagen/Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Lancaster University/Max Planck Institute for Informatics, and Disney Research/Harvard SEAS/Adobe/UCL/TU Berlin/MIT CSAIL

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 2-5, 2015, Kobe, Japan; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo, Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas/USC Institute for Creative Technologies/University of Crete, Tohoku University, and University of Canterbury/City University

OLEDs World Summit, October 27-29, 2015, Berkeley, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Universal Display Corporation, and QD Vision

Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, September 7-11, 2015, Osaka, Japan; Phillip Hill covers papers from Georgia Institute of Technology, and University of Waterloo

Automotive User Interfaces and Applications, September 1-3, 2015, Nottingham, England; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Glasgow, University of Nottingham, University of Munich (LMU)/IAV GmbH, and University of Nottingham/Jaguar Land Rover

SIGGRAPH, August 9-13, 2015, Los Angeles, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo, Inria/University of Luxembourg/University of Lille, Waseda University, and Rakuten Inc.

Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems, June 23-26, Duisburg, Germany; Phillip Hill covers papers from Middlesex University/University of Leeds, and University of Duisburg-Essen

Image Sensors Automotive, June 23-25, 2015, Brussels, Belgium; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Sunex Inc., Autoliv Electronics, Valeo Automated Parking, and SBD

SID International Symposium, June 2-5, 2015, San Jose, California; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from National Tsing Hua University, Intel Corp./PointSpectrum Corp./University of Utah, National Taiwan University, Himax Display Inc., and AU Optronics Corporation

Dell UltraSharp 4K OLED monitor by Jin Kim

Why the new Ultra HD standard matters for quantum dot suppliers by Guillaume Chansin

Last Word: An organic quantum dot alternative by Ken Werner

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 89

January 31, 2016

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: High resolution coffee…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Alcatel-Lucent, Digitimes Research, Bruker, IHS, Panasonic, BMW, Nikon, Garmin, Dolby Laboratories/LG Electronics, Essilor/CNRS, Rice University, ZEISS, LG, Samsung, Ambarella, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, eMagin, Texas Instruments, Sony, Kopin, TP-Link, University of Utah, TablerTV, DTU, Vimeo, Rhian Lewis, Thirty Meter Telescope, and Parks Associates

User Interface Software and Technology, November 8-11, 2015, Charlotte, North Carolina; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Munich (LMU)/Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Microsoft Research/University of North Carolina, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 2-5, 2015, Kobe, Japan; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Tokyo Institute of Technology, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)/The University of Tokyo, Osaka Prefecture University, and Tokyo University of Technology/eje-inc

Computational Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from TP Vision Innovation Site Europe, Purdue University, and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Real-Time Image and Video Processing, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Universidad de Sevilla/Ghent University, Silesian University of Technology/AGH University of Science and Technology, and Universidad Politecnica de Madrid

Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of California San Diego, Center for Virtual Reality and Immersive Simulation Renault, and Nagaoka University of Technology

Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Samsung R&D Institute Russia/National Research Nuclear University/Samsung Electronics, Chang'an University, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology/Samsung Display, and STMicroelectronics SAS

Visual Information Processing and Communication, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Inha University, Peking University, Purdue University, Wuhan University, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, and Utsunomiya University

Document Recognition and Retrieval, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Fribourg/University of Applied Sciences, University of La Rochelle/University of Rouen/University of Sousse, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/Technical University of Darmstadt/University of Trier, Université de Lorraine/École Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Nancy, and Ben-Gurion University

Imaging and Multimedia Analytics, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Dayton/Auviz Systems, Purdue University/Indiana University, Illinois Institute of Technology, and Purdue University (x2)

Digital Photography, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Stanford University/Olympus Corporation of the Americas, Nikon Research Corporation of America/Nikon Corporation, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)/Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, NEC Corporation/Tokyo Institute of Technology, and Don State Technical University

SMPTE 2015: The serious side of entertainment by Andy Marken

Quantum Dots everywhere at CES 2016 by Jeff Yurek

Demand for quantum dots will increase 20-fold over next decade by Guillaume Chansin

CES 2016: Some second thoughts by Pete Putman

Last Word: Farewell, my friend…by Mark Fihn

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 88

December 20, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: The size of a single pixel…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Christie, Queen’s University, InVisage, Hudway, Panasonic, Lytro, ORNL, Dispelix, Axis Communications, Cyviz, Elbit Systems, Florida State University, Duke University, Sony, Rice University, Altia Systems, Mitsubishi Electric, University of Washington, MIT, Planar Systems, Userful/WG Electronics, University of Illinois, MicroVision, Philips, Apple, MStar/Dolby, Vizio/Dolby, ON Semiconductor, University of Leeds, IHS, Kaleidescape, Echo Laboratories, Samsung, University of Connecticut, Giraffic, and HP

Multimedia Conference, October 26-30, 2015, Brisbane, Australia; Phillip Hill covers papers from National University of Singapore, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, and University of Catania

Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices, August 24-27, 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Toulouse/University of Manitoba/Dartmouth College, Intel Corp./ University of Washington, and ETH Zurich

SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies, August 9-13, 2015, Los Angeles, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of California, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, University of British Columbia, and Laster Technologies

Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Arizona State University, Sapienza University of Rome, CRIM, State University of New York, and The University of Hong Kong

Visual Information Processing and Communication, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Notre Dame, Xiph.Org Foundation, and University of Waterloo

Media Watermarking, Security, and Forensics, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Geneva, and Oxford University

Image Sensors and Imaging Systems, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Shizuoka University, Tohoku University, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH)/University of Crete, Simon Fraser University/University of Massachusetts, and Université Paris 13/Université Paris VI

Computational Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Rochester Institute of Technology, Signetron Inc./University of California, Rochester Institute of Technology/Hewlett Packard Company, and The George Washington University/Naval Research Laboratory

Digital Photography, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Stanford University/Olympus Corporation of the Americas, National Institute of Technology/Indian Institute of Technology/Samsung R&D Institute, Dolby Laboratories (x2)

Video Surveillance and Transportation Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from ViNotion BV/Eindhoven University of Technology, Florida Institute of Technology, Fraunhofer IOSB, Rochester Institute of Technology, National Chiao Tung University

Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Purdue University, KAIST, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisaton (CSIRO)/University of Hull/Université de Nantes, and Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Quantum dots making inroads in displays by Guillaume Chansin

Quantum Dots go to Hollywood by Jeff Yurek

Last Word: Quantum Dots or OLED -- Which will create a better image? by Norbert Hildebrand

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 87

October 26, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: 46 billion pixels…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Red Digital Cinema, Sony, Panasonic, Roku, Kopin, Huawei/Google, Amazon, NASA/Harmonic, Memento, NASA, Rohde & Schwarz, Altia Systems, Depict Frame, Jena University, Murata, Exploride, 343 Industries, Leica, Dartmouth University, Apple, and Barnes & Noble

SID International Symposium, June 2-5, 2015, San Jose, California; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from National Taiwan University/National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Sharp Corporation, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc. (x2), and Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display Co.

World Congress of Smart Materials, March 23-25, 2015, Busan, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers presentations from IFW Dresden, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Shanghai Advanced Research Institute

Image Sensors, March 17-19, 2015, London, England; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Bradford, Rambus Labs, OmniVision Technologies Inc., and DLR Institute of Planetary Research

Augmented Human International Conference, March 9-11, 2015, Singapore; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from INSA Rennes/Inria, SUNY Oswego, Hosei University, and Keio University

Electronic Displays Conference, February 25-26, 2015, Nuremberg, Germany; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Mercedes-Benz, Annax, and Xilinx

Real-Time Image and Video Processing, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from The Aerospace Corporation, University of Texas at Dallas, Ricoh Institute of Technology/Ricoh Software Research Center, and US Naval Academy

Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Yonsei University, Eindhoven University of Technology, and Tampere University of Technology

Visualization and Data Analysis, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Wright State University, University of California Davis/University of Kaiserslautern, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Virginia Tech, and University of Notre Dame/Michigan Technological University/NASA Ames Research Center

Image Quality and System Performance, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of East Anglia/Spectral Edge Ltd, Orange Labs, and LG Display

Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Purdue University/Hewlett-Packard Co., Kyungpook National University, RIT/Hewlett Packard, and Samsung Electronics/Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Tsinghua University, Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB, Arizona State University, and Sapienza University of Rome

Video Surveillance and Transportation Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Université Paris/Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie, University of Dayton, and ViNotion BV/Eindhoven University of Technology

Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Minnesota/University of Texas at Austin/York University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and EPFL/Oce

3DIPM, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Nagoya University, University of California/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Yonsei University

Most filmmakers aren’t in Hollywood or on YouTube…by Andy Marken

IFA sets up a huge year for TVs with HDR, next-gen content and Quantum Dots by Jeff Yurek

Competitor to Quantum Dots emerging by Matt Brennesholtz

Last Word: Are the Folks at QD Vision Worried? by Ken Werner

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 86

September 30, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: From a million miles away…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Kodak, Canon, DMT, Sony Mobile Communications, Philips, Lenovo, Dolby Laboratories/Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Dolby Laboratories, Tongfang Global/QD Vision, TCL/QD Vision, Optoma, Toshiba, Hisense/QD Vision, Panasonic, Sharp, and Japan Display

SID International Symposium, June 2-5, 2015, San Jose, California; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from EnSilTech Corporation/Hongik University/Applied Materials, 3M Company, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Sharp Corporation, Seoul National University/Dong-A University/Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Texas Instruments, Sun Innovations Inc., Ergo Design Laboratory/Japan Display Inc/Seikei University, Chiba University, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology/Industrial Technology Research Institute, and BOE Technology Group

SID Investors Conference, June 2, 2015, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from glō, VIA optronics, and Prysm Inc.

Augmented Human International Conference, March 9-11, 2015, Singapore; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Technische Universitat Munchen, INSA Rennes/Inria, SUNY Oswego, Hosei University, and Keio University

Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Don State Technical University/Tampere University of Technology, Ghent University, The University of Texas at San Antonio, and Radiolabs/Roma TRE University

Measuring, Modeling, and Reproducing, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Chiba University/Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology/Olympus Corporation, Yale University, University of Bonn, Télécom ParisTech/OCE Print Logic Technologies, and Delft University of Technology/Océ Print Logic Technologies SA/Océ Technologies BV

Image Quality and System Performance, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from AGH University of Science and Technology, Institut Pasteur Korea, Gjovik University College, National Engineering School of Tunis, and Technical University of Denmark/Bang & Olufsen A/S/Aalborg University

Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from STMicroelectronics, University of Ottawa, Technical University of Denmark, and Samsung Electronics

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 3-6, 2014, Shenzhen, China; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Disney Research Zurich/ETH Zurich (x2), Texas A&M University/Microsoft Research Asia, and Tsinghua University

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 16-19, 2014, Dresden, Germany; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Calgary (x2), DFKI GmbH, Technische Universität Dresden, University of Konstanz/University College London, Hasso Plattner Institute/Yahoo Labs, University of Konstanz (x2), and University of Waterloo

Flagship OLED and LCD TV technology shoot-out by Raymond Soneira

Revolution by Brian Nord

Last Word: 4K, -- collapsing prices by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 85

September 12, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Two repetitive headlines…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Copernicus, LG, Fujitsu, University of Zurich, MIT, Samsung, Christie, Harvard, Digital Projection, Ferrolic, Nanoco, Z, Fujinon, Ikegami/Semtech, Second Sight Medical Products, Vervid, Toshiba, Philips, University of Washington, OmniVision Technologies, University of Cambridge, Amazon, Panono, Panasonic, Lexus, and Berkeley Lab

SID International Symposium, June 2-5, 2015, San Jose, California; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from National Chiao Tung University/University of California San Diego, University of California Berkeley, Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP, Advantech US Inc/Allen Woods and Associates, Zhejiang University, Sony Corporation, Ain University of Science and Technology/Michigan State University, Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Ostendo Technologies Inc, Nanyang Technological University/Zhejiang University, University of Waterloo/Christie Digital Systems Canada Inc, and National Chiao Tung University/Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan

Electronic Displays Conference, February 25-26, 2015, Nuremberg, Germany; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from 3M, Fraunhofer IAP, and Technische Universität München

Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of California Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Richard Russell Research Center, Graz University of Technology, and Keio University

Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Samsung Electronics/Carnegie Mellon University, CICtourGUNE/University of the Basque Country/Basque Foundation for Science, DAQRI/HRL Laboratories, and Rochester Institute of Technology

Video Surveillance and Transportation Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from PARC/Xerox Corp., SLR Engineering GmbH, BrightWay Vision, and University of Bochum/Gigatronik Ingolstadt GmbH/Audi AG

Mobile Devices and Multimedia, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Xi’an Jiaotong University, University of Texas at San Antonio, and Qualcomm Canada Inc./Qualcomm Inc.

Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Northwestern University/Delft University of Technology, Oklahoma State University, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid/Mid Sweden University, and Eindhoven University of Technology/Philips Group Innovation-Research

3DIPM, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Ecole des Mines d'Ales, Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, and Peking University

Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, January 15-19, 2015, Stanford, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from MIT Media Lab (x2), University of Madeira, MIT Media Lab/Microsoft Research, University of Munich (LMU), University of Illinois-Chicago, and University of Applied Sciences Potsdam

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 3-6, 2014, Shenzhen, China; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Nikon Corporation, University of Tsukuba/Yahoo Japan Corp., and Saarland University

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 16-19, 2014, Dresden, Germany; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Calgary, Ulm University, Daimler AG/Ulm University, and University of Waterloo/Hasselt University

4K Play by Andy Marken

Rec. 2020 by Jin Kim

As the sky turns: the fall and rise of the Milky Way…by Brian Nord

Last Word: “The Only Disruptive Technology…" by Ken Werner

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 84

July 30, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: What we can’t see – the infrared…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Tianma Microelectronics, Chromasens, IHS, Ikegami, NHK, THine Electronics, DARPA, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Ericsson, Intelligent Cranium, ALMA, Missouri S&T, Samsung, Sliden'Joy, Tsinghua University/Tzekwan Technology, Qualcomm, Amazon, MMD/QD Vision, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering, Giant Magellan Telescope Organization, Sharp, NASA, CISTERN, Leti, Hisense/QD Vision, Altia Systems, GEO Semiconductor, Kopin, ASUS/Pixelworks, Lenovo, Disney Research Zurich, Phase One, Sony, University of California Berkeley, IMAX/TCL, ViewSonic, Dolby Vision, Quantum Materials, UrtheCast, Intel/Recon, US Department of Energy, Canon U.S.A., TCL/QD Vision, MIT, Panasonic, Planar, Samsung Display, Six15 Technologies, Nanoco Group, QD Vision, Sigma Corporation of America, NanoLumens, University of Buffalo, and Apple

SID Business Conference, June 1, 2015, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Dow Electronic Materials, Huawei Consumer Business Group, and Sharp Electronics

Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems, February 8-12, 2015, San Francisco, California; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Eastern Finland/University of Tampere, University of Catania, Ghent University/Vrije Universiteit Brussel/University of Leeds/Ghent University Hospital, and Nagoya Institute of Technology

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 3-6, 2014, Shenzhen, China; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Kagoshima University/Takushoku University, Ritsumeikan University/Canon Software Inc, VIT University, and Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology/Samsung Electronics Bangalore/Samsung Electronics Silicon Valley

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 16-19, 2014, Dresden, Germany; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from ETH Zurich, University of Calgary, Ulm University/Carnegie Mellon University, and University of Waterloo

International Conference on Multimedia, November 3-7, 2014, Orlando, Florida; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Tianjin University/State Key Laboratory of Information Security, National University of Singapore/Yahoo Labs, Fudan University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Leiden University, and Technical University Graz/University of Oslo/University of Tromsø

Touch Gesture Motion Conference, October 28-30, 2014, Austin, Texas; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Displax, and The University of Texas at Austin

SID Symposium on Vehicle Displays and Interfaces, October 23-24, 2014, Dearborn, Michigan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from The University of Michigan, Sun Innovations Inc., and Robert Bosch 

User Interface and Technology Symposium, October 5-8, 2014, Honolulu, Hawaii; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Princeton University, HKUST/City University of Hong Kong/The University of Tokyo, University of California, Yahoo Labs/Nokia/Simon Fraser University/Lancaster University/Ulm University/MIT, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria/Microsoft Research, and TU Berlin/Keio University/University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria/Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society

NAB was abuzz with 4K production and delivery by Andy Marken

Display Week 2015 Wrap-up by Jeff Yurek

The Dog Days of Summer…and UHDTV by Pete Putman

In the air tonight…by Brian Nord

Last Word: How Sharp makes its “free-form” displays by Ken Werner

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 83

May 31, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: 8K on the way…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Chromasens, LG, RFEL, Sky PerfecTV, Rice University, NEC Display, Bar-Ilan University, Google, Toshiba, Altia Systems, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Comcast, Dolby Vision, Panasonic, Axis Communications, QD Vision/Konka, University of Tokyo, University of Houston, Caltech, Nikon, Canon, University of New South Wales, Eye2TV, BMW, University of Texas El Paso/University of Central Florida, Oregon State, Mhox Design, ViewSonic, SPTek, QD Vision, E-Lead Electronic, Phase One, TCL, Ricoh, Vizrt/Matrox/Nvidia, NASA Hubble Space Telescope, University of Illinois, DVDO, Tianma NLT America, Netflix, BAE Systems, Christie, Pusan National University, biolnic, Science for the Masses, Intel, Philips, BAE Systems/Fotoniks, SES/Samsung, Technavio, Yole Développement, Ikegami, V-Nova, Framos, Amazon Prime, Extron Electronics, Intelsat/iStreamPlanet/Newtec/PSSI Global Services, Kobo, Sharp, Technicolor/Sinclair, and in2white project

Intelligent User Interfaces, March 29 - April 1, 2015, Atlanta, Georgia; Phillip Hill covers papers from Xerox Research Centre, and Osaka University/German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence

Interactive 3D Graphics and Games, February 27 - March 1, 2015, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Nvidia, and Vienna University of Technology/Microsoft Research

Human-Computer Interaction, September 23-26, 2014, Toronto, Ontario; Phillip Hill covers papers from Institute for Infocomm Research, University of Ontario Institute of Technology/Quillsoft Ltd, Telekom Innovation Laboratories/TU Berlin/Max-Planck-Institut fur Informatik/Universitat Pompeu Fabra/Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, and Seoul National University/Konkuk University

SIGGRAPH, August 10-14, 2014, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Madeira/National Taiwan University/National Chiao-Tung University, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation/Nagoya University, Intel China Research Center/Samsung Research Center/SAIT China Lab, Simon Fraser University, and Kansai University/Hitachi Ltd.

International Conference on 3D Web Technology, August 8-10, 2014, Vancouver, British Columbia; Phillip Hill covers papers from Fraunhofer IGD, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research/Technische Universitat Darmstadt, and CSIRO Australia

3DTV Conference, July 2-4, 2014, Budapest, Hungary; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Poznań University of Technology, Instituto de Telecomunicacoes/Instituto Politecnico de Leiria, Tampere University of Technology, Mid Sweden University (x2), and Brunel University/University of Bedfordshire

NAB was abuzz with 4K production and delivery by Andy Marken

Waiting for Godot by Ken Werner

A word about representing screen resolution by Jon Peddie

Unsung hero cold cases – The Slipher File by Brian Nord

Last Word: Is 4K all that? It is and more by Kathleen Maher

Issue 82

April 30, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: The dress…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Lund University, FLIR Systems, Toshiba, Nikon, International Olympic Committee, Vuzix/Pristine, ImmerVision, Jupiter Systems, DirecTV, Thinklogical, VidyoWorks, Planar Systems, JDI, Quantum Materials, MIT, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Sony/Imagine, Asus, SES, ODG/NASA, Forza Silicon, MicroVision, University of California Santa Barbara, Dell, Okayama University, QD Laser, Optoma, HTC, Microsoft, Ghent University, Lyte, Magic Leap, Sony, NTT, Konost, Samsung, PureLink, MIT/Harvard University, Nvidia, Vishay Intertechnology, Pixelworks, Archimedia Technology, Harvard, IHS, and EPFL

CSCW, March 14-18, 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Cornell University

Multimodal Interaction, November 12-16, 2014, Istanbul, Turkey; Phillip Hill covers papers from Joanneum Research/University of London, University Stefan cel Mare of Suceava/University of Florida/University of Washington, and University of Pittsburgh

3DTV Conference, July 2-4, 2014, Budapest, Hungary; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Holografika/Pazmany Peter Catholic University/Chalmers University of Technology/Light Field Interactive/Tampere University of Technology, Holografika Ltd/Tampere University of Technology, and Instituto de Telecomunicações/Polytechnic Institute of Tomar/Polytechnic Institute of Leiria/UTAD/IEETA/Instituto Militar de Engenharia/Universitat Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Image Sensors Automotive Conference, June 17-18, 2014, Brussels, Belgium; Phillip Hill covers presentations from SBD, OmniVision Technologies Inc., and Texas Instruments Inc.

SID Display Week, June 1-6, 2014, San Diego, California; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from LG Display/Bayer MaterialScience AG, Kagoshima University, UNIST, Saarland University, Japan Display Inc., National Chiao Tung University/National Tsing Hua University, and Pohang University of Science and Technology

3DSA, May 28-30, 2014, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers presentations from National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Industrial Technology Research Institute/Delta Electronics Inc., Kangwon National University, National Cheng Kung University, Kwangwoon University, Inha University/Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Kyung Hee University, and National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

LOPE Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, May 26-28, 2014, Munich, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Oxford Lasers Ltd., Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), and Cynora

Image Sensors, March 18-20, 2014, London, England; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Valeo Vision Systems, EPFL, and BBC Research & Development

Galaxy S6 OLED display technology shoot-out by Raymond Soneira

Our dark, tangled web: Where’s Waldo? by Brian Nord and Yuanyuan Zhang

Last Word: Content comes to life at NAB by Jeff Yurek

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 81

February 14, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Finally, reviewers are starting to “get it”…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Comcast, Saygus, LG, Samsung, Intel/Vuzix, SIMVIZ, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, Dell, Futuresource Consulting, Jins, Imagine Communications/Sony, ams AG, Olympus, Quantum Materials, Hubble Space Telescope, Planar, Canon, European Southern Observatory, Video Electronics Standards Association, Jupiter Systems, Planck, and RED

Ubicomp, September 13-17, 2014, Seattle, Washington; Phillip Hill covers papers from Indiana University, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and Ulm University

SID Display Week, June 1-6, 2014, San Diego, California; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from National Chiao Tung University, Wavien Inc, AU Optronics Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric, RealD Inc/RealD Research Europe, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Japan Display Inc, NTT Corporation/Tohoku University/Sendai National College of Technology, Rockwell Collins, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Sichuan University

Augmented Human International Conference, March 7-9, 2014, Kobe, Japan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Nagoya University, Keio University, University of Stuttgart/Leibniz University Hannover, Nikon Corporation/Shibaura Institute of Technology, and Keio Media Design/Singapore University of Technology and Design/MIT Media Lab

Video Surveillance and Transportation Imaging, February 4-6, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Rochester Institute of Technology/Hewlett Packard Company, University of Dayton, University of Trento, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, SK Telecom, SLR Engineering/Austrian Institute of Technology, Mokpo National University/SEO Co., Eindhoven University of Technology/ViNotion B.V., and Prodrive Technologies/Eindhoven University of Technology

Digital Photography, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from AAC Technologies, University of Delaware/University of Maryland/Temple University, Australian National University/Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Louisiana State University/Istanbul Medipol University, Rice University/Northwestern University, Stanford University/Olympus Corporation of the Americas, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, and University of Tübingen/Stuttgart Media University (HdM)/Arnold & Richter Cine Technik GmbH

Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Universita degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, University of Dayton/University of South Alabama, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB, and Meliksah University/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Computational Imaging, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Nagoya University, and Texas Instruments

Too much of the cloud could be bad for you…by Andy Marken

What is the resolution limit for high quality video? Reprinted by permission from Pixelworks

Across the world and up all night by Brian Nord

Last Word: CES 2015 Display wrap-up by Jeff Yurek

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 80

February 8, 2015

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: QDs – colorful images; not so clear forecasts…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: UIUC, Millenniata/Mitsubishi Kagaku Media, Merck, Sharp, Neulion, NHK, WeArVR, AKHAN Semiconductor, Samsung Electronics, Ultraflix, NASA Hubble Space Telescope, Dell, Luxoft Holding, McGill University, OmniVision/ASTRI, Hisense, Monotype Imaging Holdings, US Department of Energy, Intel/Vuzix, ICFO, Philips/AOC, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ON Semiconductor, CEA, DISH Network, Panasonic, HP, Toshiba, ZTE, Xiaomi, JVC, FashionTEQ, Kingston Digital, DisplayLink, NEC Display, Roku, Corning, National Natural Science Foundation of China/Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities/Higher School Specialized Research Fund/111 Project, Cadillac, Iris, US Internet, Sony, LG Electronics, and Philips

Virtual-Reality Continuum, November 30 - December 2, 2014, Shenzhen, China; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Shandong University/Florida International University

International Conference on Multimedia, November 3-7, 2014, Orlando, Florida; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Arizona/University of Illinois at Chicago, National University of Singapore/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/University of Texas at San Antonio, EPFL, and Dartmouth College

SIGGRAPH, August 10-14, 2014, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Electro-Communications (x2), Waseda University, and Google

Advanced Visual Interfaces, May 27-30, 2014, Como, Italy; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Vrije Universiteit Brussel, University of Nottingham/Brunel University/University of Birmingham, University of Konstanz/University of Copenhagen, and Politecnico di Milano/Telecom Italia SpA

Image Sensors, March 18-20, 2014, London, England; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from CMOSIS NV, OmniVision Technologies Inc, Nara Institute of Science & Technology, and ON Semiconductor

Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality, February 3-4, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from University of North Texas/University of California San Diego/Victoria University/Limbic Software, Osaka City University/Osaka University, University of California San Diego, Peking University/Qingdao University of Science and Technology/State Key Laboratory of Digital Publishing Technology, and Tokyo University of Social Welfare/Kanagawa Institute of Technology

Document Recognition and Retrieval, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Vienna University of Technology, RPI/Lehigh University, University of Maryland, Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications, and Georgetown University/Johns Hopkins University

Enabling Technologies, Algorithms, and Applications, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Beuth University of Applied Sciences/Humboldt-University of Berlin, Middle East Technical University, and University of Macau

Media Watermarking, Security, and Forensics, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Institut Mines Telecom/LGP2, and University of Warwick

Visual Information Processing and Communication, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Apical Imaging Ltd/Loughborough University, University of Notre Dame, and University of Ottawa

Image Sensors and Imaging Systems, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Universidad de Sevilla/University of Santiago de Compostela, Pixelteq Inc, and University of Rome

Imaging & Multimedia Analytics, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, and University of Dayton

Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from University of Detroit Mercy (x2), and Sharp Laboratories of America

Tributaries of Time: Autumn Leaves by Brian Nord

CES: The Chinese Electronics Show? by Pete Putman

Last Word: So what the !?XXX is a Qwuxga?…by Bob Raikes

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 79

December 21, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: The prescription…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Nokia, Vaio Corp, Userful Corporation, Canon, International Telecommunications Union, European Extremely Large Telescope, MSM Labs, Dolby, Samsung, Disney Research, Amazon, Wuaki.tv, Mikrotron, Motorcycle Information System Technologies, JVC/Red, Sharp, Washington University, Sony, LG, TCL, Clemens Habicht, Corning, Fabrice Bellard, Kyocera, Tel Aviv University/Hebrew University of Jerusalem/Newcastle University, Jaguar Land Rover, and Visual Skin

Virtual Reality Software and Technology, November 11-13, 2014, Edinburgh, Scotland; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of California, and University of Tsukuba

SID Display Week, June 1-6, 2014, San Diego, California; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Nanjing University/Tsinghua University, Samsung Electronics, Hamamatsu Photonics K.K./Hamamatsu Corporation, National Chiao Tung University, AU Optronics Corporation, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc./ Sharp Corporation, AU Optronics Corporation, Ryukoku University, LG Display, Qualcomm MEMS Technologies/Now with Pixtronix/Now with Samsung SSI, and The University of Michigan

3D Image Processing, Measurement, and Applications, February 5, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE event from University of Southern California, and Huazhong University of Science and Technology/Wuhan University

Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, February 3-6, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE event from Oklahoma State University, The University of Texas at Austin/Hongik University, KAIST, Philips Research, Nokia Research Center/Intel/The University of Texas at Austin, Yale University/Texas A&M University, and Utrecht University

Image Quality and System Performance, February 3-5, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from BARBIERI electronic snc/Fogra, Samsung R&D Institute Russia/Samsung Electronics, and The University of Texas at Austin

Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis, February 3-5, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Universidade de Aveiro, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Brigham Young University

Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, February 3-5, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Chiba University, Technische Universitat Darmstadt/Rochester Institute of Technology/Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD, Feng Chia University, Samsung Electronics, Purdue University/Hewlett-Packard Company, and McCann Imaging

Measuring, Modeling, and Reproducing Materials, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and Rochester Institute of Technology

Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems, February 2, 2014, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SPIE conference from Don State Technical University/Tampere University of Technology, Universita’ degli Studi Roma TRE/RadioLabs, RWTH Aachen University, and University of Macau/University of Texas at San Antonio

Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference & Exhibition, February 3-6, 2014, Phoenix, Arizona; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from PARC, Henkel Electronics Materials, University of California, and Northeastern University

360,000 minutes…how do you measure the sky? by Brian Nord

New Hollywood: Two factions making M&E better…by Andy Marken

Designing a disruptive display for the Zenbook NX500 by Jeff Yurek

Times Square LED sign -- largest in the world by Aldo Cugnini

Last Word: So I bought a new camera…by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 78

November 22, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: 6…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Broadcom, Sony, Nvidia, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Fujitsu Laboratories, Dow Chemical Company, Naval Research Laboratory, eMagin, Planar Systems/BrightSign, University of Utah, Atacama Larger Millimeter/sub millimeter Array, Dell, Omron, University of Granada, University of Vienna, NEC, Planar Systems, Dolby Labs/Doremi, Concetta Antico, Alex Chinneck, LG, Bilkent University, Acer, Jaume I University/University of Valencia, University of Fukui, Lytro, IMAX, Canon, NEC Display, JVC, Jonty Hurwitz, Fraunhofer IOF, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Ashkelon Visor, Joint Quantum Institute, Japan Display, Carnegie Mellon University, Sharp, FLIR, Ramesh Raskar, Daniel Boschung, Duke University, and University of Wisconsin

International Symposium on Wearable Computers, September 13-17, 2014, Seattle, Washington; Phillip Hill covers papers from Kent State University/University of Akron, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, and IT University of Copenhagen

SIGGRAPH, August 10-14, 2014, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Johannes Kepler University, KAIST, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Nvidia Research, The University of Tokyo, and Texas A&M University

Engineering Interactive Computing Systems, June 17-20, 2014, Rome, Italy; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Augsburg University

Korea Display Conference, April 23-24, 2014, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Nanosys

Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, February 16-19, 2014, Munich, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of South Australia/Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan, University of Colorado/Fairview High School, Carnegie Mellon University/University of California Berkeley, and University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf

International Display Workshops, December 4-6, 2013, Sapporo, Japan; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Southeast University, Kyoto University/Osaka University/Gunma Pref. Col. Health Sci/Kinki University, The University of Tokyo, Saarland University, Japan Display Inc., Seiko Epson Corporation, Hokkaido University, NTT Media Intelligence Labs/Nagoya University, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology/National Chiao Tung University/Industrial Technology Research Institute, NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (x2), and Tokyo Denki University

Printed Electronics USA, November 20-21, 2013, Santa Clara, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from eMagin Corporation, and ISORG

When the dust settles…OTT TV could be good for everyone by Andy Marken

Quantum Dot technology: Trends impacting the lighting and display markets by Lawrence Gasman

Better pixels coming to LCD…OLEDs still not easy to make by Jeff Yurek

2014 innovative displays and display technologies by Raymond Soneira

The Cosmos: A Digital Frontier by Brian Nord

Last Word: The Display Resolution War: How much resolution is enough? by Candice Brown Elliott

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 77

October 23, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Can Dell re-emerge?…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Panasonic, Rice University’s Laboratory for Nanophotonics, Jobo, Keysight Technologies, CEA, Sensoray, DigitalGlobe, Arecont Vision, IHS, NanoTech Entertainment, Kogeto, mLogic, Concurrent, Sigma Corporation, Vanguard Video, Toshiba, DivX, NanoTech/Sony, Samsung, Panasonic System Communications Company, Forza Silicon, QD Vision, Acer, TDG, Airbus, Seek Thermal, SES, Arri, Avid, Vizio, Videocon, SanDisk, Weather Channel, Princeton University, Sony, University of Alabama, Research and Markets, Disney Research, NSR, AU Optronics, OVA Studio, Vision Research, LG, Panasonic/Astucemedia, MIT, Himax Technologies/Lumus, Eyevis, Sony/Xiaomi, Quantum Materials/Bayer Technology, Intelsat, Metaio, ON Semiconductor, DivX/Nowtilus/nacamar, WitsView, Cisco, TCL, Prysm, Sharp, Mamiya, and Michigan State University

SID Display Week, June 1-6, 2014, San Diego, California; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Chicago/Argonne National Laboratory/Northwestern University/University of Maryland, South University of Science and Technology of China, Pacific Light Technologies, Coherent LaserSystems GmbH, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Nokia Research Center/Nokia Corporation/Nokia Corporation, Sony Corporation, Himax Display Inc., INSiAVA (Pty) Ltd/University of Pretoria, Google Inc., Himax Display Inc., 3M, Sony Corporation, University of Central Florida, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc./Sharp Corporation (x2), Sharp Corporation/Sharp Yonago Corporation, Qualcomm Canada Inc., Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, AU Optronics Corporation, and National Taiwan University

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 19-22, 2013, Hong Kong, China; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Academia Sinica, The University of Electro-Communications, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), University of Aizu/Eyes/GClue, and University of Technology Sydney

New opportunities of expression, new headaches by Andy Marken

4K TV does NOT require native 4K media by Ken Werner

Commentaries about Kid Jansen’s article: The sense and non-sense of ultra-high definition by Ray Soneira, Chris Williams, Jon Peddie, Alfred Poor, Ken Werner, and Jeff Yurek

Last Word: More commentary…by Mark Fihn

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 76

September 13, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: “Higher resolutions require too much disk space”…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: University of Tokyo/Keio University, Samsung, Saab, OptiTrack, Oxford University, Carnegie Mellon, HDRinstant, Samsung/LG, Sony, Continental, University of Kaiserslautern, Sharp, Urbana, DTU Fotonik, University of Bonn/ University of British Columbia, Hirsch & Mann, Quantum Materials, and NPD DisplaySearch

SIGGRAPH, August 10-14, 2014, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Technical University Berlin/Keio University/University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria/Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, MIT Media Lab, Nvidia Research, and Disney Research Zurich/ETH Zurich

DIS, June 21-25, 2014, Vancouver, British Columbia; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Manitoba/Technische Universität Dresden/Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, University of Calgary/Universidade de Lisboa, Carnegie Mellon University/California College of the Arts, University of Munich, and The University of Sydney/UNSW Australia

Printed Electronics Europe, April 1-2, 2014, Berlin, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Cynora, Kent Displays, and Yamagata University

Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference, February 3-6, 2014, Phoenix, Arizona; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Western Michigan University, Palo Alto Research Center, Cal Poly State University, and MIT

International Display Workshops, December 4-6, 2013, Sapporo, Japan; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from BOE Optoelectronics Technology, Samsung Display, Wavien Inc, Keio University, Nittoh Kogaku/Keio University, NTT DOCOMO Research Labs, National Tsing Hua University/National Chiao Tung University (x2), RICOH Company, Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co. (x2), and AU Optronics Corp.

VRCAI, November 17-19, 2013, Hong Kong, China; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Tsinghua University (x2), China State Shipbuilding Corporation, Tsinghua University/Chinese Academy of Sciences/Zhejiang University, and Zhejiang University

IHS Interactive Technology Summit, October 22-25, 2013, San Jose, California; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Tobii Technology, Aptina Imaging Corporation, Dolby Laboratories, Nanosys, and Nouvoyance

Plastic Electronics Conference, October 8-10, 2013, Dresden, Germany; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from TU Dresden, Panasonic Corporation, Von Ardenne Anlagentechnik GmbH, Konica Minolta Inc., and Holst Centre

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, October 6-9, 2013, St Andrews, Scotland; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Aalto University/University of Padova/University of Helsinki/Teesside University, Indian Institute of Science, Queensland University of Technology, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, and Helsinki Institute for Information Technology

EuroDisplay, September 16-19, 2013, London, England; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from LG Display, Tohoku University/Sendai National Colleges of Technology/NTT Corporation, and BAE Systems

Beauty to behold: Smart 4K TV sets stage for breathtaking beauty, variety by Andy Marken

The sense and non-sense of ultra-high definition by Kid Jansen

How many pixels are enough? by Ken Werner

Matrox chooses AMD for next-generation multi-display graphics cards by Randall S. Newton

Last Word: 4K & UHDTV: Once more unto the breach, dear friends…by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 75

July 14, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher:  Reality and illusion…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Samsung, Futuresource, Elbit Systems, Netflix, Harmonic, Basque University, University of Michigan, Pixelligent, Université de Montréal, Washington University, Samsung Electronics America, eyevis, Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas, LG, MIT, Toshiba, Faroudja, Pathway, CEA/DEG, Prysm, Meta.Morf, 3M, Epson, Tech Source, University of Illinois, Lytro, Video Clarity, Google, Strategy Analytics, Australian National University, Sony, CENTR, Caltech, NASA, IHS, CINVESTAV, Panasonic, Deluxe/Samsung, Dataton, BSkyB, Tel Aviv University, Lenovo, Giroptic, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Philips, CSIRO, BlackBerry, Nikon, and Johns Hopkins

SID Business Conference, June 2, 2014, San Diego, California; Phillip Hill summarizes presentations from IHS, Nouvoyance, Nanosys, and Applied Materials. The majority of the presentations made at the Business Conference will be summarized in the next edition of our sister publication, the Display Standard.

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 19-22, 2013, Hong Kong, China; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Osaka University, Saarland University/International Max Planck Research School/DFKI GmbH, Kansai University, and CITI Academia Sinica

Virtual Reality Continuum and its Applications in Industry, November 17-19, 2013, Hong Kong, China; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from State Key Laboratory of Management and Control for Complex Systems/National Laboratory for Pattern Recognition Institute of Automation, Xi'an University of Technology/Jilin University, Universitat de Girona, Zhejiang University/Xiamen University, and Beijing Normal University

IHS Interactive Technology Summit, October 22-25, 2013, San Jose, California; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Argus Insights, Jon Peddie Research, Scalable Display Technologies, and IHS

Multimedia, October 21-25, 2013, Barcelona, Spain; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of California, Northwestern Polytechnical University, University of Texas at Dallas/University of New Mexico, and University of Texas at Dallas

EuroDisplay, September 16-19, 2013, London, England; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research/Korea Electronics Technology Institute, NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories, Samsung Display Co. Ltd./Sungkyunkwan University, and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences

Plastic Electronics Conference, October 8-10, 2013, Dresden, Germany; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Fraunhofer Research Institution for Organics, Materials and Electronic Devices, Forth Dimension Displays, Universal Display Corporation, and Yamagata University

Remedy needed for BSOS (Bright Shiny Objects Syndrome) by Andy Marken

Watching the World Cup finals on your HDTV? You’re not getting the whole picture by Jeff Yurek

Last Word: Of Phablets and 4K by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 74

May 13, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher:  Glass Slippers…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Sony/FIFA, Samsung Electronics, Allwinner, Panasonic, Oxford, Sumitomo Electric Networks, UrtheCast, China Mobile, Arecont Vision, Ricoh, Nanjing Tech University, Toshiba, Jaguar Land Rover, MaxLinear/STMicroelectronics, NEC Display Solutions, VITEC, Sentry360, Axis Communications, Aptina, LG, Rambus, AU Optronics, Mediapro, Ayane, Parks Associates, ZTE ,Intelsat/BT/Ericsson/Newtec/Sony, University of Michigan, Sony, and EHSM

Electronic Displays Conference, February 26-27, 2014, Nuremberg, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Lumineq Displays, DisplaySearch, and BMW Group

International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, February 24-27, 2014, Haifa, Israel; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Canterbury, University of St Andrews, The University of Tokyo/Google Research/JST ERATO Igarashi Design Interface Project, German Research Center for AI (DFKI)/Osaka Prefecture University

CSCW, February 15-19, 2014, Baltimore, Maryland; Phillip Hill covers a paper from The University of Tokyo

International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, December 9-12, 2013, Sydney, Australia; Phillip Hill covers presentations from MIT CSAIL/USC ICT, University of Waterloo, and Lancaster University

International Display Workshops, December 4-6, 2013, Sapporo, Japan; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from QD Vision, Seoul National University/Dong-A University/Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Shizuoka University, Samsung Electronics/University of Oxford, Kyung Hee University, Terasense Development Labs, Japan Display Inc., Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display Co Ltd, Sharp Corporation, and 3M Company

IHS Interactive Technology Summit, October 22-25, 2013, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from STMicroelectronics, Mechdyne, and VIA optronics

Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, October 8-11, 2013, St Andrews, Scotland; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Carnegie Mellon University/Disney Research, Samsung Electronics, Carnegie Mellon University, Stanford University, and Hasso Plattner Institute/University of Hannover

Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, October 6-8, 2013, Singapore; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Université Paris-Sud/INRIA Chile, Intel Visual Computing Institute/University of Duisburg-Essen, University of Science and Technology of China/City University of Hong Kong, and Intel Corporation/Saarland University

Quantum Dot Display Technology Trend, October 1-2, 2013, Seoul, South Korea/Tokyo, Japan; Phillip Hill covers this IHS conference with presentations from Korea Electronics Technology Institute, and Nanoco

EuroDisplay, September 16-19, 2013, London, England; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), BOE Technology Group, Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, and LG Display

International Symposium on Wearable Computers, September 9-12, 2013, Zurich, Switzerland; Phillip Hill covers presentations from ETH Zurich/Newcastle University, Osaka Prefecture University/Max Planck Institute for Informatics, and NTT DOCOMO

Large-area Organic Printed Electronics Convention, June 11-13, 2013, Munich, Germany; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Industrial Technology Research Institute/LCY Chemical Corp./National Taiwan University, Fraunhofer Research Institution for Organics, Materials and Electronic Devices (COMEDD), and FlexTech Alliance

AJA catches eyes, images in 4K…by Andy Marken

Autodesk wind simulation to enhance Fox Sports Super Bowl coverage by Randall S. Newton

Organically certified displays: OLED may become cheaper by Christopher Jaynes

Last Word: 4K video contemplations by Conrad Blickenstorfer

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 73

April 10, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher:  Celestial diamond rings…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Gospell/Celeno, Amazon Studios, Spike, NASA, Nanyang Technological University, TowerJazz/Gpixel, Toshiba, Samsung, Nissan, Primeview, Zigen, Nanotech, Harmonic, University of Michigan, Leichtman Research Group, Quantum Materials, NHK, Signbox, Razer, Hebrew University, Television Corporation of Japan, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics, Gionee, Sony/Panasonic, HiSense, Research and Markets, Quantum Materials/Los Alamos National Laboratory, Concurrent, LG Electronics, IHS, Accenture/KPN, Kopin, Pixelworks, BAE Systems, Zeal, Falcon Eye, K-Glass, Institut de Physique et de Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg, Sony, Axis Communications, RIEGL, Asus, SiOnyx, QD Vision, and Dongbu HiTek

International Display Workshops, December 4-6, 2013, Sapporo, Japan; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Konica Minolta, NHK/Foster Electric, Dexerials Corporation, QD Vision, Hongik University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Citizen Holdings, AU Optronics Technology Center, and Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology

Multimedia, October 21-25, 2013, Barcelona, Spain; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Taiwan University of Science and Technology/Academia Sinica, Nokia Research Center, Institute of Computing Technology/University of Chinese Academy of Sciences/Tsinghua University, and Microsoft Research Asia/Microsoft Corp.

Plastic Electronics Conference, October 8-10, 2013, Dresden, Germany; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Edinburgh, HOLOEYE Photonics AG, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, and MICROOLED S.A.S.

EuroDisplay, September 16-19, 2013, London, England; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Seoul National University, Istra, and Eltan Ltd/Lyuminophor

Printed Electronics Asia, July 9-10, 2013, Tokyo, Japan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Canatu Oy, and Integration Technology Limited

Large-area Organic Printed Electronics Convention, June 11-13, 2013, Munich, Germany; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Von Ardenne Anlagentechnik GmbH, Micronic Mydata AB, and Oxford Lasers Ltd

IMI Inkjet Technology Showcase, June 5-6, 2013, Barcelona, Spain; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Genix Corporation, Global Inkjet Systems Ltd, and Wifag-Polytype

International Symposium on Pervasive Displays, June 4-5, 2013, Mountain View, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Stuttgart Media University/University of Stuttgart, University College London/University of Nottingham, and University of Oulu (x2)

SID Touch Gesture Motion Conference, May 22, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Scalable Display Technologies

Interview with LX Rudis from NanoTech by Andy Marken

Why Full-Gamut Color is a Required Capability for LCD TVs by Seth Coe-Sullivan

Last Word: LG OLED TV display technology shoot-out by Raymond Soneira

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 72

February 18, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher:  HR potpourri…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Linköping University, NanoTech Entertainment/11Giraffes, Panasonic, Hasselblad, Samsung, Quantum Materials, CEA, Imec, Google, Delta, NPD DisplaySearch, Lenovo, Touch International, NHK, Samsung/Netflix, JVC, Orad, Analog Devices, FLIR, Phase One, Christie, NASA/PrismTech, YouTube, Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem, NanoMarkets, CyberLink, MIT, Samsung/Amazon/Comcast/DirecTV/Netflix, QD Vision/ShineOn, IHS, Planar Systems, Redux Labs, Quantenna/ViXS, GEO Semiconductor, Toshiba, Dolby, Silicon Image, Cinemo, Samsung/Paramount Pictures, Elemental Technologies, Sharp Electrosonic, Sony, DriveSafe, Nikon, SwatchMate, Innovega, and Skyworth/Pixelworks

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 19-22, 2013, Hong Kong, China; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Tsukuba, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology/Academia Sinica, CRS4, and Tohoku University/University of Bristol/OLM Digital Inc./Osaka University

Virtual Reality Continuum and its Applications in Industry, November 17-19, 2013, Hong Kong, China; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from CEA LIST/Institut Pascal, Korea University/Sungkyunkwan University/Songho College, Institute of Automation, and Beijing University of Technology/Renmin University of China

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, October 6-9, 2013, St Andrews, Scotland; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Oki Electric Industry Co. Ltd./Tohoku University, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Kwansei Gakuin University/Kobe University, University of Waterloo, Fraunhofer IOSB/University of Applied Sciences/Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, and Tsinghua University

SID Display Week, May 19-24, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; In this final report, Phillip Hill covers the third and fourth days of the symposium plus the pick of the best of the posters with presentations from AU Optronics, Ricoh Company, Asahi Glass Co./AGC Glass Europe/AGC Glass North America, TP Vision, LG Display, Kagoshima University/NPO Color Universal Design Organization, Sharp Devices Europe GmbH, Saarland University/Daimler AG, Mitsubishi Electric Corp, Sichuan University/University of Central Florida, LG Display, and Chonbuk National University

Printed Electronics Europe, April 17-18, 2013, Berlin, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from JCDecaux, and Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft

Weathering the battle for eyeballs, mindshare, hearts, souls…by Andy Marken

4K sets the stage for tomorrow’s entertainment opportunities by Aaron Taylor

Some color illusions by Alan Stubbs

Last Word: CES 2014 display wrap-up by Jeff Yurek

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 71

January 8, 2014

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher:  Once again...by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Rockwell Collins, Queen Mary University, Mercedes-Benz, Dongbu HiTek, Ashikaga Flower Park, NanoTech Entertainment, Second Sight, Isaac Julien, Elemental Technologies, PRSONAS, MIT, NMR, Ball Aerospace & Technologies, US Naval Academy, Christie, Sandvine, Dolby, Google, DPI, Eyes-On, Amlogic, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Image Engineering, VUZIX, University at Buffalo, IHS, Fox Sports/EVS, NeXt, Recon Instruments, Samsung, Pixium Vision, Qualcomm, Brevity, Idealfuture, University of Pennsylvania, isovideo, DisplaySearch, Cognitive Networks, Eizo, Toshiba, BSkyB, Screen Innovations, NPD, Elemental Technologies, QD Vision, Morega Systems, Skybox Imaging, PSY Corporation, LG Electronics, DB Systems, Tad Orlowski, and Canon

ASSETS, October 21-23, 2013, Bellevue, Washington; Phillip Hill covers the ACCESS International Conference on Computers and Accessibility with presentations from Virginia Commonwealth University, and Nokia Technology Institute/PUC–RJ

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, October 6-9, 2013, St Andrews, Scotland; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from ABB Corporate Research, Ulm University/University of Duisburg-Essen/Lancaster University, Technische Universität Dresden/Charité-Universitätsmedizin, and Helsinki Institute for Information Technology

CHItaly, September 16-19, 2013, Trento, Italy; Phillip Hill covers this Italian SIGCHI Chapter conference with presentations from University of Cagliari, and University of Madeira/Northumbria University

UbiComp, September 8-12, 2013, Zurich, Switzerland; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Carnegie Mellon University/National Taiwan University, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology/Tokyo Eisei Gakuen College, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), and The Open University/University College London

SIGGRAPH, July 21-25, 2013, Anaheim, California; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from POSTECH, University of Aizu/Eyes/GClue, Fraunhofer IGD, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and National Tsing Hua University/National Chiao Tung University/National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

Pervasive Displays, June 4-5, 2013, Mountain View, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of St Andrews, University of Stuttgart, The University of Sydney/The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and Virginia Tech

SID Display Week, May 19-24, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers the fourth day of the symposium with presentations from Citizen Holdings Co. Ltd., Panasonic Corp., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Beijing Institute of Technology, University of Central Florida/Syndiant Inc., National Taiwan University, and QD Vision

CHI, April 27 – May 2, 2013, Paris, France; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Nanyang Technological University/Xiamen University/Singapore University of Technology and Design, Carnegie Mellon University, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, and University of Twente/SusaGroup

The year ahead – beautiful content everywhere…by Andy Marken

Smart phones vs. digital cameras: the death knell? by Pete Putman

Last Word: There’s a new QD maker in town by Ken Werner

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 70

December 9, 2013

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: At last…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Samsung, NHK, Marshall Electronics, Brew Cinema, ABI Research, CEA, Nikon, Six15 Technologies, Sharp, Silicon Image, One Source Specialties, Axis Communications, Elemental Technologies, Merck KGaA, Caltech, Applied Materials, Mindspeed Technologies/Avago Technologies, Hydis/Innolux, Garmin International, eyevis, Dataton, BenQ, Subaru, Zeiss, SA Photonics, Panono, Pivothead, OKI, 3M, Cypress Semiconductor, Four K Productions, Brusspup, Primeview, Blackmagic Design, Niantic Labs, Canalys, Macy, Hudway, Netflix, Panasonic Neurowear, Freescale Semiconductor, Canon, NIMS International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, NASA, IMRE, Cyclops, Oculus, HGST, Quantum Materials, Dell, CES, IHS, DisplaySearch, NEC, Qualcomm, University of Utah, Matrox, NanoTech Entertainment, LG Electronics, and Toshiba

Multimedia, October 21-25, 2013, Barcelona, Spain; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Disney Research/Carnegie Mellon University, Peking University/Microsoft Research Asia, and EPFL

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, October 6-9, 2013, St Andrews, Scotland; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Queensland University of Technology, University of Calgary, University of Konstanz/University College London, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, and The Open University

Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, October 6-8, 2013, Singapore; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Melbourne, Beihang University/Stony Brook University, Hasselt University, and Zhejiang University/Hangzhou Normal University

SIGGRAPH, July 21-25, 2013, Anaheim, California; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Keio University/JST PRESTO, NTT Corporation/Tohoku University, University of Waterloo/Adobe Systems, and CDRH FDA/University of Trieste/Barco FIMI

CHI, April 27 – May 2, 2013, Paris, France; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Microsoft Research, Inria/University of Lille, Texas State University, Northumbria University/Newcastle University, University Paris-Sud/Inria/Inria Chile/University of Alberta/University of Manitoba, Microsoft Research/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and University of Nottingham/Central St Martins/Brunel University

Today is going by so fast, maybe we can save it…by Andy Marken

Mini Tablet Display Technology Shoot-Out by Raymond Soneira

Last Word: Mixed signals about UHDTV by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

 

Issue 69

October 28, 2013

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: 4K déjà vu…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Acer, Samsung, AJA, Netflix, NanoMarkets, University of California, NanoTech Entertainment, RealNetworks, Recon, Transparency Market Research, E Ink, NTT, Daktronics, Ohio State University, KT SkyLife, Auckland Museum, General Dynamics, Global Imaging Technologies, Intematix, FOR-A, Fujinon, UCLA, TCL, Hispasat, Broadcom, GDS Architects, Christie, Sony, LG, Pesa, JVC/RGB Spectrum, CEA, BSkyB, Wilocity/DisplayLink, Dark Energy Survey, Beamr Video, US Micro Products, Anapass, Vitec, Seattle Cinerama/Christie, NLS, Quantum Materials, Panasonic, CDS, Cognitive Networks, Datacolor/Kayell Australia, NHK, InterDigital, World Cup, Ericsson/Eutelsat Communications/Globecast, Newtec/Sky Italia, KBS/SprintCam, Toshiba, University of Arizona/Arcetri Observatory, University of Arizona, FLIR, Wikitude/Optinvent, MAXON, BenQ, Analogix, University of Porto, and NineSigma

Mobile HCI 2013, August 27-30, Munich, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Technische Universität München/Docomo Communications Laboratories Europe, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Lancaster University, and University of Munich/University of California (UCLA)

SIGGRAPH, July 21-25, 2013, Anaheim, California; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Technicolor, Nvidia, USC Institute for Creative Technologies, and UC Berkeley/MIT Media Lab

SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies, July 21-25, 2013, Anaheim, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from The University of Electro-Communications, The University of Tokyo, The University of British Columbia, and Seoul National University

SUI, July 20-21, 2013, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Tohoku University, and MIT Media Lab

Interaction Design and Children, June 24-27, 2013, New York, New York; Phillip Hill covers presentations from The Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), and Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt

EuroITV, June 24-26, 2013, Como, Italy; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Bristol, Politecnico di Milano, TNO/Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, and Interactive Institute/Stockholm University

Web 3D, June 20-22, 2013, San Sebastian, Spain; The rest of this conference is being covered in our sister newsletters 3rd Dimension and Display Standard, but here Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Kitware SAS/Kitware Inc.

Intelligent User Interfaces, March 19-22, 2013, Santa Monica, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Fujitsu Laboratories, University of St Andrews, FX Palo Alto Laboratory/University of Maryland, Fraunhofer IOSB/Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, and Osaka University

Electronic Displays Conference, February 27-28, 2013, Nuremberg, Germany; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Canatu Ltd., Texas Instruments, and Saarland University

Industry leaders focused on interesting future world…by Andy Marken

E Ink raises the electrophoretic bar by Ken Werner

Last Word: Google claims new Nexus 7 delivers 30% wider range of colors by Jeff Yurek

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 68

October 7, 2013

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: First photograph…by Mark Fihn

High Performance Displays Conference by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Hasselblad Stellar, CEA-Leti, NEC, ESPN, Rambus, Radboud University Nijmegen, NASA, Subaru, Samsung, Pennsylvania State University, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Displaybank, Georgia Tech, Kobo, Altima, Semtech/Ross Video, For-A, Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm/University of Maryland/NIST Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, Veeco, Osram Opto Semiconductors, 360Cities, California Institute of Technology, Sony/Panasonic, TCL, Reevu, and Google

SIGGRAPH, July 21-25, 2013, Anaheim, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from USC Institute for Creative Technologies/Activision Inc., Nvidia, Johannes Kepler University, and Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg/Heidelberg University

SID High Performance Displays Conference, May 23, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; Phillip Hill covers presentations from SiliconCore Technology, Dolby Laboratories, and Jon Peddie Research

SID Display Week, May 19-24, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers the third day of the symposium with presentations from LG Display, Fraunhofer Research Institution for Organics, Materials and Electronic Devices (COMEDD)/Von Aardenne Anlagentechnik GmbH, AU Optronics Corporation, Fraunhofer COMEDD/Technische Universität Dresden, Von Ardenne Anlagentechnik GmbH, Pioneer Corporation, National Tsing Hua University/Conserve & Associates Inc., Kogakuin University/Keisoku Giken Co. Ltd., Japan Display Inc., Texas Instruments Inc./Planar Systems Inc., and Sun Innovations Inc.

SID Business Conference, May 20, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Intel, CBRITE, Japan Display Inc., and Sony Electronics Inc.

CHI, April 27 – May 2, 2013, Paris, France; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from TU Berlin/University of the Arts, University of Salzburg, University of Saskatchewan/Harvard University, Google Inc., and ENAC/DSNA/DTI/R&D/Université de Toulouse

Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games, March 21-23, 2013, Orlando, Florida; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from MPI Informatik/Saarland University/Delft University of Technology, National Tsing-Hua University/National Taiwan Normal University, and Tsinghua University

Image Sensors, March 19-21, 2013, London, England; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from STMicroelectronics, Yole Développement, Grass Valley, ESPROSS Photonics Corporation, and LinX Imaging

Augmented Human International Conference, March 7-8, 2013, Stuttgart, Germany; Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo, and Osaka Prefecture University

Electronic Displays Conference, February 27-28, 2013, Nuremberg, Germany; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Plansee SE, Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, EuropTec GmbH, and DELO Industrial Adhesives

Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, February 10-13, 2013, Barcelona, Spain; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Eindhoven University of Technology, MIT Media Lab, Disney Research/Microsoft Research Asia/Carnegie Mellon University, and Technische Universität Dresden

Display & Touch Technologies of the Future, January 16, 2013, Sunnyvale, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this SID Bay Area Chapter meeting from Nouvoyance, and eMagin Corporation

Touch Gesture Motion America Conference, December 12-13, 2012, Austin, Texas; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Scalable Display Technologies, Sensory Interactive, and MultiTouch Ltd.

Bigger, faster, cheaper flash in demand…by Andy Marken

Sony ‘Honami’ Xperia i1, by Jin Kim

Last Word: Existing color gamut standards by Jeff Yurek

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 67

August 20, 2013

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: HD commentary…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Swinburne University of Technology, Polycom, Garmin, Toshiba, ETH, QD Vision, Asus, Telepathy One, Sony, Microsoft, Christie, Carnegie, Harvard, Electrosonic, University of California, Purdue University, Aptina, NHK/Mitsubishi Electric, FutureVideo, Ericsson, Belkin, Mindspeed, Lenovo, Hawaiian Board of Land and Natural Resources, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/Washington University, NeroTrigger, Blackmagic Design, Samsung, European Southern Observatory, University of Utah, SiOnyx, Sanovas, Larson Electronics, University of Southampton, Nokia, LG, TP Vision, University of California San Diego, Gefen, DELO Industrial, MIT, Tricolor, NDN, Ford, Japan Display, and Marseille Networks

Korea Display Conference, June 12-13, 2013, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from 3M Optical Systems Division

SID Display Week, May 19-24, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers the second day of the symposium with presentations from China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd, AU Optronics Corporation (x2), Tohoku University/LINTEC Corporation, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, Sharp Corporation, University of Central Florida/National Cheng Kung University, and Kent State University/Intel Corporation

CHI, April 27 – May 2, 2013, Paris, France; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Stanford University, University of Michigan/Adobe Research, University of Oulu, and University of Stuttgart

Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games, March 21-23, 2013, Orlando, Florida; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Nvidia, VRVis Research Center/Disney Research/Vienna University of Technology, Ilmenau University of Technology, and UFRGS/UFFS/Nvidia

Image Sensors, March 19-21, 20`3, London, England; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from OmniVision Technologies, TMS Consulting, Aptina Japan, and Pelican Imaging

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 28 – December 1, 2012, Singapore; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from National Taiwan University/Columbia University/Skywatch Innovation Inc., NTT Corporation/Tohoku University/Sendai National College of Technology, Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) A*STAR, VISGRAF Lab – IMPA/UBC Fisheries Centre, Soongsil University, and Waseda University

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 11-14, 2012, Cambridge, Massachusetts; In this second report of two, Phillip Hill covers papers from Kwansei Gakuin University/Okayama Prefectural University, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Harvard University/University of Calgary/Duke University, and Tsinghua University

Chasing innovative products is a long, hard trek by Andy Marken

Technicolor’s remarkable 4K algorithms by Ken Werner

How we perceive color by Jeff Yurek

Last Word: DEG – here’s the rest of the story by Pete Putman

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 66

July 31, 2013

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: From the telescopic…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: CurvACE, BDA, Cisco, IHS, Qualcomm, NTT West, Panasonic, Nokia, Sharp, JDI, Toshiba, Sony, BubblePod, Planar, Seiki, PairASight, AOC, Daktronics, Prysm, Christie, Eclipse Digital Media, Apantac, Lytro, University of Louisville, Carnegie Mellon University, Nanyang Technological University, Hewlett-Packard, EPFL, Samsung, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics/Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Epson, Brinno, Vachen, eMagin, Ooyala, Blackmagic Design, AGC, Eidos, University of Illinois, IBM, and Conran and Partners

SID Display Week, May 19-24, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers the first day of the symposium with presentations from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Applied Materials, ETRI/Heesung Metal Ltd, LG Display, Seiko Epson Corporation, Kyung Hee University, AU Optronics Corporation, BOE Technology Group/Hefei BOE Optoelectronics Technology, and Sony Corporation

Image Sensors, March 19-21, 20`3, London, England; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Digital Optics Corporation, Odos Imaging, Image Engineering, and PCO AG

Virtual Reality Software and Technology, December 10-12, 2012, Toronto, Ontario; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Aalborg University, Teesside University/ESIEA/University of London, and University of California

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 28 – December 1, 2012, Singapore; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo/NICT, Ewha Womans University, MIT Media Lab, Yonsei University/Samsung Electronics, and National Taiwan University/Columbia University/Skywatch Innovation Inc.

User Interface Software and Technology, October 7-10, 2012, Cambridge, Massachusetts; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Toronto/INRIA/University of Toulouse, Microsoft Research Asia/Lancaster University/Microsoft Corporation, University of Washington/Microsoft Research, University of Washington/Google Inc., and Microsoft Research

SIGGRAPH, August 5-9, 2012, Los Angeles, California; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Kobe University/Waseda University/Nihon University, National Taiwan University, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, University of Waterloo, Fraunhofer IGD, Osaka University, Ritsumeikan University/Gumma National College of Technology, and Johannes Kepler University

Don’t tell me who you are… I’ll just check your online data by Andy Marken

Smart phone displays continue to get sharper: How much resolution do we really need? by Jeff Yurek

Samsung features Smart TV and Kate Upton by Ken Werner

Full HD flagship smart phone display technology shoot-out by Raymond Soneira

Last Word: Technology push versus market pull by Chris Williams

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 65

May 10, 2013

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: High Performance Displays 2013…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Dow Electronic Materials/Nanoco, ASB, AUO, Panasonic, Gerald Donovan, Innolux, Zaxel, Christie, BT Tower, SES, Christie/Cleveland Museum of Art, Utah Scientific, Mitsubishi Electric, Polytron, University of Cambridge, Audi, NPD DisplaySearch, Lucem, 3M, Samsung, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/University of Toronto, IHS, Intel, Takes, Netflix, ESPRC, University of Texas, Canon, NIST/University of Maryland, MPI Informatik/UCL\Intel Visual Computing Institute, Applied Precision, eyevis, Silicon Core Technology, IBM, and Rice University/Sandia

Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, December 10-12, 2012, Toronto, Ontario; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Wisconsin-Madison/Ajou University, The University of Tokyo/Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, University of Teesside/University of Bradford, and University of Strasbourg

Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia, December 4-6, 2012, Ulm, Germany; Phillip Hill covers papers from Technische Universität München/Luleå University of Technology, RWTH Aachen, FTW Telecommunications Research Center, University of Duisburg-Essen/Ulm University, and National Taiwan University/National Chengchi University

Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 11-14, 2012, Cambridge, Massachusetts; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Duisburg-Essen/Ulm University, Microsoft Research, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Purdue University/University of Manitoba, University of Calgary, and Ionian University

User Interface Software and Technology, October 7-10, 2012, Cambridge, Massachusetts; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Bordeaux/INRIA, Microsoft Research/Georgia Institute of Technology, University Paris-Sud/INRIA/INRIA Chile (CIRIC), and University of Bristol

SID International Symposium, June 5-8, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from the fourth day of the symposium from Toshiba Mobile Display, AU Optronics Corporation, LG Display/Korea University, Nanosys, Inc., Southeast University, Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Inc., Samsung Electronics, National Tsing Hua University/Conserve & Associates, Inc., NEC Corporation, Prysm, Inc., Columbia University, Luxint, Inc., and Light Blue Optics/Texas Instruments/Brunel University

Advanced Visual Interfaces Conference, May 21-25, 2012, Isle of Capri, Italy; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Salerno, Sony Computer Science Laboratory/University of Electro-Communications, Kyoto University, The University of Tokyo, University College Cork, and CSIRO ICT Centre

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 5-10, 2012, Austin, Texas; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Bristol, University of Haifa/FBK irst, Purdue University, TU Braunschweig, University of Nottingham, Universitat Pompeu Fabra/MIT Media Lab, RMIT University/The University of Tokyo, and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

It’s 4K all the way…by Andy Marken

Perspective on NAB 13 by Marty Shindler

Google Chromebook Pixel; Toshiba KIRAbook…by Jin Kim

Galaxy S4 Display Technology Shoot-Out by Raymond Soneira

Last Word: Color and visceral app design by Jeff Yurek

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 64

March 13, 2013

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: From the microscopic…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: GE Healthcare, Olympus, Mechdyne/University of Illinois at Chicago, Image Sensors, Second Sight, Medical Products, Aptina/Nvidia, Google, Aptina, Planar, ESO, LG, HTC, Rightware Kanzi, Rambus, Garmin, Canon, Eyelit, Fox, Cypress Semiconductor, Displaybank, UGA, YCD Multimedia, Vista Systems, Texas Instruments, ImmerVision, LifeSize, Mitsubishi Electric, Point Grey, Dell, TranSwitch, Panasonic, Healthspot, Samsung, Kopin, O-Synce, DARPA, MIT, University of Michigan, EMSL, Deloitte, Studio Technologies, ICFO, Northwestern University, Leo Villareal, FEI, Sharp, and Yota

SIGGRAPH Asia, November 28 – December 1, 2012, Singapore; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Soongsil University, Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, and Keio University/Dai Nippon Printing

LOPE-C, June 19-21, 2012, Munich, Germany; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from CDT. Most of the presentations at this conference are being covered in our sister newsletter Flexible Substrate, some of which involve certain resolution issues.

SID International Symposium, June 5-8, 2912, Boston, Massachusetts; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from the third day of the symposium from University of Cambridge, Saarland University, Raman Research Institute, KAIST, Nouvoyance Inc./Samsung Electronics Corporation, Kagoshima University, Global Optical Solutions, National Chiao Tung University/Philips Consumer Lifestyle/AU Optronics Corp., National Tsing Hua University, and Sharp Corporation

Advanced Visual Interfaces Conference, May 21-25, 2012, Isle of Capri, Italy; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, INRIA/CIRIC/CNAM, The University of Tokyo/Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Tampere University of Technology, Graz University of Technology, University of Calgary, and University of Konstanz

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 5-10, 2012, Austin, Texas; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Universidade do Porto/Instituto de Telecomunicações, Northumbria University/Newcastle University, Keio University/ATR IRS Labs, Samsung Electronics, National Taiwan University, Microsoft Research/Indian Institute of Technology, University of Toronto, Carnegie Mellon University/Microsoft Applied Sciences Group/Microsoft Research, NTT Communication Science Labs, Sony Computer Science Laboratories Inc./NYU Media Research Lab, University of Leeds/Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, and Technische Universität Darmstadt/FX Palo Alto Laboratory

Digital signage – they tell, sell, see, will do more by Andy Marken

Last Word: Apple CEO Tim Cook talks color quality by Jeff Yurek

Added commentary…by Raymond Soneira

Display Industry Calendar  

Issue 63

January 31, 2013

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Comet ISON… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: LG, 3net Studios, EPFL, Mint Digital, NODE Chroma, Rice University, Case Western Reserve University/Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology/US Naval Research Laboratory/PolymerPlus, Allied Minds, View/W Hotel, New Scale Technologies, University of Tokyo, Cypress Semiconductor/Altima, LifeSize, Aptina, Samsung Electronics, Lytro, Renesas Electronics, Cohu Electronics, NDS Surgical Imaging, TAIT Technologies, A*STAR, Sony, CMES, NEC, RGB Spectrum, Konica Minolta, Boeing, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, popSLATE, RED, Futuresource Consulting, Fujitsu, Harvard University, IBM, Penn State, General Motors, NORUSCA, Infinera/Nissho, Revolve Robotics, Christie, Toshiba, IllumiRoom, Six15 Technologies, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Crystal Displays, NPD DisplaySearch, Toshiba, Panasonic, Westinghouse, TranSwitch, Ambarella, THX, Yota Devices, ZTE, Kopin/Olympus, Pixelworks, Canon, Garmin, Eutelsat, Vuzix, Agilent Technologies, Sharp, University of Namur, Broadcom, Huawei, LaCie, Kingston Technology, Hisense, QD Vision, Project Fiona, CyberLink, NHK, IR-Blue, University of California at Berkeley, Caltech, Oregan, University of Bath, Barco, Electrosonic, James Clar, 3M New Ventures, Keio University, Japan Display, Fraunhofer, Ortus Technology, Hisense, and InfiniLED

SIGGRAPH, August 5-9, 2012, Los Angeles, California; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Pixar Animation Studios, MIT Media Lab (x2), Johannes Kepler University, Linköping University, Texas A&M University, and University of California at San Diego

Graphics Interface, May 28-30, 2012, Toronto, Ontario; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of California/Adobe Systems, Inc., University of Ottawa, and McGill University/University of Toronto

ETRA, March 28-30, 2012, Santa Barbara, California; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratories/Doshisha University, Texas State University, University of Sao Paulo, and University of Magdeburg

Take your choice – screens, pipes, content by Andy Marken

Color of the year for 2013 falls outside sRGB gamut by Jeff Yurek

IBM highlights “Cognitive Computing”

Will ClearType sub-pixel rendering on the Microsoft Surface improve its sharpness? by Raymond Soneira

Last Word: CES 2013…by Jin Kim

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 62

November 30, 2012

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Bill Hill – a man with a higher resolution… by Mark Fihn

  + Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible...by Bill Hill

  + $110 makes new iPad best writing system I've EVER used...by Bill Hill

High resolution news from around the world: Research and Markets/Sony, ByteLight, VITEC, Toshiba, SUNY, CyberLink, NASA, Ambarella, Suitable Technologies, Axis Communications, Iconix Video, e2v, Jupiter Systems, 3M, AUO, CORDIS, Sony, Real-life, Alacron/FastVision, European Space Observatory, Oakley, Jaguar Land Rover, GE, Nathan, LG, 3net, Apple, Rudolph Technologies, Hyundai, King’s College London, Stony Brook University, LUMC, 3M/Mersive, Second Sight, ON Semiconductor, and Concurrent

Mobile HCI, September 21-24, 2012, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Duisburg-Essen/University of Applied Sciences/Ulm University, Lund University, and Carnegie Mellon University/Disney Research

SIGGRAPH, August 5-9, 2012, Los Angeles, California; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Technicolor Research & Innovation, The University of Tokyo/University of Tsukuba, MIT Media Lab/University of Wisconsin-Madison/Tsinghua University/University of Zaragoza/College of Engineering/MIT Department of Chemistry, MIT Media Lab/Rice University, Method Studios, and Institute for Infocomm Research/University of Eastern Finland

Conference on 3D Web Technology, August 4-5, 2012, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from CRS4/ISTI-CNR, Fraunhofer IGD, Université de Lyon/GIPSA-LAB, Université de Lyon/ATOS Worldline, Fraunhofer IGD/TU Graz, and Fraunhofer IGD/NTU

SID International Symposium, June 5-8, 2912, Boston, Massachusetts; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from the second day of the symposium from Planar Systems, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, eMagin Corporation, Integrated Sensors/University of Michigan/Tel Aviv University/Oak Ridge National Laboratory, AU Optronics Corporation, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Sharp Corporation, Sony Corporation, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc./Sharp Corporation, AU Optronics Technology Center, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Seoul National University/Samsung Electronics, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, and Saarland University

International Symposium on Pervasive Displays, June 4-5, 2012, Porto, Portugal; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of St Andrews, Münster UAS/University of Münster, FTW Telecommunications Research Center, The University of Sydney, and Horizon Digital Economy Research/University of Nottingham

Advanced Visual Interfaces Conference, May 21-25, 2012, Isle of Capri, Italy; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from United States Air Force, Virginia Tech (x2), and University of St Andrews

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 5-10, 2012, Austin, Texas; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Stanford University/Tableau Software, Kanazawa University, RWTH Aachen University, University College London, Carnegie Mellon University/Michigan State University, University of Munich/University of Calgary/Columbia University, and Microsoft Research/University of Illinois

Eye Tracking Research & Applications, March 28-30, 2012, Santa Barbara, California; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Clemson University/University of Utah/Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, University of Tokyo, University of British Columbia/Mirametrix Research, and Lancaster University

Image Sensors, March 20-22, 2012, London, England; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations at this Intertech/PIRA event from NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories, European Southern Observatory, and NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Seeing red: can color change your spending habits? by Jeff Yurek

Will Apple keep upgrading display resolution? by David Hsieh

Flagship Smart phone Display Technology Shoot-Out by Raymond Soneira

Last Word: HTC Droid DNA by Jin Kim

Issue 61

October 22, 2012

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: 5… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: GDS, Stream TV, Visual Unity, Panasonic/NHK, Toshiba, Vu Telepresence, Canal Digital/NDS, Pixelworks, Disney Research, Harvard, Sony, RIM, LG, MIT, Semico Research, SeaChange/TiVo, Seymor-Screen Excellence, ChiMei Innolux, Barnes & Noble, NCR, Bristol University, Lytro, Royal Navy, Z+F, Flovel, Sharp, Amazon, University of Tennessee, Millenniata/Dell, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, David Record, EnChroma, California Department of Transportation, Twentieth Century Fox, MMT, University of Cambridge, Nikon, Bard Canning, National Media Museum, Z Microsystems, Aptina, Hasselblad, Panasonic, Polycom, Samsung, Jupiter Systems, SES/Sony, Sky-D, Axis Communications, TTP, Arecont Vision, Yale University, Oppo, Christie, Wang Yuyang, Dark Energy Camera, Apriori Communications, KAUST, Seyyer, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Crystal Displays, Rice University/Barco, ZEAL Optics, Imagine Eyes, IHS iSuppli, MoveEye, Credit Suisse, SUNY, DirecTV, STMicroelectronics/MicroOLED, Forth Dimension Displays, Sagrada Familia, Linde Electronics, GigaPan, GigaPan/Kolor and CEA

SIGGRAPH, August 5-9, 2012, Los Angeles, California; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo/Carnegie Mellon University/University of Tsukuba, University of Southern California, Telecom ParisTech, NTT Corporation, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Johannes Kepler University, and Google Inc./Hanyang University/Carnegie Mellon University

SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies, August 5-9, 2012, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from City University of Hong Kong, and University of Toronto

DisplaySearch Digital Signage Conference, June 12, 2012, Las Vegas, Nevada by Conrad Blickenstorfer

SID 50th Anniversary Symposium, September 29, 2012, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from University of Central Florida

Korea Display Conference, May 22-23, 2012, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Nanoco Group

VRCAI 2011, December 11-12, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Beijing Institute of Technology, Technical University of Crete/York St John University, Texas A&M University (x2), and Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)

Adobe updates Photoshop Touch for tablets by Randall S. Newton

Beyond Retina: Holiday releases see device makers move beyond PPI in display marketing efforts by Jeff Yurek

Futuring high frame rates by Marty Shindler

Will ClearType on the Microsoft Surface improve its sharpness? by Raymond Soneira

The Auto Market and TV by Norman Hairston

Last Word: iPhone 5 by Jin Kim

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Issue 60

August 29, 2012

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: “Exquisite performance”…Not! by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Mitsubishi Electric, Regal Entertainment Group, SkyNet, Mindspeed Technologies, Nvidia, Delphi Display Systems, Bally Technologies, Planar, Digitalsmiths/Audible Magic, Bresslergroup/PediaVision, Yahoo, FCI, University of Tokyo, Naval Research Laboratory, University of California Berkeley, City University of New York, IBM, University of Southern California, Instagram, Vizio, Nano Retina, Duke University, Tetris Light, NYU-Poly, Griffith University, Google, Notre Dame, ImagineOptix, SeaChange, FreeCast.com, GE Intelligent Platforms, Samsung/NYTVF, TFCinfo, European Southern Observatory, SanDisk, HTC, Apple, Juniper Research, Westinghouse, Point Grey, ITU, OmniVision, Samsung, Emory University, Daktronics, EIZO, Toshiba, Carnegie Mellon University, eMagin, Weizmann Institute of Science, Vidyo, Janne Parviainen, xRez, Harvard, Amandine Alessandra, Christian Faur, Robert Buelteman, NASA, Rockefeller University, Malin Space Science Systems, Apophysis, and David Johnson

Emerging Display Technologies Conference, August 13-14, 2012, Santa Clara, California; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from QD Vision

EuroITV, July 4-6, 2012, Berlin, Germany; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf

Designing Interactive Systems, June 11-15, 2012, Newcastle, England; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Munich/German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and University of Kent/Leeds Metropolitan University/Swansea University

SID LED Lighting Evolution Conference, June 6, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts; Phillip Hill covers presentations at this IMS organized event from Fusion Optix, and Bardsley Consulting

Electronic Displays, February 29 – March 1, 2012, Nuremberg, Germany; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Sharp Microelectronics, Light Blue Optics, and Saarland University

US FPD Smart Displays, February 28-29, 2012, San Diego, California; Most of this conference is being covered in other of our titles, predominantly Display Standard. But here Phillip Hill covers presentations from Corning Display Technologies, and Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America (SEMCA)

China Display SID Conference, November 6-9, 2011, Kunshan, China; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Sony Chemical & Information Device Corporation, Infovision Optoelectronics Co. Ltd./Jiangsu FPD Technology & Research Institute/Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Halation Photonics Corporation, Southeast University, eMagin Corporation, Academy of Opto-Electronics/Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Science/Phoebus Vision Opto-Electronics Technology Ltd, and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

4K×2K LCD TV panel opportunities and challenges by David Hsieh

It doesn’t matter where, how they watch…Video is Video by Andy Marken

Last Word: Your existing HDTV is already a true “Retina Display” by Raymond Soneira

Publisher’s rebuttal – 4K is coming to your living room by Mark Fihn

Issue 59

August 9, 2012

 75 pages

Letter from the publisher: Olympic glory; retinal superiority… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Xilinx, Dolby, Philips, Openwave Mobility, Isaac Julien/Projectiondesign, The Projection Studio, Bruce Munro, Olympus/Apple/Google, Datacolor, Kopin, Panasonic, Dow Electronic Materials, NLT Technologies, SCT, Sharp, Aalto University, RayV Technologies, Mersive, Technicolor, LifeSize, Fraunhofer, Panasonic/NHK, NDS, Fujifilm, Analogix, DisplaySearch, Logitech, Brown University, Motion Simulation/Ariel Motor Company, Ghent Light Festival, Nanosys/3M, 3M, Vidyo, Barco/Vidyo, Polycom, Audi, Duke University/University of Arizona, BenQ/Mersive, NEC Display Solutions, LG, AUO, Planar, GE, Intel Capital/Portrait Displays, Sharp/Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, University of Maryland, OmniVision, Sencore/Visionary Solutions, Stanford, Kyocera, Mamiya, LG Display, Osram Opto, Displaybank, DR Systems, CEA, Marmalade, US Patent and Trademark Office, Christie, ESO, OmniVision, Dell, Mitsubishi, MIT, Exacq Technologies, MicroOLED, DigitalOptics Corporation/Cammsys, FAA/Rockwell Collins, Avid, Motion Graphics, IKEA, Racelogic, USNV, Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, ImmerVision, PRG/Intematix, and Microsoft

SID International Symposium, June 5-8, 2012, Boston, Massachusetts; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from the first day of the symposium from Kyung Hee University, University of Central Florida/Tohoku University/AU Optronics, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co./Advanced Film Device Inc., NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories/NHK Engineering Service Inc./Panasonic AVC Device Development Center/Panasonic Plasma Display Co., University of Central Florida/JNC Petrochemical Corporation, and Philips Research Laboratories

DisplaySearch Smart TV Conference, May 24-25, 2012, Shenzhen, China; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Chimei Innolux, and Rambus

Image Sensors, March 20-22, 2012, London, England; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations at this Intertech/PIRA event from Royal Marsden Institute of Cancer Research, Sony Corporation, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth, and Aptina Imaging Corporation

Electronic Displays, February 29 – March 1, 2012, Nuremberg, Germany; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Daimler, The German Flat Panel Display Forum (DFF), Daimler AG/IT-Designers GmbH, and Berliner Glas/System Elektronik

VRCAI, December 11-12, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Utrecht University/Motek Medical B.V./ University of Groningen, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Tianjin University, and Beijing Institute of Technology

Better pixels make video a whole new game by Andy Marken

LG shows a record 440 ppi display by Raymond Soneira

Apple’s new iPad display: What does 44% more color get you? by Jeff Yurek

Last Word: A Retina display MacBook – a bad idea? by Jin Kim

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Issue 58

May 1, 2012

 68 pages

Letter from the publisher: Murmurations by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Subaru, Cornell, Polycom/HP/Microsoft, MicroVision, Elemental, Canon, NASA, Hitachi, NTT, AIST, IHS, Woods Hole, Sony, Applied Materials, Flinders University, NEC Display Solutions, Vidyo, VISTA, Method of Action, Video Insight, Nikon, Millennium House, Blackmagic Design, Oakley, Tchoban & Kuznetsov, Innovega, Beijing Institute of Technology/University of Arizona, Canon USA, Excelitas Technologies, MPEG, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Lockheed Martin, Autodesk, ATEME, 3M Cogent, NanoMarkets, Penta, Hulu, Sorenson/Flash Networks, Hitachi Kokusai Electric, Jupiter Systems, Fotopedia, and Panasonic

TEI, February 19-22, 2012, Kingston, Ontario; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Leiden University, University of Pittsburgh, Portuguese Catholic University, University of Toronto/OCAD University/Kyle Duffield/Dalhousie University, and Queens University/Carleton University

CSCW, February 11-15, 2012, Seattle, Washington; Most of this conference is being covered in our sister newsletter Touch Panel, but here Phillip Hill covers a presentation from The University of British Columbia/Dalhousie University

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 12-15, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology/The Chinese University of Hong Kong, CaSToRC Cyprus Institute/University of Cyprus/Vienna University of Technology/University of Warwick, Tokyo Institute of Technology/Kanagawa Institute of Technology, and Texas A&M University

VRCAI, December 11-12, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Nanyang Technological University, Shanghai JiaoTong University, City University of Hong Kong/South China University of Technology, and Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro/CENPES Petrobras Research Center

ACM Multimedia (MM’11), November 28 – December 1, 2011, Scottsdale, Arizona; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Peking University/Microsoft Research Asia, Dublin City University/Telecom ParisTech/University of London, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/University of California at Berkeley, Klagenfurt University, University of Toulouse/National University of Singapore, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

China Display SID Conference, November 6-9, 2011, Kunshan, China; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Southeast University/Philips Consumer Lifestyle/Philips Research Laboratories, Sichuan University, Southeast University/Wuxi WiO Technology Co Ltd/University of Florida, Seoul National University, Xi’an Jiaotong University, WINTEK Corporation, Southeast University/Philips Consumer Lifestyle, and Saarland University

The changing mix of business leadership by Andy Marken

Apple’s new iPad boasts better colors: How did they do it? by Jeff Yurek

Underwater Fluorescence: Night dives like you've never experienced before by Conrad H. Blickenstorfer

Last Word: When will 4K make your HDTV obsolete? by Andrew Eisner

Issue 57

April 11, 2012

 76 pages

Letter from the publisher: It's about time…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Inoyan Narod, Centris Research, Planar, Nadia Wicker, Simon Beck, Samsung, Liu Bolin, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, Luxtera/STMicroelectronics, Gefen, University of Georgia, Philips, Rice University, Spectrum Bridge, MobiTV/Dolby, Northwestern University, Arizona State University, DisplayLink, NanoMarkets, University of Texas, Time Warner Cable/Show+Tell/Prysm, Mitsubishi Electric, Sharp, IMAX/Barco, Mersive, Cisco/Lightwire, Mersive/Razor’s Edge Ventures, Nanolumens, Delta, Canon, Samsung/Qualcomm/ARM Technologies, NASA, Don Pettit, MIT, PediaVision, Apple, Garmin, Forth Dimension Displays, Vidyo, Emerging Markets Communications, Sony, SensoMotoric Instruments, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Sheffield, Intel/Nvidia, Visual Interaction, Seagate, Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, Lytro, Silicon Image, Mercedes, and Nokia

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 12-15, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo, MIT Media Lab/University of British Columbia, University of Virginia/Disney Research/MIT CSAIL, and Visual Computing Lab/ISTI-CNR

VRCAI, December 11-12, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Graz University of Technology, Sabanci University, University of California/FX Palo Alto Laboratory, and CRS4

ACM Multimedia (MM’11), November 28 – December 1, 2011, Scottsdale, Arizona; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Queensland University of Technology, Sun Yat-Sen University, University of Toulouse/National University of Singapore, and National Taiwan University

Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment, November 8-11, 2011, Lisbon, Portugal; Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of Tokyo, and MIT Media Lab

China Display SID Conference, November 6-9, 2011, Kunshan, China; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Shanghai Tianma Micro-Electronics Co., Shanghai University/Shanghai Doeon Optoelectronics Co., Xidian University/Xi’an University of Technology, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Science, Academy of Opto-electronics (x2), and Sichuan University

SID Vehicle Displays and Interfaces Symposium, October 20-21, 2011, Dearborn, Michigan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from MicroVision Inc., Pixtronix Inc., Visteon Corporation, Clemson University/Art Center College of Design/B-Con Engineering Inc./Digital Dash Ltd., and Rochester Institute of Technology/Monotype Imaging Inc.

Mobile HCI, August 30 – September 2, 2011, Stockholm, Sweden; Phillip Hill covers presentations from McGill University, Bell Labs India/IIT Delhi/Microsoft Research India, MIT Media Lab, Nokia Research Center, and Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs/University of Toronto/University of California/Microsoft Research

SID International Symposium, May 17-20, 2011, Los Angeles, California; Our backroom staff has identified an interesting poster that slipped through the net previously, so here Phillip Hill covers this presentation from NEC LCD Technologies

New iPad display technology shoot-out: iPad 2 – new iPad – iPhone 4 by Raymond Soneira

Last Word: 3rd Generation iPad: Entering A High-Resolution, Post-PC World...by Bill Hill

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Issue 56

February 28, 2012

 72 pages

Letter from the publisher: “It has nothing to do with font size”…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: LG, Samsung, Planar, Jupiter Systems, Sony, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Nikon, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Emperor, NHK, University of Washington, NASA, Google, Nethra Imaging, Jean-michel Bonnemoy, FXI/Polkast, Pivothead, Second Sight, HP, Vuzix, Arthur S. Mole/John D. Thomas, Lava360, Pixeltango, Jorge Jimenez, Morpho, Popular Science, Nakaoka University, Michigan Technological University, Fraunhofer Institute for Microelectronic Circuits and Systems, Luxtera, e2v, Christie Digital, Fujitsu, Dennis Manarchy, Displaybank, DisplaySearch, Prysm, Marseille, University of Munich/University of Calgary/Columbia University, WOWee, ONE/MicroVision, Daktronics, Honestech, Seoul Semiconductor, NDS Surgical Imaging, BAE Systems, and Technicolor

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 12-15, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Dartmouth College/Microsoft Research Asia/Sapienza University of Rome, TU Darmstadt, University of California at Davis/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Institute for Infocomm Research/National University of Singapore/Nanyang Technological University/Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology/Microsoft Research Asia, UIUC, and Inha University/UNIST/Harvard University

ACM Multimedia 2011 (MM’11), November 28 – December 1, Scottsdale, Arizona; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/University of California at Berkeley, INRIA, National University of Singapore/University of Oslo/University of Toulouse/Manovega Pte. Ltd., National University of Singapore, University of Trento/Carnegie Mellon University/University of Texas at Arlington, University of Udine/Millsaps College, University of Science and Technology of China/Texas State University/Microsoft Research Asia/University of Texas at San Antonio, and University of Rennes/University of Paris/INRIA

Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, November 13-16, 2011, Kobe, Japan; The vast majority of this conference is being carried in our sister newsletter Touch Panel, but here Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Alpen-Adria Universität

China Display SID Conference, November 6-9, 2011, Kunshan, China; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Hisense Electric, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Zhejiang University/University of Leeds, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (x3), Shanghai SVA-Optronics Co., Ltd, Xi’an Jongtong University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and Visionox Tech. Ltd./ Tsinghua University

Interview with Justin Evans: “Take this box and change the world.”

Why Android smart phones are bigger than the iPhone by Jin Kim

Transparent electronic materials: An Emerging Market Opportunity by Lawrence Gasman

Top 10 LCD Manufacturing Trends of 2012 by Charles Annis

Last Word: The return of the megapixel wars by Fluppeteer

Issue 55

January 13, 2012

 70 pages

Letter from the publisher: Of Oceanography and ophthalmology…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Mitsubishi Electric, JVC, Panasonic, Texas Tech University, Sony, Velocity Micro, Tacit, Rob Spence, Fraunhofer IAO, DEG, TFCinfo, MIT, In-Stat, Panasonic/Toyota, Christie, NEC Display Solutions, Samsung Electronics, Aptina, University of Washington, Barco, Nvidia, 3M, WOWOW/SGI, Logitech, IDC, SiliconCore Technology, OFS Laboratories, AltaSens/Berkeley Design Automation, NASA/Boston Micromachines, Cree, Avistar, LG Electronics, Planar, IBM, St. Olaf, ALMA, Olympus, Visual Acuity, Michael Chrisman, and Nikon

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 12-15, 2011, Hong Kong, China; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Bath/University of Konstanz, USC Institute for Creative Technologies, The University of ElectroCommunications, Industrial Technology Research Institute, GIST/The University of Tokyo, and Harvard University/MIT CSAIL/Lantos Technologies/Disney Research

SIGGRAPH Asia Emerging Technologies, December 14-15, 2011, Hong Kong, China; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Canterbury, TU Berlin, and University of Otago

Printed Electronics USA, November 30 – December 1, 2011, Santa Clara, California; The majority of this conference is being covered in our sister newsletter Flexible Substrate, but here Phillip Hill covers presentations from QD Vision, and Ohio Gravure Technologies

ACM Multimedia 2011 (MM’11), November 28 – December 1, Scottsdale, Arizona; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology/The Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/Deutsche Telekom Inc., University of North Carolina at Charlotte/Singapore Management University, Norwegian University of Science and Technology/École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Advanced Digital Sciences Center/Nanyang Technological University/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Tsinghua University/The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Zhejiang University/Dalian Nationalities University/City University of Hong Kong/Hangzhou Normal University, and University of Science and Technology of China/Texas State University/University of Texas at San Antonio

OzCHI, November 28 – December 2, 2011, Canberra, Australia; Phillip Hill covers presentations from CSIRO ICT Centre, and University of Canterbury

International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, November 14-18, 2011, Alicante, Spain; Most of this conference is being covered in our sister newsletter Touch Panel, but here Phillip Hill covers papers from Universitat Politècnica de València, Nagoya University, and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

High Performance Computing, November 12-18, 2011, Seattle, Washington; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology/NEC Corporation/NEC Informatec Systems Ltd/NEC Soft Ltd/NEC Computertechno Ltd, and Texas Advanced Computing Center

ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition, November 3-6, 2011, Atlanta, Georgia; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Georgia Institute of Technology

SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies, August 9-11, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the second of two reports on this adjunct to the main conference, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Coimbra, University of Waterloo, MIT Media Lab/MIT Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University, Johannes Kepler University/Bauhaus-University, Disney Research,//UC Santa Cruz, Johannes Kepler University, The University of Tokyo, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), Yale University, and University of California Los Angeles

Experia, WOLED, and OLPC by Jin Kim

Quantum dot filter displays are the next big thing by Jon Peddie

Last Word: Apple updates iBooks with new book fonts by Bill Hill

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Issue 54

December 20, 2011

 68 pages

Letter from the publisher: Transparent Butterflies…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Kodak/ IMAX, Nippon Electric Glass, Duke University, Apple, Intel, AOL, Samsung, SPIRIT DSP, Cornell University, SceneTap, Stanford University, Deluxe/Dolby, Fraunhofer, Raystream, Kodak, Luxtera, Huntsville International Airport/Planar, Azuki Systems, Axis Communications, Ziptronix, China Electronics Chamber of Commerce/GOME Electrical Appliance Holdings, NASA, NEC Display Solutions, Fuze Telepresence Connect, MicroVision, Point Grey, HIMS, Topcon, NewTek, Lytro, Sintef, Samsung/Google, Toshiba, Disney Research/Carnegie Mellon University, Qualcomm, Microsoft/VideoSurf, University of Georgia, Prysm, CMI, TMD, Fractal Antenna Systems, Canon, Barco, Blackmagic Design/Teranex, and AcuFocus

UIST, October 16-19, 2011, Santa Barbara, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Microsoft Research Asia/Tsinghua University/Xi’an Jiaotong University, MIT CSAIL, University of Saskatchewan, Université de Toulouse, University of Bristol (x2), German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Technische Universität Berlin/Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, and Rice University

SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies, August 9-11, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the first of two reports on this adjunct to the main conference, Phillip Hill covers presentations from The University of Tokyo/Keio University, ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratory/Osaka University, University of Tsukuba, Walt Disney Imagineering, MPI Informatik/Universität Ulm/MIT Media Lab/Universität des Saarlandes, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology/MIT Media Laboratory, Sharp Corporation/Ikegami Tsushinki/Shizuoka University, and Sony CSL/University of Electro-Communications

SIGGRAPH, August 7-11, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from National Chiao Tung University/National Cheng Kung University/New York University, University of British Columbia/MIT Media Lab, MPI Informatik/Télécom ParisTech/Intel Visual Computing Institute, and Microsoft Research/The Hebrew University

SID International Symposium, May 17-20, 2011, Los Angeles, California; In this final report, Phillip Hill covers the pick of the posters with presentations from Samsung Mobile Display, LG Display, LG Display R&D Center, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Chilin Technology Co., AU Optronics, Korea Polytechnic University/Samsung Electronics, Samsung Mobile Display/Samsung Electronics, Sichuan University, Feng Chia University/Chunghwa Picture Tubes, National Chiao Tung University/ChiMei-Innolux Corp., Kanazawa Institute of Technology/Tohoku University/Sendai National College of Technology, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., University of Tehran, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/Integrated Microdisplays Limited, and National Chiao Tung University

Content … Big, Beautiful, Ready to Sail by Andy Marken

Understanding Bit Depth by Michael Reichmann

Substantial Growth Anticipated for Smart Windows by Lawrence Gasman

High on Resolution: Resolution Is Relative by David Barnes

Last Word: Should Apple and Amazon REALLY control eBook design? by Bill Hill

Issue 53

October 20, 2011

 68 pages

Letter from the publisher: Display quandary: some inputs…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: CSEED, EIZO, Barco, ITU, University of Edinburgh, Jupiter Systems, Jacobs School of Engineering, PacketVideo, SteelSeries/GUNNAR Optiks, AT&T, Panasonic, CinemaNow/Intel, National Tsing-Hua University, Silicon Image, Totalmovie, Marvell, Mayo Clinic, Blackmagic Design, SMD, Stewart Filmscreen, Sifteo, Vuzix/Fraunhofer IPMS, Colour Sound Experiment, Sony, GDS, DisplaySearch, University of California, Google, SeaChange, Litepanels, Adobe, In-Stat, Johns Hopkins University, Sharp, Pentax, Hitachi, Samsung Electronics, JKL, Mitsubishi Electric, and Electrosonic

2011 DisplaySearch China FPD Conference, September 8-9, 2011, Shanghai, China; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from DisplaySearch

SIGGRAPH, August 7-11, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Weta Digital/University of British Columbia, University of California/Toshiba Corporation/Toshiba Research Europe/MIT Media Lab, Weta Digital, and Hebrew University/Adobe Systems

European Interactive TV Conference, June 29 – July 1, 2011, Lisbon, Portugal; Most of this conference will be covered in our sister newsletter Display Standard. But here Phillip Hill covers a presentation from TNO

Conference on Interaction Design and Children, June 20-23, 2011, Ann Arbor, Michigan; The rest of this conference will be covered in our sister newsletter Touch Panel, but here Phillip Hill covers a presentation from University of Minnesota

SID International Symposium, May 17-20, 2011, Los Angeles, California; In this fourth report of four, Phillip Hill covers the fourth day of the conference with presentations from Chilin Technology, Philips Research Laboratories, National Chiao Tung University, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), University of Central Florida/Chonbuk National University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Microsoft Corporation, and Panasonic Electric Works

Levels of Abstraction: Are Your Photographs “Real”? by Michael Reichmann

Video Everywhere: The dominant trend in video by Dominique Jodoin and Rachad Alao

Providers work to profitably meet data/video bandwidth demand by Andy Marken

How much bandwidth does broadcast HD video use? by Bo Gowan

Throw Out the Eye Chart! by Chris Chinnock

Last Word: We are Moore’s Law by Jon Peddie

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Issue 52

September 21, 2011

72 pages

Letter from the publisher: Getting used to mediocrity…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Sharp, Sony, JVC, Jupiter Systems, Intel, HP, NEC Display Solutions, Silicon Image, Harvard, Nemotek, Science & Technology Facilities Council, Princeton Instruments, NASA, Visolve, Gigapan, Cinimod Studio, Strategies Unlimited, Digital Projection, ZiiLABS/S3 Group, Informa Telecoms & Media, Displaybank, Elite Screens, AirTies/Quantenna, Semtech, Autodesk, ESA, Vestel, BBC, NaPANIL, and 3M/Pixel Qi

SIGGRAPH, August 7-11, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Disney Research/ Carnegie Mellon University, University of British Columbia/The Interdisciplinary Center/Adobe Systems Incorporated, Bangor University/Seoul National University/University of British Columbia, and Contrast Optical Design & Engineering Inc./University of New Mexico

EICS, June 13-16, 2011, Pisa, Italy; Phillip Hill covers a paper from University Paris-Sud/INRIA

Projection Summit, June 13-14, 2011, Orlando, Florida; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Insight Media, Pacific Media Associates, BenQ America Corp., Philips Digital Projection Lighting, Eastman Kodak, and National Association of Theater Owners of Pennsylvania

SID International Symposium, May 17-20, 2011, Los Angeles, California; In this third report of four, Phillip Hill covers the third day of the conference with presentations from Sharp Corporation, National Tsing Hua University/Cinetron Technology Inc./Instrument Technology Research Center, Samsung Electronics, Saarland University, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, Vestel Electronics/ODTÜ, Soraa Inc, Philips Research Laboratories, 3M Company, and NTT Corporation/Tohoku University/Sendai National Colleges of Technology

CHI, May 7-12, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Open University/Microsoft Research/Addenbrookes Hospital, Microsoft Research/Virginia Tech, KAIST, Carnegie Mellon University/Neowiz Lab, Osaka University, and University of Manitoba/Autodesk Research

Image Sensors Europe, March 22-24, 2011, London, England; In In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from DxO Labs, and CSEM

International Display Workshop, December 1-5, 2010, Fukuoka, Japan; In the fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers this event sponsored by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with papers from the sessions on electronic paper; MEMS & emerging technologies for future displays & devices; display electronic systems; flexible displays; touch panels & input technologies; and lighting optics, devices & systems. Presentations from Samsung Electronics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology/Vestfold University College/poLight AS, QD Vision, Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Uni-Pixel Displays, Philips Consumer Lifestyle/Philips Research Laboratories, Shizuoka University/Toyota Central R&D Labs, NHK Science & Technology Research Labs/Hitachi Kokusai Electric Inc./NHK Engineering, and Osaka University

Staying afloat in a rising sea of data by Andy Marken

Wishing won’t make it so…by Pete Putman

Lytro computational photography redefines the snapshot by Randall S. Newton

“High PPI screens are coming” by Jin Kim

Last Word: Okay, I admit defeat – I give in! I can’t take high-res any more by Chris Williams 

Issue 51

August 26, 2011

 74 pages

Letter from the publisher: I have a “display quandary”…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Sony, Arecont Vision, Hitachi, Imerj Design, Harvard University, Cornell University, TDK, NEC Display Solutions, NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Dai Nippon Printing, Eizo Nanao, Lytro, Coco Rocha, Jupiter Systems, Google, LifeSize, Grandstream, Samsung, Avago Technologies, Sharp, NHK/Sharp, Panasonic, Dontech, Total Immersion, Image Engineering, Luminus Devices, Vidyo, Comcast/Skype, Planar, Radvision, Nefsis, Renesas, AMD, Garage-Media, Cinimod Studio, Obscura Digital, Martin Waugh, Honda, OK Go, and NASA

Projection Summit, June 13-14, 2011, Orlando, Florida; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Scalable Display Technologies, Luminus Devices, Maradin Ltd, Wavien Inc, and Modulight Inc

IMI Europe Ink Jet Technology Showcase, June 8-9, 2011, Barcelona, Spain; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Xennia Technology, and VdW Consulting

SID International Symposium, May 17-20, 2011, Los Angeles, California; In this second report of four, Phillip Hill covers the second day of the conference with presentations from Merck KgaA/Merck Advanced Technologies, Autronic-Melchers GmbH, Kyungpook National University/Kyung Hee University, Eastman Kodak Company, Kent Displays Inc./Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Apical Limited, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, and Syndiant Inc.

eBook & Tablet Market Evolution Conference, May 19, 2011, Los Angeles, California; In this report from this conference jointly organized by IMS and SID, Phillip Hill covers a presentation from IMS Research

SID/DisplaySearch Business Conference, May 16, 2011, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch and AMD

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 7-12, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Universitè Paris-Sud, Brown University, Carnegie Mellon University/Michigan State University, University of Munich/German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, and NTT Cyber Solutions Laboratories/NTT Communications Corporation/Okayama University

Image Sensors Europe, March 22-24, 2011, London, England; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from TLG Engineering/Tessera, RICAtek, Siemens AG, and Aptina Norway AS

International Display Workshop 2010, December 1-5, 2010, Fukuoka, Japan; In the third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers this event sponsored by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with papers from the sessions on applied vision & human factors, and projection & large-area displays & their components. Presentations from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)/Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), Utsunomiya University/Sharp, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Wavien, Inc., University of Washington, Coretronic Corporation/National Central University, Microvision, Inc., Setsunan University, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tohoku University/Sendai National College of Technology, and Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd.

Clover Systems SunBook; What do you get when you integrate Pixel Qi's stunning display technology into a standard netbook? A netbook that you can truly use under any lighting conditions by Conrad H. Blickenstorfer

One camera, two Lenses, new uses by Arthur Berman

Last Word: Snow Leopard HIDPI desktop by Jin Kim

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 50

June 21, 2011

 70 pages

Letter from the publisher: Puyehue-Cordon Caulle…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Sigma Corporation of America, TFC Info, Ortus Technology, Samsung, Samsung/Nouvoyance, 3M, Rambus, Axis Communications, Sony, Nanosys, Philips, Cree, GE Lighting, TCP, Christie, Seebetter, Pacific Media Associates, University of Oregon, Toshiba, MBL, Strategy Analytics, Sharp, Insight Media, DynaScan Technology, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Crestron, DisplaySearch, Displaybank, Samsung/Evident Technologies, Mitsubishi Electric, Apple, Canvys, E Ink/Epson, Agilent Technologies, and LG Display

SID International Symposium, May 17-20, 2011, Los Angeles, California; In this first report of four, Phillip Hill covers the first day of the conference with presentations from National Chiao Tung University, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co. Ltd./Advanced Film Device Inc., Fujifilm Corporation, Hanyang University, Kyoritsu Optronics, Pixel Qi Corporation, Chunghwa Picture Tubes, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Samsung Electronics, University of Central Florida, QD Vision, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS)/Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering, Samsung Mobile Display, Samsung Mobile Display, University of Central Florida, National Sun Yat-Sen University/AU Optronics Corporation, Sharp Laboratories of America, Christie Digital Systems, and Toshiba Corporation

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 7-12, 2011, Vancouver, British Columbia; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Carnegie Mellon University/Disney Research, University of Bath, Georgia Institute of Technology, and University of Copenhagen

DisplaySearch Taiwan FPD International Conference, April 14-15, 2011, Taipei, Taiwan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Merck Display Technologies, and DisplaySearch

Image Sensors Europe, March 22-24, 2011, London, England; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Yole Développement, International Imaging Industry Association, PMD Technologies GmbH, and Grass Valley

Electronic Displays 2011, March 2-3, 2011, Nuremberg, Germany; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Optrex Europe GmbH, opsira GmbH, and Chalmers University of Technology

International Display Workshop 2010, December 1-5, 2010, Fukuoka, Japan; In the second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers this event sponsored by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with papers from the sessions on electroluminescent displays and phosphors; OLEDs; 3D/hyper-realistic display & systems; and applied vision & human factors. Presentations from Toshiba Corporation/Kyushu University, LG Display, University of Toyama, Kansai University, Chiba University/Shohoku College, Tokai University/Wartburg College, AVC Networks Company/Panasonic Plasma Display Co., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Sharp Corporation, and Chunghwa Picture Tubes

IMID/IDMC/Asia Display, October 11-15, 2010, Seoul, South Korea; In this fourth of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Infovision Optoelectronics Co. Ltd./Pusan National University, Hanyang University, ETRI/Pusan National University, Hallym University/GLS Inc., LG Display (x2), LG Display R&D Center, Kyungpook National University, Samsung Electronics, Seoul National University, and Cheil Industries Inc.

Dry Eye Syndrome by Jeffrey Anshel

HD Displays: Displays and Color by Clive (Max) Maxfield

Last Word: E Ink by Jin Kim

Issue 49

May 12, 2011

 66 pages

Letter from the publisher: Royal wedding…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Google Maps, Z Microsystems, Mindspeed Technologies, Gigapan, Strahov Monastery Library, Samsung Electronics, Dominquez and Pompa, DisplaySearch, Erik Nordenankar, LifeSize, Mr. Beam, Apple, TowerJazz/Medigus, Toshiba, ABI Research, SA Photonics, Aptina, Monotype Imaging, Axis Communications, Arecont Vision, 3M, Bitstream, Planar, Prysm, Black Diamond Video, NEC Display Solutions, Mitsubishi, and Forth Dimension Displays

Image Sensors Europe, March 22-24, 2011, London, England; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from TowerJazz, TU Delft, CMOSIS Image Sensors, Nocturnal Vision, and Teledyne DALSA

Electronic Displays 2011, March 2-3, 2011, Nuremberg, Germany; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Fraunhofer IPMS, Beck GmbH, and Sony Mobile Displays

i3D 2011, February 18-20, 2011, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers papers from Technische Universität München/Williams College/Nvidia, Athens University of Economics & Business, University of California/Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Grenoble University/Nvidia/Telecom ParisTech, Technicolor Research & Innovation/The Moving Picture Company, and INRIA Rhone-Alpes/INRIA Sophia-Antipolis/University of California

International Display Workshop 2010, December 1-5, 2010, Fukuoka, Japan; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers this event sponsored by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with papers from the sessions on LC science and technology; active matrix displays; FPD manufacturing, materials & components; and plasma display panels. Presentations from National Cheng Kung University/Chung Shan Medical University/Kun Shan University of Technology, ChungHwa Picture Tubes/Chung Yuan Christian University, LG Display (x3), Kanazawa Institute of Technology/Tohoku University/Sendai National College of Technology, Sharp Corporation, Raman Research Institute, Kyoritsu Optronics/InfoVision Optoelectronics, TPO Displays/Chimei-Innolux Corp., University of Stuttgart, Hallym University/GLS Inc., and Panasonic Plasma Display

ACM Multimedia 2010 International Conference, October 25-29, 2010, Florence, Italy; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Queensland University of Technology, MIT Media Lab, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, NHK, and Nokia Research Center/Stanford University

IMID/IDMC/Asia Display, October 11-15, 2010, Seoul, South Korea; In this third of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from InfoVision Optoelectronics/Kyoritsu Optronics, Hanyang University/Yeungnam University, Pusan National University, Hoseo University/Pusan National University, Kyungpook National University, Seoul National University, Dong-A University, and Industrial Technology Research Institute

OLEDs World Summit 2010, September 27-29, 2010, San Francisco, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems/University of Edinburgh/Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering/Mobintech A/S/Universität zu Köln/MICROOLED SA, Rockwell Collins Optronics, Nouvoyance, Novaled AG, and WAC Lighting

SIGGRAPH, July 25-29, 2010, Los Angeles, California; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers a paper from SIAT/NUDT/IIT Delhi/Tel Aviv University

Digital Cinema Summit: To 4K and beyond by Matt Brennesholtz

4K resolution: more than meets the eye by Tom Bert and Théo Marescaux

The Resolution Gap by Jin Kim

Commentary about “The Resolution Gap” by Mark Fihn

Last Word: PenTile Technology paves way for ultra-higher resolution displays by Joel Pollack

Issue 48

April 23, 2011

 66 pages

Letter from the publisher: 14-megapixels – $49.00…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Inakadate, Brandon Brill, Yole Developpement, Black Diamond Video, NEC Display Solutions, Milestone/Da-Lite, Nano Retina, Harvard, NEC Corporation, iSuppli, Fujitsu, Max Planck Institute, NIST/Willow Garage, Vistec Lithography, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, Young Optics, GEO Semiconductor, Samsung Electronics, Mechdyne/AMD, University of Twente, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Insight Media, NIST, NASA, SatLink/Zixi, Axis Communications, Displaybank, DisplaySearch, Vidyo, Google/Green Parrot Pictures, Planar, Quixel Research, Cree, FDA/Kodak, Lehigh University, Intel, Vantrix, US Optical/PixelOptics, Rome University, US Navy, Syniverse, C3 Technologies, Numerica, Silicon Image, Solar Dynamics Observatory, Sony/Seiko Epson, Fraunhofer Institute, BrightSign, ChiMei/Sharp, and Valkee

Interview with Steve Sedaker from VIA Optronics

TEI’11, January 22-26, 2011, Funchal, Portugal; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Toronto, MIT Media Lab/Zigelbaum + Coelho, Stanford University, Waseda University, University of Munich, Portuguese Catholic University/Porto University, and FEUP

IMID/IDMC/Asia Display, October 11-15, 2010, Seoul, South Korea; In this second of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Daejin University, Kyung-hee University, POSTECH/LG Display, LG Display/Plextronics Inc./University of Florida, Toshiba Corporation, Hanyang University, Kangwon National University, Universal Display Corporation/Silicon Display Technology/Kyung Hee University, Samsung Mobile Display, Kyungpook National University, Fraunhofer IPMS, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Fuzhou University, and Samsung Mobile Display

SIGGRAPH 2010, July 25-29, 2010, Los Angeles, California; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from California State University, National Cheng Kung University/IIT Delhi/Tel Aviv University/The Chinese University of Hong Kong, TU Braunschweig, University of British Columbia, MIT Media Lab, Microsoft Research, and The University of Tokyo/The Berlin University of the Arts

Projection Summit 2010, June 7-8, 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Samsung Electronics America, Microvision, SuperImaging, Scalable Display Technologies, Christie Digital Systems USA, Insight Media, Philips Lighting, and Pacific Media Associates

An old idea moves towards (virtual) reality by Arthur Berman

Samsung Super AMOLED Plus, Dumps PenTile Matrix, Goes Real-Stripe (RGB), by Jin Kim

High on Resolution: Product Cycles and Retail Trends by David Barnes

Last Word: Smellivision vs. OTT by Norman Hairston

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 47

January 31, 2011

66 pages

Letter from the publisher: Fireworks displays…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Motorola, Vizio, University of Warwick, Eizo Nanao, Guangdong Museum of Art, RIM, Gigmacro, Gigapan, Giant Dome Theater Consortium, Olympus, Nikon, Zenview, Samsung, Planar, Harvard, Norfello, University of Nottingham, DisplaySearch, Phase One, Shazam/Syfy, Polaroid, Prysm, Pixel Optics, IntertechPira, FAVI Entertainment, Renesas Electronics, MicroVision, Hanvon, Vidyo, Yahoo, Digitimes Research, Vivitek, 3M, Aptina, Intel, Sony, Elisa Corporation, Northwestern University, Runco, Matrox, IP PAS, Research Frontiers, Sony Ericsson, Salk Institute for Biological Studies/Stanford University/University of California/University of Glasgow, Fraunhofer, QD Vision, DALSA/Teledyne, Kopin/Forth Dimension Displays, Molex/Luxtera, DarbeeVision, KFA2, 89 North/Heliophor, and Toshiba

SIGGRAPH Asia 2010, December 15-18, 2010, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers papers from The University of British Columbia, Institute for Infocomm Research, The University of Electro-Communications, Kumamoto National College of Technology, Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd/Columbia University, and Digitok/IMPA

Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, November 22-24, 2010, Hong Kong, China; Phillip Hill covers papers from National University of Singapore, University of Münster, University of California San Diego (UCSD)/Louisiana State University (LSU)/University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), University of South Australia, and Ilmenau University of Technology

ACM Multimedia 2010 International Conference, October 25-29, 2010, Florence, Italy; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Arizona State University, Nokia Research Center, Dublin City University/Tyndall Research Institute, University of Ljubljana, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and National Taiwan University

SID Vehicles and Photons 2010, October 21-22, 2010, Dearborn, Michigan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Toshiba Corporate Research & Development Center, National Taiwan University of Science & Technology/ALViS Technologies Inc., and Pixtronix

IMID/IDMC/Asia Display, October 11-15, 2010, Seoul, South Korea; In this first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Merck KGaA, Dankook University, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) (x2), University of Florida, National Formosa University/National Tsing Hua University/National Chiao Tung University/Chung-Shan Institute of Science & Technology, LG Display R&D Center/Inpria Corporation, POSTECH, and US Army Natick Soldier RD&E Center/Beam Engineering for Advanced Measurements

SID Display Week 2010, May 25-28, 2010, Seattle, Washington; In this final report, Phillip Hill covers presentations from day four of the conference: Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Sony Corporation, Samsung Mobile Display, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/Himax Display Incorporated, Integrated Microdisplays Ltd/Himax Display Inc., National Tsing Hua University/National Chiao Tung University/Litz Technologies Co./Microsoft Corporation, Sharp Laboratories of America (x2), Sharp Corporation (x2), and National Tsing Hua University/Conserve & Associates, Inc.

High on Resolution: Old Fabs Never Die by David Barnes

Physical and Virtual by Fluppeteer

Flipboard: Your own magazine for news and social networking on the iPad by Bill Hill

Last Word: iPad and Retina display by Jin Kim

Issue 46

December 14, 2010

65 pages

Letter from the publisher: The Resolvers…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: NEC, Which?, Technical University of Delft, Hasselblad, Sekonic, Ken Perlin, Adam Borowski, Matthew Welch, Pacific Media Associates, Nikon, MicroVision/Pioneer, Syndiant, Syndiant/AIPTEK, Microvision/Motorola, Sharp, 3M, Rambus, Sony Computer Entertainment, Dell, IBM, Centre for Quantum Photonics, MIT, University of Bonn, QD Vision/LG Display, TDK, Vidyo/KDDI, Acer, Kodak, DoCoMo/Sharp, LG Display, Panasonic, Samsung, Chassis Plans, Next Computing, Apple, Barco, Sony, Eizo Nanao, LG Innotek, Luxtera, CEA, iSuppli, Aptina, NineSigma, DisplaySearch, Displaybank, Parks Associates, Nielsen, Topology Research Institute, IDC, DigiTimes Research, and NETGEAR/Zixi 

IFA DisplaySearch Business Conference, September 3, 2010, Berlin, Germany; Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch, Sharp Microelectronics Europe, and OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH

SID Display Week, May 25-28, 2010, Seattle, Washington; In this report, Phillip Hill covers presentations from day four of the conference: Nippon Leiz Corporation, Sharp Corporation (x2), Pohang University of Science and Technology/LG Display, Sharp Laboratories of America/Bangor University, The University of Hong Kong, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), National Chiao Tung University, I-sft GmbH/Dankook University, Himax Display Incorporated, National Tsing Hua University/Industrial Technology Research Institute, Fraunhofer-Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO)/University of Basel, National Chiao Tung University/Industrial Technology Research Institute, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device Inc., and The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Choosing the next great tech product boom…or bust by Andy Marken

Smart phone “Super” LCD-OLED display shoot-out by Raymond Soneira

Console or consolation? by Fluppeteer

Color Survey Results by Randall Munroe

iPad eMagazines: HTML 5 takes us a step forward...by Bill Hill

Last Word: iPad 2.0 Gets Retina Display? by Jin Kim

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 45

November 10, 2010

64 pages

Letter from the publisher: Bertha… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Ortus Technology, Intel, Hitachi Displays/Pixtronix, Dolby, GEO Semiconductor, Retina Implant, ReVision Optics, Mechdyne, VSee, Inlet Technologies, University of Michigan, Sumitomo Electric, Conexant/Grain Media, Gefen, Sarnoff Corporation, Jupiter Systems, Canon, Samsung, WitsView, IDC, IMS Research, DisplaySearch, Nielsen, Christie, NEC Display Solutions, TI, Light Blue Optics, 3LCD, InFocus, Maplesoft, Vu TelePresence, Arecont Vision, LifeSize, Pioneer, Acme Packet/Glowpoint, Wildfire, Stanford University, AMD, Aptina, ViewSonic, Qualcomm, Christie, Barco, MRV Communications, OKI Data Americas, Strathclyde University, Microvision, Syndiant, Micron, and Aiptek

TV Ecosystem Conference, August 18, 2010, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers this DisplaySearch conference with presentations from Philips Lumileds Lighting, and In-Stat

Display Signage Conference, August 17, 2010, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers this DisplaySearch conference with a presentation from Samsung Electronics

SIGGRAPH, July 25-29, 2010, Los Angeles, California; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers papers from Nvidia Research/Weta Digital, MPI Informatik, TU-Darmstadt, LucasArts, Kanazawa University, Sharp Corporation, MIT Media Lab/Delft University of Technology/Keio University/JST ERATO, The University of Tokyo/Keio University, Weta Digital, HP Labs, Columbia University, and University of British Columbia/ETH Zurich

Korea Display Conference, July 8-9, 2010, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers presentations from LG Display, Samsung Cheil Industries, and LG Chem

EuroITV 2010 Conference on Interactive TV and Video, June 9-11, 2010, Tampere, Finland; Phillip Hill covers papers from Institute for Infocomm Research, and MIT Media Lab

The Future of Lighting and Backlighting Conference, May 26, 2010, Seattle, Washington; In this second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers this IMS/SID organized event with presentations from Rambus Inc., OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, Cree, and Philips

Apple + Light Peak = Early 2011, by Jin Kim

Keep taking the tablets…by Fluppeteer

Business must constantly look to, plan for tomorrow by Andy Marken

Understanding Resolution by Michael Reichmann

Apple “Retina Display” in iPhone 4: A vision science perspective by William H.A. Beaudot

Last Word: 960 Hertz and fermented bean paste, by Ken Werner

Issue 44

October 27, 2010

66 pages

Letter from the publisher: High stakes resolution: End Polio Now… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Displaybank' Seiko Epson' Optrex' Leaf' Sigma' PENTAX' DarbeeVision/SHOWperfect, Citrix, Cisco, University of Michigan, Microvision, Nielsen, Hitachi, QuickPlay Media, Axis, FilmOn.com, BBC/NHK, iSuppli, DarbeeVision, Bose, LaCie, Ambrado, Digital Projection, projectiondesign, Ambarella, Luminus Devices, Aptina, AUO, Sony, and Sharp

Displaybank US Conference, September 15, 2010, Santa Clara, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Samsung and mSilica

IMI Ink Jet Technological Showcase, September 8-9, 2010, Baltimore, Maryland; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Alio Industries, Amica Software Inc., Dimatix Fujifilm, and Xaar Americas Inc.

Emerging Display Technologies Conference, August 19, 2010, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch, Corning Incorporated, Microvision, and Nanosys

Projection Summit, June 7-8, 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Prysm Inc., 3M Company, HK Applied Science and Technology Research Institute, Jabil/Sypro Optics GmbH, Syndiant Inc., Wavien Inc., Casio America Inc., and Luminus Devices Inc.

Graphics Interface Conference, May 31–June 2, 2010, Ottawa, Ontario; Phillip Hill covers papers from Cornell University/University of Saskatchewan, TU Braunschweig/Télécom ParisTech/MPI Informatik, and INRIA Sophia-Antipolis/KAIST/Université de Lyon

SID Display Week 2010, May 25-28, 2010, Seattle, Washington; In this third report of four, Phillip Hill covers presentations from day two and three of the conference: Industrial Technology Research Institute, SAIT, LG Display (x2), Mitsubishi Electric Corporation/Tohoku Pioneer Corporation, LG Electronics, Universal Display Corporation/Silicon Display Technology/Kyung Hee University/Samsung Mobile Display, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS)/Ledon OLED Lighting GmbH, Sharp Display Engineering Laboratories/Sharp Mobile Liquid Crystal Display Group, Samsung Mobile Display, Novaled AG, Philips Technologie GmbH, Universal Display Corporation, Jiangsu Flat Panel Display Technology Research Institute, Pixtronix Inc, KAIST/Soongsil University, Christie Digital Systems, University of Washington, Sanyo Electric, Chilin Technology, and Panasonic Electric Works

IDW ’09, December 9-11, 2009, Miyazaki, Japan; In this fifth and final report, Phillip Hill covers this conference organized by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with presentations from the sessions on LC science and technology, MEMS for future displays, OLED displays, plasma display panels, and applied vision and human factors. Presentations from NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories, QD Vision, SAIT Samsung Electronics, Shizuoka University, Alces Technology, Panasonic Electric Works/Chiba Co./Tazmo Co., The University of Electro-Communications/NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories, Panasonic Corporation/Advanced PDP Development Center Corporation (APDC), LG Display, ASTRI/University of Nottingham, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Sharp Corporation, NTUST University, and Sharp Laboratories of America

Online videos … the move to entertain, educate, sell by Andy Marken

The cornerstones of visual computing from a gamer’s perspective by Ted Pollak

High on Resolution: Can Display Designers Serve Two Masters? by David Barnes

Last Word: Historical roots of 20/20 as a (wrong) standard value of normal visual acuity by Antonio Augusto Velasco e Cruz

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 42+43

Double Issue

August 22, 2010

116 pages

Letter from the publisher: “Seen one, you’ve seen them all”… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Microsoft, NASA/Microsoft, European Southern Observatory/RTI, IKAROS, CGGVeritas, Large Binocular Telescope, Eizo, Apple, Sony, LG Display, HP, Planar, Luminus Devices, Liquavista, Prysm, NEC Display Solutions, Samsung, Mersive/HP, Display Photonic Systems/GEO Semiconductor, Syndiant/Foryou Multimedia/ASTRI Labs, Vivitek, Sanyo, Young Optics, Custom Display Solutions, Christie, Acuity/Renaissance Lighting, Marseille Networks, Displaybank, Quixel Research, Deutsche Bank, DisplaySearch, Scalable Display Technologies, Polycom, Intel, Intel/Matrox, Silicon Photonics, Luxtera, Sony/Tohoku University, Purdue, VisionCare, Rice University, Texas Tech/University of Utah, Powercolor, Aperio, Gomez, Lomography, S&T, Gigapan, 360world, Jupiter Systems, StarHub, IMAX/Laser Light Engines, Nielsen, NHK, Tessera, TAOS/QuickLogic, Ubuntu, BrightSign, DuPont Display Enhancements, Microsoft Research, DarbeeVision, Intelligen, Cypress Semiconductor, Amtran/Everlight/LG Display, AMD, Philips Lumileds, Trans-Lux, Alluma Tech, Toshiba Research/Cavendish Laboratory, Universal Display, University of Strathclyde, FAVI Entertainment, Vgo Communications, Vidyo, and Canon

Projection Summit, June 7-8, 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada; In the first of four reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Laser Light Engines, Kaai Inc., Osram GmbH, EpiCrystals Inc., and Necsel

Conference on Advanced Human Interfaces, May 26-28, 2010, Rome, Italy; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Konstanz/Telefonica o2 Business Intelligence Center, University of Bari, and The University of Tokyo

TV 3.0 – The Future of TVs, May 26-27, 2010, Seattle, Washington; Phillip Hill covers this IMS/SID event with presentations from Applied Materials, Vizio, OLED Association, and IMS Research

The Future of Lighting and Backlighting Conference, May 26, 2010, Seattle, Washington; In this first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers this IM/SID organized event with presentations from Philips Lumileds, Veeco, and QD Vision

SID Display Week 2010, May 25-28, 2010, Seattle, Washington; In this second report, Phillip Hill covers more presentations from day one of the conference: University of Central Florida, Kent State University, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device, LG Display (x2), Samsung Mobile Display (x2), National Chiao Tung University, Sharp Laboratories of America/CSEM, Philips Research Laboratories, Samsung Electronics/Nouvoyance Inc., and Genoa Color Technologies

SID DisplaySearch Business Conference, May 24, 2010, Seattle, Washington; Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch (x3), and Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America

FINETECH JAPAN, April 14-16, 2010, Tokyo, Japan; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Displaybank, Samsung Electronics, LG Display, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, and Merck KGaA

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 10-15, 2010, Atlanta, Georgia; In the second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from National Taiwan University, University of Michigan, Disney Research, DFKI/University of Kaiserslautern, Carnegie Mellon University, Cornell University/University of Saskatchewan, Swansea University, and University of British Columbia/Osaka University

Image Sensors Europe, March 23-25, 2010, London, England; In the second of two reports on this Intertech/PIRA conference, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Tampere University of Technology, Chipworks, DxO Labs, CSEM, and Tessera

Eye Tracking Research and Applications, March 22-24, 2010, Austin, Texas; Phillip Hill covers papers from York University (x2), NASA Ames Research Center/Stanford University, University of Sao Paulo, and Università di Pavia

Electronic Displays 2010 Conference, March 3-4, 2010, Nuremberg, Germany; In this second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg/Fraunhofer IAO, Xylon, Sharp Microelectronics Europe, National Semiconductor, and Microchip Technology Inc.

IDW ’09, December 9-11, 2009, Miyazaki, Japan; In this fourth report, Phillip Hill covers this conference organized by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with presentations from the sessions on flexible displays, and projectors & large-area displays & their components. Presentations from Industrial Technology Research Institute, Sharp Laboratories of America, Panasonic, Sanyo Electric, Texas Instruments, 3M Projection Systems/3M-Sumimoto, Wavien, Inc., The Nippon Signal Co. Ltd., Tohoku University, and HP Labs

She’s young, she’s practiced, she’s good, she’s not alone by Andy Marken

Backlight: 10 years ago in the display industry… by Mark Fihn

Retinal rants… by Fluppeteer

High resolution field sequential color display by Peter Shin

High on Resolution: Monkey Minds by David Barnes

Last Word: Liquid Metal iPhone by Jin Kim

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 40+41

Double Issue

June 3, 2010

110 pages

Letter from the publisher: UHD, tourism, terabytes, Dubai, and oil… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: SID, Apple, Mitsumi Electric, Sony, BenQ, Pixel Qi, AUO, Fujitsu, HP, Sharp, Canon, Quixel Research, Kopin, eMagin, Kaai, In-Stat, . Microvision, AMD, Mindspeed, Elgato, DisplaySearch, Epson/E Ink, Semtech, Mirics, Aptina, OmniVision, DarbeeVision, DALSA, PerkinElmer, Altera/Apical, Fraunhofer, University of Florida, Caltech, Boston University, Northeastern University, AIST, NIST, Purdue University, University of Geneva, Jupiter Systems, Salient Systems, Sanyo, Conexant, MotionDSP, StarDot, LifeSize, Garmin-Asus, Planar, Ken Murphy, Informa, Bionic Vision Australia, Luminus Devices, Thinklogical, Samsung Electronics, Sarnoff, InVisage Technologies, Spacelabs Healthcare, YouTube, Atelier Feichang Jianzhu, Cree, and C-nario/Disk-In Pro

SID Display Week 2010, May 25-28, 2010, Seattle, Washington; Phillip Hill covers presentations from day one of the conference. Papers from Vrije Universiteit Brussel/Ghent University, 3M Mobile Interactive Solutions Division, National Taiwan University, EPFL, Harvard Medical School, Sharp Laboratories of America, Korea University, University of Central Florida, and National Chiao Tung University

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 10-15, 2010, Atlanta, Georgia; In the first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University Paris-Sud, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, University of Toronto, National University of Ireland, University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University, Aarhus University, and MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab

Image Sensors Europe, March 23-25, 2010, London, England; In the first of two reports on this Intertech/PIRA conference, Phillip Hill covers presentations from TowerJazz, Tessera, Lund University, CMOSIS, DALSA Professional Imaging, and STMicroelectronics

Electronic Displays 2010 Conference, March 3-4, 2010, Nuremberg, Germany; In this first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Conrac GmbH, VIA optronics GmbH, Bartels Mikrotechnik GmbH/Pforzheim University/adt Deutschland GmbH, Crank Software, Anders Electronics, Mentor Graphics, and Hochshule Heinbronn

IDW ’09, December 9-11, 2009, Miyazaki, Japan; In this third report, Phillip Hill covers this conference organized by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with presentations from the 3D, electronic paper, and input technologies sessions. Presentations from Toshiba, AU Optronic Corporation, Tohoku University, Sharp Laboratories of America, Display Technology Center (DTC)/Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories/Kochi University of Technology, and Fujifilm Corporation

Eurodisplay 2009/IDRC, September 14-17, 2009, Rome, Italy; In the third of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Seoul National University, Shizuoka University, Philips Research Laboratories, QD Vision, Inc., University of Málaga, Chalmers University of Technology, National Chiao Tung University/Chalmers University of Technology, Toshiba Corp., and Inha University

Your hardware selection depends on “their” ecosystems by Andy Marken

Eyefinity to the sixth degree: The newest Radeon takes multi-monitor gaming to the extreme by Scott Wasson 

Rest in Peace Plasma…Not so Fast by Norman Hairston

Backlight: 10 years ago in the display industry… by Mark Fihn

The High-Resolution Storyteller… by Fluppeteer

iPhone HD: 960x640 Confirmed? by Jin Kim

Last Word: HDTV ruined the LCD display market: Or, I want my pixels and DPI now! by Pete Brown

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 38+39

Double Issue

March 31, 2010

100 pages

Letter from the publisher: Resolving the Mona Lisa… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Robert Buelteman, Rocks Aroma Festival, 2009 Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Sharp, Pixel Qi, Noopia, Prysm, Micro Precision, AUO, Rambus, Adobe, GigaPan, Paris 26 Gigapixels, Cree, MIT, Gefen, Newport Digital Technologies, Barco/Digital Stage Chicago, Planar, Cyberlux, BrightSign, NASA, ESA, Teledyne, ORNL, Picsel/Samsung, Sony, 3M, Microvision, Motorola, Recon Instruments/Zeal Optics, Canon, PENTAX, Mamiya, Altera/Apical, Arecont Vision, NEC Electronics, Dell, JVC, Samsung, Nokia/Novarra, Aptina, Mitsubishi Electric, Luxtera/Siemon Avago Technologies/IBM, City of Paris Industrial Physics and Chemistry Higher Educational Institution, Fraunhofer Institute, Quartics, Displaybank, DisplaySearch, Monster Media, Avago Technologies, Mitsubishi Electric, AMD, Honda, Oxford University, Aston University, Christie, Barco, Mitsubishi, Samsung/Tessera, Runco, Move Networks, Zoran, BioImagene, and University of Toronto

DisplaySearch US FPD Conference, March 2-3, 2010, San Diego, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch, and Samsung Mobile Display

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 16-19, 2009, Yokohama, Japan; Phillip Hill covers posters from Institute for Infocomm Research, and University of Warwick/Spheron VR/CASToRC Cyprus Institute

IDW ’09, December 9-11, 2009, Miyazaki, Japan; In this second report, Phillip Hill covers this conference organized by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with presentations from the active matrix display and display electronics systems sessions. Presentations from Sharp Corporation (x3), Toshiba Corporation, NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories/Kinki University/DALSA Corporation, Sony Corporation, National Chiao Tung University, Totoku Electric Company/Kanazawa University, and Silicon Works Co. Ltd./LG Display

Eurodisplay 2009/IDRC, September 14-17, 2009, Rome, Italy; In the second of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from National Taiwan University/National Dong Hwa University, Barco Technology Center/Osram Opto Semiconductor/Oxxius, Tohoku University, Sanyo Electric, Tokyo University of Science/HDT Inc./Okaya Electric Industries Co./DIC Co., and Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics/Nanyang Technological University

How can it be? Magic Flowers by Alan Stubbs

Spiraling out of control…by Mark Fihn

Benefits of a High Fiber Diet: A prescription for improved data transport by Tom Rossi

TV isn’t a contact sport by Andy Marken

Darbee Visual Presence: technology for life-like images by Larry Pace

Boy, that picture isn’t so good… by Norman Hairston

High on Resolution: Time to Upgrade by David Barnes

Backlight: 10 years ago in the display industry… by Mark Fihn

Pocket scale… by Fluppeteer

iPhone HD by Jin Kim

Resolution and false color images on the Nexus One…by Luke Hutchison

PenTile OLED resolution by Candice H. Brown Elliott and Joel Pollack

Last Word: Confusion over "screen resolution" causes headaches for users by Bill Hill

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 36+37

Double Issue

January 30, 2010

104 pages

Letter from the publisher: “Good enough” – usually isn’t… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Crayola, Sharp, Datacolor/Portrait Displays, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Panasonic, VIZIO, Microvision, 3M, Syndiant/Foryou Multimedia, Syndiant/SSTDC, Light Blue Optics, Texas Instruments, Optoma, HP, Planar, Luminus Devices, Panasonic/Sony, Projectiondesign, Christie, NEC Electronics, UC Berkeley, Intertech/PIRA, Epson, HELIOS, Garmin, NIST, Jigazo, Stanford, IMS Research, In-Stat, CIPA, CEA, Gartner, Displaybank, DisplaySearch, Digital Entertainment Group, ORC, Barco/FIMI Philips, ON Semiconductor/California Micro Devices, Aptina/eASIC, Nanosys/LG Innotek, Google, Avago Technologies, Prysm, TOOB, AMD/Samsung, Matrox, Marseille Networks, Cyvis/Tandberg, Novel Quest, Holger Schulze, ViewPLUS, Cornell, NPL, Ghent University, LaCie, Cypress Semiconductor, Kaai, Hitachi Cable, Quartics/Acer, Mercedes-Benz, University of Adelaide, Mitsubishi Electric, Sojitz/Mitsubishi, Daktronics, NXP, Sharp, Skiff/Sprint, Onkyo, Kohjinsha, and Philips Research

SIGGRAPH Asia, December 16-19, 2009, Yokohama, Japan; Phillip Hill covers papers from Adobe Systems/MPI Informatik/Columbia University/University of Virginia/Ulm University/Dartmouth College/Princeton University, MPI Informatik, Grenoble University/MIT CSAIL/Adobe Systems, Carnegie Mellon University, Columbia University/University of California at Berkeley, POSTECH, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/Adobe Systems, and Grenoble University/MIT CSAIL

IDW ’09, December 9-11, 2009, Miyazaki, Japan; In this first report, Phillip Hill covers this conference organized by The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers, and The Society for Information Display, with presentations from the active matrix display session from Sharp Corporation, TPO Displays, Semiconductor Energy Laboratory/Advanced Film Device, Chunghwa Picture Tubes, and Hydis

Printed Electronics USA, December 1-4, 2009, San Jose, California; The 50-or-so presentations from this IDTechEx-organized conference will be covered in our sister newsletter Flexible Substrate in February, but Phillip Hill selects one here from Princeton University in the US because of its amazingly high resolution. Plus one that can’t be pigeon-holed from the University of St Andrews in Scotland

Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, November 18-20, Kyoto, Japan; Phillip Hill covers papers from the 16th ACM symposium on VRST: Avatar Reality/Samsung, Mines-ParisTech/Immersion S.A., and Paris Est University

Symposium on Vehicle Displays, October 15-16, 2009, Dearborn, Michigan; Phillip Hill covers a presentation from Light Blue Optics. More related coverage of this event can be found in our sister newsletters: 3rd Dimension, December; Flexible Substrate, December; and Touch Panel, November 2009

UIST, October 4–7, 2009, Victoria, British Columbia; Phillip Hill covers papers from MIT (x2), University of Rochester/University of Washington/IBM Almaden Research Center, Microsoft Research, and University of Washington

ACM Multimedia, October 19-24, 2009, Beijing, China; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of California at Santa Barbara, Concordia University, National Taiwan University/Taipei National University of the Art, University of Science and Technology of China/Microsoft Research Asia, Norwegian University of Science and Technology/Nokia Research Center/Tampere University of Technology, and National Taiwan University

Eurodisplay 2009/IDRC, September 14-17, 2009, Rome, Italy; In the first of three reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Karlsruhe, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Cuspate LLC/Compound Photonics Ltd, Nano Loa USA Inc, Kent State University/University of Colorado at Colorado Springs/Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University, and Kanazawa Institute of Technology

Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies, July 13-15, 2009, Thessaloniki, Greece; In his report on this 6th international conference, Phillip Hill summarizes papers from Ravishankar Shukla University, Aixtron, University of Maryland/Aegean University/National Technical University of Athens, University of Edinburgh, Ravishankar Shukla University/University of Cambridge, Faculté des Sciences de Monastir/Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki/University of Southampton, Institute of Materials Science Athens/University of Patras, and the Chemical Process Engineering Research Institute Thessaloniki

SID Display Week Symposium, June 2-5, 2009, San Antonio, Texas; In this fourth report of four, Phillip Hill covers papers from the fourth day and the best of the poster sessions from Nokia Research Center/Liquavista BV/Nanocomp Ltd., Sharp, Eastman Kodak/Semprius, Hanyang University/Yeungnam University, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering/Fraunhofer Institute for Photonics Microsystems, University of California at Irvine, and Wintek Corporation

How can it be? 3D Illusion by Alan Stubbs

High-Performance Optical Video Delivery by Tom Rossi

How much more connected can you afford to be? by Andy Marken

One Size Fits All? by Norman Hairston

The Big Picture by Fluppeteer

High on Resolution: No New Year’s Resolution for LCD TV by David Barnes

Backlight: 10 years ago in the display industry… by Mark Fihn

Last Word: Hayashiguchi-san – a colleague and friend by Alan Jones

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 34+35

Double Issue

November 13, 2009

104 pages

Letter from the publisher: Beyond 100 ppi… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Wellcome, Nikon, National Geographic, Microsoft, Gigapan, xRez, Lumenova/Jenoptik, Panoramas, Spheron, RPR1 Rhineland-Palatinate, Martin Professional, MYI Audio/Video Design, Luminus Devices, Daktronics, Innolux/TPO, Samsung, Tel Aviv Tunnel, NASA, Lumenera, Mitsubishi, Screen Technology/Litemax, eyevis, Christie, Mechdyne, Jupiter Systems, OIDA, Harmonic, ATEME, In-Stat, DisplaySearch, NPD, Vu1 Corporation, Displaybank, Luxtera, Ensphere Solutions, Southampton University, Westinghouse, Warner Home Video, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory/European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, BFG Technologies, AU Optronics, Intel, Aptina, JVC, Mamiya, PENTAX Imaging Company, Leica, Sony, Bushnell, Hammacher Schlemmer, Pelco/Cisco, Canon, Silicon Image, Arecont Vision, ITT, Point Grey/Fresco Logic, 3M, Fairchild Semiconductor, Marvell, Bell Labs, HP, LifeSize, Cisco/Tandberg, Walt Disney Co., Toshiba, Glowpoint, MIT, Xceed Imaging, University of Missouri, Yissum Research Development Company, Carl Zeiss, Nobel Prize in Physics, Kharkov Institute, St. Andrews University, IS&S, AMD, Kohjinsha, 10ZiG, EIZO, Microvision, Panasonic, Syndiant, and Kopin 

Emerging Display Technologies Conference, September 3, 2009, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations made at this DisplaySearch conference from eMagin, Micron Technology, DisplaySearch, Pixtronix, Syndiant, and 3M Projection Systems

DisplaySearch Digital Signage Conference, September 1, 2009, San Jose, California; In this second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers presentations from GDS Displays, LG Business Solutions, Samsung Information Technology, and Almo Professional A/V 

TV Ecosystem Conference, September 2, 2009, San Jose, California; This DisplaySearch-organized conference is covered by Phillip Hill with presentations from Vizio, DisplaySearch, and Cree

SIGGRAPH, August 3-7, 2009, New Orleans, Louisiana; In this second report of two, Phillip Hill covers presentations from University of Tokyo/Keio University, National Chiao Tung University/Industrial Technology Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Nokia Research Center, Nvidia Corporation, Side Effects Software Inc., Bauhaus-University/University of British Columbia, and INRIA/Grenoble University/Nvidia Corporation/Saarland University

SID Display Week Symposium, June 2-5, 2009, San Antonio, Texas; In this third report of four, Phillip Hill covers day three with papers from Kyushu University/Chisso Petrochemical Co. Ltd./NOF Corporation, University of Cambridge, Kent State University, Princeton University, Asahi Glass Co., Ltd., National Chiao Tung University/AU Optronics Corporation, Nano Loa, Inc., Pusan National University, Design LED Products Ltd./ITI Techmedia, Hitachi, Samsung Electronics, Saarland University/EPFL, National Chiao Tung University/AU Optronics Corporation, AU Optronics Technology Center, Samsung Mobile Display/Samsung Electronics, Samsung Mobile Display, NXP Semiconductors/Philips Research Laboratories, and Marvell Semiconductor Inc./Marvell India

Report on SID Display Week by Robert Simpson

FINETECH JAPAN, April 15-17, 2009, Tokyo, Japan; In this second report, Phillip Hill covers presentations from LG Display, The University of Tokyo, Lighting Planners Associates Inc., Light & View Design, Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., Meijo University, Philips Lumileds Lighting, Cree, Inc., Epistar Corp., Universal Display Corporation, and Osram Opto Semiconductors Asia Ltd.

Electronic Displays Conference, March 4-5, 2009, Nuremberg, Germany; In this second report of two, Phillip Hill covers presentations from this conference organized by Design & Electronik in Germany: Global Lighting Technologies/ABLE Design GmbH, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, and two from Pforzheim University

Interview with Ian Turner from Juice Technology

World’s first 4K laparoscopy performed by Steven F. Palter

There are things more important than size…Just ask flash by Andy Marken

High on Resolution: There’s No “Right” Display for eBooks by David Barnes

Unaccounted and Digital Signage by Norman Hairston

Last Word: eBooks will make more headway on reading than the “Vanilla Web”... by Bill Hill

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 32+33

Double Issue

September 12, 2009

104 pages

Letter from the publisher: Spectacles… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Big Ben, Eiffel Tower, Smart Light Sydney, Barco, MIT, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Oclaro, AMD, EVGA, JCM Global, NEC, gScreen, Harmonic, Freescale, Genoa Color Technologies, NCAR, Lumens, IBM, MotionDSP, Panasonic, Stanford, Canon, KODAK, Samsung, Prior Scientific, Fergason Patent Properties/Funai Electric, Bang & Olufsen, Envivio, SENSIO Technologies, OpenTV, Samsung/NXP, Picsel Technologies, Syndiant, Chyron, California Micro Devices, Philips, Medion, Creative Light, Lightswitch/Prelite, Future Lighting Solutions, Epson, OSRAM, Activu, JKL Components, DT Research, Altitude, Philips Lumileds, DigitalGlobe, Michel de Broin, Sony, Max Planck Institute, Swinburne University of Technology, Sharp, Toshiba, iSuppli, Nielsen, Strategies Unlimited, TFC Info, ABI Research, Displaybank, and DisplaySearch

DisplaySearch Digital Signage Conference, September 1, 2009, San Jose, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch, Scala, Delphi Display Systems, and NEC

Displaybank US Conference, August 20, 2009, Santa Clara, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from 3M Optical Systems Division, Broadcom, LG Display, NEC Displays, and Sierra Ventures

SIGGRAPH, August 3-7, 2009, New Orleans, Louisiana; In this report, Phillip Hill covers presentations from INRIA Bordeaux University, University College London, Industrial Light + Magic, Hebrew University/Tel Aviv University/Princeton University, Beihang University/Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/Microsoft Research Asia, University of Science and Technology of China/Microsoft Research Asia/Microsoft Corporation, and University of Minnesota/Adobe Systems

Korea Display Conference, June 25-26, 2009, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Displaybank, Advanced Data Research, Seoul Semiconductor, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, and Magnachip Semiconductor Inc.

Projection Summit, June 15-16, 2009, Orlando, Florida; In this second of two reports, Phillip Hill covers the day two presentations from rAVe, Futuresource Consulting, Epson America, Insight Media, Syndiant, Pacific Media Associates, Micron Technology, Barco, and Laser Display Technology

SID Display Week Symposium, June 2-5, 2009, San Antonio, Texas; In this second report, Phillip Hill covers day two of the symposium with papers from Sony Corporation/Sony Disc and Digital Solutions Inc., Industrial Technology Research Institute, InnoLux Display Corporation, University of Central Florida/Chi-Mei Optoelectronics Corp., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Chunghwa Picture Tubes, Samsung Electronics, Pforzheim University/Bartels Mikrotechnik/Advanced Display Technology, North Carolina State University, University of Washington, and Pixtronix 

DisplaySearch China FPD & HDTV Conference, May 21-22, 2009, Shenzhen, China; In this second report, Phillip Hill covers a number of presentations from DisplaySearch, and one from Samsung Electronics

FINETECH JAPAN, April 15-17, 2009, Tokyo, Japan; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Osaka University, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., Shinoda Plasma Co., Ltd., Digital Signage Consortium, Sharp Corp., Silex Technology, Inc., Philips Lumileds Lighting, and AKT

Electronic Displays Conference, March 4-5, 2009, Nuremberg, Germany; In this first report of two, Phillip Hill covers presentations from this conference organized by Design&Electronik in Germany: Meko, National Semiconductor, Epson Europe Electronics, AUO, BMW, and Sharp Microelectronics Europe

The Cathode Ray Tube… by Clive (Max) Maxfield

LCD Trickle-down Theory by Jin Kim

High on Resolution: Mobile Phone Resolutions Rise as Prices Fall by David Barnes

Last Word: Going native by Fluppeteer

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 31

June 30, 2009

72 pages

Letter from the publisher: Mobile tagging… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: ELSA Japan/LucidLogix/Teradici, University of Toronto, NHK, Max-Planck-Institute, University of Washington, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Stanford University, Sandia National Labs, University of California Berkeley/University of Massachusetts Amherst, Epson, Kopin, Enig Associates, Sekisui Chemical, TPO, UCLA, MvixUSA, OEC, Luminus Devices, OSRAM, Daktronics, Evans & Sutherland, Displaybank, DisplaySearch, In-Stat, Kodak, Swinburne University of Technology, Sharp, Luxtera/Freescale, University of California Riverside, University of Rochester, University of Alberta, Lawrence Livermore Labs, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pixel Qi, NASA, Micron Technology, Samsung, American Airlines, Diamond Vision, Kingston Technology, NEC, ERG, and LG Display

Projection Summit 2009, June 15-16, Orlando, Florida  In this first of two reports, Phillip Hill covers the day one presentations from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, EpiCrystals, Luminus Devices, Evans & Sutherland, 3M Projection Systems, Scalable Display Technologies, Sony Electronics, GEO Semiconductors, and Insight Media

SID Display Week Symposium 2009, June 2-5, San Antonio, Texas

  + Pictorial summary of high performance displays at SID – photos by Jurgen Daniel

  + SID Display of the Year Award – Special Recognition – Beijing Olympics

  + Summaries of conference proceedings by Phillip Hill  -- LG Display, Noritake/Fuji Electric Systems/Nagoya University, NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories, Sanyo Electric, Tohoku University, IMEC, Sony Corporation, Wavien, 3M Projection Systems/Opcon Associates, National Chiao Tung University, NEC, Spectralus, and Panasonic

  + Summary of proceedings at Display Week Symposium by Phillip Hill -- Nouvoyance, TI, and DisplaySearch

DisplaySearch China FPD & HDTV Conference, May 21-22, Shenzhen, China Phillip Hill covers presentations from Panasonic Plasma Display Shanghai, TCL, DisplaySearch, and Pixelworks

Image Sensors Europe 2009, March 24-26, 2009, London, England  In this second report, Phillip Hill covers presentations from this IntertechPira conference by OmniVision, Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM), University of Oxford, Strategy Analytics, and Cypress Semiconductor Corporation

How can this be? Illusory Contours and Photography by Alan Stubbs

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

Last Word: How hard can two numbers be? by Fluppeteer

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 30

May 19, 2009

68 pages

Letter from the publisher: Backwards thinking… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Village Tronic, Cisco, Microsoft Research, ArsTechnica, Planar Systems, Enfis/Gekko, Sarnoff/Lightscape Materials, Sony/Field Emission Technologies, VIA optronics/White Electronic Designs, Image Holdings Corporation/InFocus, AMD, Apple, vReveal, Pixavi, USTC/Microsoft/University of Konstanz, QuickLogic, Kodak/Scalado, Red, ArcSoft, Displaybank, DisplaySearch, Endicott Research Group, NASA, Corning, Kepler, ATR Computational Neuroscience Lab, Stanford University, University of Illinois, Argonne National Labs, University of Rochester, AIST, GE, Princeton University, Philips Lumileds, University of California, Rensselaer Polytechnic, Cypress Semiconductor, OSRAM, OSRAM/Everlight, Hitachi, realities:united, Yves Behar/Samsung, austriamicrosystems, California Micro Devices, Avago, Moving Color Tiles, Axis/Kowa, Mechdyne, JIL/Mechdyne, JVC, MPEG, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu/Cypress, BTimaging, Silicon Constellations, ViewSonic, Kopin, NDS Surgical Imaging, NEC, Sony, Eizo Nanao, TPO, Asus, and Sanyo

SID announces 2009 Display of the Year Award winners

CHI 2009 Conference, April 4-9, Boston, Massachusetts; Phillip Hill covers papers from University of Toronto, Northwestern University, Columbia University, and MIT Media Lab

Image Sensors Europe 2009, March 24-26, 2009, London, England; Phillip Hill covers presentations from this Intertech/PIRA conference by Aptina Imaging, Tessera, Kodak, CMOSIS, DALSA Professional Imaging, ST Microelectronics, and Sypro Optics

DisplaySearch US FPD Conference, March 2-4, 2009, La Jolla, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch, Microvision, and Corning

How can this be? More fascinating optical illusions

Verbatim celebrates 40 years of data storage innovation by Andy Marken

Interview with Randal Queen of Verbatim America

Why a government subsidy for DTV? by Rodolfo La Maestra

Portrait Displays brings more color to your life by Jon Peddie; Overcoming the limitations of monitors’ color gamut

Last Word: The Dark Side by Fluppeteer

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 28+29

Double Issue

February 28, 2009

 114 pages

Letter from the publisher: Aurora Borealis…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: E/T/C London, Focus Lighting, Apple, Microsoft, Pixtronix, IMEC, GUNNAR Optiks, Nvidia, CyberLink/S3 Graphics, Mercedes, QD Vision, Evident Technologies, RoboCup, SIM2 Multimedia/Dolby Laboratories, ABI Research, DisplaySearch, CEA, Displaybank, Insight Media, Oregan Networks, Lumens, Microvision, Light Blue Optics, 3M, Ambarella, Aptina, Samsung/Uni-Pixel, Screen Dreams, SageTV, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, Parks Associates, Samsung, Framestore, Glimmerglass, New Scale Technologies, University of Tokyo, St. Andrews University/Masaryk University, University of Washington, NDS Surgical Imaging, VAS Communications, IBM, VLT, NASA, Xenonics, Blackmagic Design, Intertech/PIRA, Future Lighting Solutions, Bridgelux, Luminus, ON Semiconductor, A2aMEDIA/HEAT Group, UIUC, ViBook, Cyviz, UMID, gScreen Computer, Lenovo, NEC Display Solutions, NEC Electronics, Mimo Monitors, LaCie, LG, Da-Lite Screen/Joe Kane Productions, VIZIO, Samsung, Cypress Semiconductor, Silicon Mountain, Toshiba, Toshiba/IBM, Honeywell, Sharp, Mitsubishi, Philips, and Yahoo!

CES Best Buzz Awards, January 8-12, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada

Plastic Electronics Conference and Showcase, October 28-29, 2008, Berlin, Germany; Although this key conference covered by Phillip Hill, and organized by the Plastic Electronics Foundation and Intertech/PIRA, was mainly about flexible displays and electronics, there were many presentations relevant to High Resolution: Siemens, Kodak, Rutgers University, Silecs Oy, UDC, QD Vision, and CDT

SID Mobile Displays Conference 2008, September 23-24, San Diego, California; Phillip Hill covers the high-resolution aspects of this conference with presentations from Uni-Pixel Displays, Global Lighting Technologies, 3M, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, Microvision, and EpiCrystals

Displaybank San Jose Conference, September 9, 2008, Santa Clara, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from LG Electronics, Samsung SDI, and NEC

Displaybank Korea Display Conference, July 2-4, 2008, Seoul, South Korea; Phillip Hill covers talks from Samsung Cheil Industries, Samsung SDI, Displaybank, Lite-On Technology Corporation, and SAIT

Insight Media Projection Summit 2008, June 16-17, Las Vegas, Nevada; In this third report of three, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Philips Lighting, Arasor Corporation, Barco Simulation, Scalable Display Technologies, Insight Media, and Pacific Media Associates

Society for Information Display 2008 Symposium, May 20-23, Los Angeles, California; Phillip Hill covers presentations from Tokyo Institute of Technology/National Taiwan University, Barco, Sharp Corporation/CIS Laboratories/Rochester Institute of Technology, Taiwan TFT LCD Association, University of Central Florida/Chi-Mei Optoelectronics, Seoul National University/Hanyang University, HYDIS, and UDC/University of Southern California

How can this be? by Alan Stubbs

Primary colors by Clive (Max) Maxfield

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

Content everywhere… in what form, what format? by Andy Marken

DTV transition: DTV tuner integration by Rodolfo La Maestra

Meridian’s beautiful 10-megapixel projector by Chris Chinnock

Samsung’s new “QWXGA” pixel format by Mark Fihn

Last Word: One size fits all? Too little ≠ too few… by Fluppeteer

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 26+27

Double Issue

December 8, 2008

 102 pages

Letter from the publisher: Lessons from the past – LCDs in 1994…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: xRez Studio, Shoothill, Max Lyons, Gigapixel Project, Chris Jordan, Sony, Jeffrey Klassen, Clear Channel Outdoor, UNStudio, 7thSense, E/T/C Paris, Daktronics, Komaden, Thorn Lighting, Harvard/Daktronics, DNP, JVC, EA Sports, Christie, IDT/Silicon Optix, Visual Acuity, Planar, Trey Ratcliff, Mechdyne, KAUST/CALIT2, e2v, Singapore Airlines, Equipe Electronics, Ortus, Samsung, CPT, VizBox, Sharp, Seetec/eyevis, GLIF, NXP, Open Air Cinema, Fraunhofer, Sky-Skan, Cassini, Barco, EIZO, TOTOKU, VisionCare, Kopin, Microsoft, YouTube, Silicon Image/Scalado, LG, Aptina, 3M, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics, Pure Digital Technologies, Samsung, Sigma Corporation/Foveon, QImaging, Digital Imaging Systems, SPHERON-VR, Pixtronix, NEC, Rockwell Collins, Caltech, FEI Company, Sangbo/LG Electronics, Schepens Eye Research Institute, DisplaySearch, Storage Visions Conference, WitsView, Leichtman Research, ElectroniCast, AUO, NTU, Cree, Displaybank, nVidia, Toshiba, Carl Zeiss, Microvision, Vutec, Vu1, Olympus, Apple, DarbeeVision, Sony/Muvico Entertainment

Meko/DisplaySearch Display Forum 2008, November 4-5, 2008, Düsseldorf, Germany: Phillip Hill covers this joint conference with presentations from DisplaySearch, Insight Media/DisplayMate Technologies, UniPixel, CBS Outdoor International, Sharp Electronics, and Philips 3D Solutions

DisplaySearch HDTV Conference, September 15-17, 2008, Los Angeles, California: Phillip Hill covers presentations from the LCD TV Association, Sharp Electronics Corporation, DisplaySearch, NPD Group, and Dolby Laboratories

Insight Media Projection Summit 2008, June 16-17, 2008, Las Vegas, Nevada: In this second report of three, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Sony Electronics Inc., Acceleroptics, Meko, iSuppli, Wavren, and Ceravision

Society for Information Display 2008 Symposium, May 20-23, 2008, Los Angeles, California: In this fourth report of five, Phillip Hill covers offerings from Fuji Xerox, Toshiba Matsushita Display Technology, Philips Research Europe, Samsung Electronics, and NEC LCD Technologies

SID Mid Europe Chapter Spring Meeting 2008, March 13-14, 2008, Jena, Germany: Phillip Hill covers this meeting held jointly with Fraunhofer IOF. Presentations from Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, Barco, TFCG Microsystems/IMEC/Vrije University, Optinvent, SyproOptics, Novaled, Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, MEMS Optical/JENOPTIK Polymer Systems, and Haldia Institute of Technology

How can this be? More interesting optical illusions…

The origin of the computer monitor thingy… Part 3 by Clive (Max) Maxfield

TV viewing without the TV set by Andy Marken

DTV transition: TVs vs. households by Rodolfo La Maestra

Darwin’s evolution applies to LCDs too by Arthur Berman

You can’t take it with you by Fluppeteer

Last Word: Bits from the Professor…by Alfred Poor

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 24+25

Double Issue

October 31, 2008

100 pages

Letter from the publisher: Baraka! by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: 17-gigapixels Project, Paris 20 Gigapixels, Panoram, Bradford Bohonus, HGH Infrared Systems, GeoEye, GreenPix, Minnesota Twins/Daktronics, Project Blinkenlights, Luminus Devices, Tameer Holding, OSRAM, Wachovia Center, DigitalGlobe/Microsoft, Olympus, Science Magazine, Devorah Sperber, Chris Jordan, Aaron Swartz, Population: One, FUJIFILM, Panasonic, Digital Imaging Systems, Advasense, JVC, e2v, Aptina Imaging, Motionbox, DALSA, Kodak, Leica, Canon, Casio, Sony, Sinar, Hasselblad, Celeno, QuVIS, Nikon, Digital Projection International, Microsoft Research, PIE United, Envivio, Analog Devices, Rubicon Technology, Evident Technologies, Runco, Samsung, NEC, Digital Tigers, Cyviz/Sony, Visbox, TANDBERG, LifeSize, Schaub Lorenz, eyevis, Philips Research, Jupiter Systems, LG Display, Barco, Fujitsu, C-nario, Electrosonic, KDDI, Motorola, Life|ware, Toshiba, AUO/Qisda, Solotech, Clear Channel Outdoor, UIUC, Lawrence Berkeley, Digital Foci, McMaster University, Northwestern University, MIT, Bauhaus University, Very Large Telescope Interferometer, Ball Aerospace, LSST, NASA, Magdalena Ridge Observatory, SiOnyx, University of California Berkeley, Microvision and Asia Optical, Casio, Microsoft, Opnext, Ocean Nanotech/Penn State University, NCTU, iSuppli, DisplaySearch, Technology Strategy Board, Penn State University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, University of Hong Kong, University of Cincinnati, Flexible Picture Systems, University of Central Florida, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology/Weizmann Institute of Science. Dyoptyka

DisplaySearch China FPD Conference, September 4-5, 2008, Shanghai, China, Mark Fihn summarizes presentations from DisplaySearch (x2), Corning, AUO, Sharp, and LG Display.

SIGGRAPH 2008, August 11-16, 2008, Los Angeles, California, Mark Fihn summarizes papers from the University of Tokyo/ Hitachi, Ltd., University of Electro-Communications, International Media Research Foundation, Bauhaus-University /Osaka University, University of North Carolina, Bournemouth University, Hasselt University, and University of Tokyo

Insight Media Projection Summit 2008, June 16-17, 2008, Las Vegas, Nevada, This first of two reports covers presentations from Luminus Devices, Sypro Optics, QPC, 3M, 3LCD, THX, Texas Instruments, and Amimon

Displaybank New York Conference, March 6, 2008, New York, New York, Mark Fihn covers presentations from Matsushita, Samsung SDI, Miraenanotech, and Samsung Electro-Mechanics

Society for Information Display 2008 Symposium, May 20-23, Los Angeles, California, In this third report, Phillip Hill covers offerings from Eastman Kodak, Sony Corporation/Rochester Institute of Technology, Stanford University/Microsoft Corporation, Dolby Canada, Sharp Labs of America/Arizona State University, Philips Research Laboratories, Air Force Research Laboratory/Link Simulation and Training/NASA Ames Research Center, Yamagata University, SAIT/Samsung SDI

Small pixels… by Fluppeteer

LED Lighting: Green and Every Other Color by Matt Brennesholtz

For those who doubt the growth of laptop LED BLUs by Duke Lee

Last Word: Bits from the Professor…by Alfred Poor

Display Industry Calendar

 

Issue 22+23

Double Issue

August 31, 2008

 100 pages

Letter from the publisher: Twain…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Cognifex, Fusion Optix, 2008 Summer Olympics, ADTI, Toshiba, Daktronics, Titan Outdoor, Mitsubishi, Harmonic, NEC, Raku, PLM, Luminus Devices/TI, OSRAM, Goldeneye, GLT, AUO, Samsung SDI, Microsharp, University of St. Andrews, University of Hong Kong, Pioneer/Field Emission Technologies, Darnell, DisplayBank, TFC info, DisplaySearch, CEA, Frost & Sullivan, FEI, Celestron, Tessera, Image Metrics/USC, X-Rite, Toshiba Teli, California Institute of Technology, Kodak, Sarnoff, Multidimensional Integrated Intelligent Imaging Project, Cypress/Tower Semiconductor, Intergraph, Hitachi, Sony, Matsushita, Casio, Panasonic, NHK, Cinnafilm, Meridian, BenQ, CMO, Barco, Sapphire, UCSD, AMD, NASA, GigaPan, Microsoft, Matrox Graphics, and University of Padua

Society for Information Display 2007 Symposium, May 20-23, Los Angeles, California: In this second report, Phillip Hill covers three offerings from Samsung Electronics, plus Pioneer, Matsushita, SAIT/Insideoptics, and Rochester Institute of Technology

CHI 2008, April 5-10, Florence, Italy: Phillip Hill covers the Computer Human Interface Conference. This report covers papers from DFKI/Mitre, Oracle/Naviscent, University of Illinois/Microsoft Research, University of Maryland/University of California, University of Tokyo, and University of Washington/Microsoft Research

Do sensors “out-resolve” lenses? by Rubén Osuna and Efraín García

Interview with Candice Brown Elliott from Nouvoyance

Interview with John Langevin from Luminus

How can this be? Anther fun optical illusion…

The origin of the computer monitor thingy… Part 2 by Clive (Max) Maxfield

DTV transition - can YOU help? by Rodolfo La Maestra

The Last Word: Observations about the digital transition… by Alfred Poor

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 20+21

Double Issue

July 9, 2008

 102 pages

Letter from the publisher: Images from Chaitén…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Samsung, Samsung/Thomas Kinkade, Sharp, NEC LCD Technologies, Dolby/SIM2, Washington Nationals, Mitsubishi, Daktronics, Clear Channel Outdoor, BrightRoll, Samsung/Outdoor Promotions, Barco/Niles Creative, TANDBERG/Microsoft, Nortel/TANDBERG, LifeSize, VideoMining, TANDBERG/Barco, RadiSys, Avago Technologies, Luminus Devices, Philips LumiLeds, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, Frost & Sullivan, Bridgelux, Nexxus Lighting, USHIO, Intematix, SDK, Displaybank, Light Blue Optics, Kopin, Iljin, Kyoto University, VDC Display Systems/Sony Micro Device, Epson, Microvision, Displaytech, Panasonic, Meridian, “Reach for Me”, WRAL TV/Harmonic, NASA, Cinnafilm, BERR, Dolby, JVC, Canon, NAOJ, Micron, Casio, Sony Ericsson, PENTAX, Green House, NEC, LG, NDS Surgical Imaging, Toshiba/Olympus, Surrey/Salford Universities, Cypress, HP, Bang & Olufsen, AMD, DisplaySearch, SID, DisplayBank, O2Micro, Insight Media, Luxim, Ceravision, Intematix Technology, MEASAT Satellite Systems/Euroconsult, Planar Systems, Dainippon Screen/Silicon Light Machines, Shinoda Plasma, OSRAM/Ostendo Technologies, Qualcomm/Foxlink, UniPixel, Videocon Industries/CopyTele Display, Tannas Electronics, PVI, TMDisplay, LG Display, NHK, ImmerVision, Toshiba, Thinklogical, Blackmagic Design, QuickLogic, Sony, Ekinops, Aptina Imaging, MIT, NIST, UCSD, Coveo, Monotype Imaging, Apple, Toshiba, NPD, Kaleidescape, Pioneer, Gigabyte, Epson, Alienware, Vye, Willcom, Acer, Intel, Matrox Graphics, ATI, University of Utah, Enhanced Vision, Sensics, Fuji Xerox, Matsushita Electric Industrial, Fusion Optix, VBrick, Opticis, and Luxtera

Insight Media gives out Best Buzz awards at InfoComm

Computex 2008, June 3-7, Taipei, Taiwan by WitsView

Society for Information Display 2008 Symposium, May 20-23, Los Angeles, California: In this first report, Phillip Hill covers offerings from Samsung SDI, LG Display, Field Emission Technologies Inc., National Tsing Hua University/ITRI, Noritake/Fuji Electric Systems/Nagoya University, and LG Electronics.

Report on SID Display Week by Robert Simpson

DisplayForum 2007, November 14-15, Prague, Czech Republic: In this second report on this Meko-organized event, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Nexgen Europe and DisplayLink.

SID Display Applications Conference, October 23-25, San Francisco, California: In this second of two reports from this newly-named conference focused on the engineering aspect of applications, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Planar and Silicon Optix.

How can this be? by Mark Fihn

Do your LCDs really need direct-bonding? by Dave Craig and Greg Ruoff

The convergence of still photography and video by Michael Reichmann

Active optical cables by Tom Rossi

The Last Word: The fuzzy picture of HDTV by Fluppeteer

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 18+19

Double Issue

February 29, 2008

 134 pages

Letter from the publisher: Style over substance; fashion over function…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: UniPixel, Arasor/Novalux, University of Michigan, Mitsubishi, Microvision, SCRAM/MDS, FUJIFILM Manufacturing, Explay, Displaytech, Insight Media, 3M, 3M/Himax, ROHM, Philips LumiLeds, DisplayBank, Commercial Times, austriamicrosystems, Sony, Ambarella, Kodak, Cypress Semiconductor, Photron, Hauppauge, Casio, General Imaging, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony Ericsson, Max Lyons Photography, Pascal Cotte, University of Hawaii, VLBA, LSST Project, IPHAS Consortium, Corning, AMD, DivX/AMD, Harmonic, Swarmcast, Luminit/Asahi Kesei, Philips, Syntax-Brillian, Japanese Communications Ministry, LG.Philips LCD, Fergason Patent Properties/Sony, Gennum/Meritec, Penn State, ASUS, Quixel Research, Pacific Media Associates, V7, NEC Display Solutions, Ocean Tomo Auctions, Pioneer, Matsushita Electric Industrial/DuPont, AVFX/Panasonic, Panasonic, Swarovski, London Underground/CBS Outdoor, JCDecaux/Daktronics, Arizona Diamondbacks/Daktronics, Green Hippo, Christie, Komaden, Magic Monkey, Beijing Olympics, National Library of Belarus, Nanonic, Xceed Imaging/Bar Ilan University, University of Washington, and Schepens Eye Research Institute

Insight Media gives out Best Buzz awards at CES

Flat Information Display Conference 2007, December 4-5, Las Vegas, Nevada: In this report, we capture some of the interesting dialog that resulted from Q/A sessions that are of topical interest for readers of High Resolution

DisplayForum 2007, November 14-15, Prague, Czech Republic: In this first report on this Meko-organized event, Phillip Hill covers presentations from DisplaySearch, Pioneer Europe, Dolby Labs, and Light Blue Optics

SID Display Applications Conference, October 23-25, San Francisco, California: In this first of two reports from this newly-named conference focused on the engineering aspect of applications, Phillip Hill covers presentations from ImageMetrics, and Qualcomm MEMS Technologies

Society for Information Display 2007 Symposium, May 20-25, Long Beach, California: In this fourth and final report from SID 2007, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Hitachi, Samsung Electronics/Cheil Industries, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation/Melco Display Technology, Dai Nippon Printing, Marvell, Philips Research, and eMagin

Interview with Tim Reynolds from Ceravision

Interview with Terry Yeo from Fusion Optix

Interview with Barath Rajagopalan from Dolby

How this can be…by Alan Stubbs

Buying an HDTV? How to select the one for you by Rodolfo La Maestra

Can the 46-inch PDP TVs pose a challenge to LCDs? by WitsView

Multiple flaws found in web map sites edited by Phillip Hill

Volume rendering of large datasets on scalable high-resolution displays by Nicholas Schwarz

WPF and resolution independence by Markus Egger

Why direct-digital images can be superior to film by Mike Collette

The origin of the computer monitor thingy…Part 1 by Max Maxfield

The Last Word: Glass manufacturers can breathe again! by Chris Williams

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 17

December 13, 2007

 85 pages

Letter from the publisher: Pixels, lots of pixels, more pixels, but still not enough…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world:  Chris Jordan, LG.Philips, Barco, Double Black Imaging, Totoku, NEC, Planar, Samsung, EIZO, Merge Healthcare/EIZO/Matrox, Cornell University, TEAM, University of Toronto/University of Bristol, Princeton University, Equipe, EFI, Intel/ArcSoft, Cyviz, SGI, Quarktet, RGB Spectrum, NASA, VDC, LifeSize, JVC, SEOS, NEC LCD Technologies, CMO, Sharp, Sony, Samsung SDI, Mitsubishi, Nielsen, Genoa Color, e2v, Datacolor, Microvision, Luxtera, Tektronix/Intel, California Micro Devices, Adimec, SIM2/Dolby Laboratories, Samsung, TMD, Screen Technology/Virgin, Screen Technology/National Physical Laboratory, Uni-Pixel/MiPlaza, McLaughlin Consulting Group, Quixel Research, Leichtman Research Group, Panoram Technologies, Digital Tigers, Air National Guard/RGB Spectrum, Avago, Goldeneye, Element Labs, Lighthouse Technologies, Clear Channel Outdoor, Daktronics, Kodak, IRIDAS/CineForm, IMAX/AMC Entertainment, ASSIMILATE/RED, Dimension Technologies, Hitachi, LUXIM, JVC, Christie, Thomson, DALSA, Silicon Optix, DXG, Kopin, Broadcom, Hasselblad, Toshiba

10th Asian Symposium on Information Display, August 2-3, Singapore: Phillip Hill reports on presentations from Hoseo University, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, Chunghwa Picture

Tubes, and University of Electro-Communications

Society for Information Display 2007 Symposium, May 20-25, Long Beach, California: Phillip Hill covers presentations from The Schepens Eye Research Institute/MicroOptical Eng, Pusan National University, Cuspate, NXP Semiconductors, ASTRI, Samsung Electronics, National Chiao Tung University/AU Optronics, LG.Philips LCD, and eMagin Corporation

Interview with Ray Kwong from SCRAM Technologies

Interview with Justin Fry from Seamless Display

How this can be: Candice H. Brown Elliott explains the conundrum from the last issue

How can this be…? Another extraordinary effect from Mark Fihn

Seeing sounds and tasting colors by Clive (Max) Maxfield

Why do pixels have to be so square? by Fluppeteer

Kids and computers: the eyes and visual system by Jeffrey Anshel

Multi-channel audio for HD by Rodolfo La Maestra

The Last Word: Whose opinion -- the engineer’s or the customer’s? by Alan Jones

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 16

September 30, 2007

 72 pages

Letter from the publisher: Bridges…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Sony/University of Alabama, HiRISE, Views of the Earth, DARPA/Goodrich, Cambridge/Caltech, NASA, Thierry LeGault, International Space Station, Cassini, Virtual Earth, Google Earth, Bradford Bohonus, Colossal Images, S-LCD, NTT Electronics, NXP, Chris Jordan, University of Illinois, PanaVue, Seitz, Max Lyons, GalleryPlayer/Image Entertainment, NIST, Micreon, UC San Diego, IBM/ETH Zurich, Avago, Ken Crane’s, National Chiao Tung University, Canon, Sony, Laird Technologies/ITEQ, Intelligent Optical Systems, MERL, Siemens/Xintek, LEADIS Technology/VP Dynamics, xRez, Sharp/Samsung Electronics, LumiLeds, NEC, MotionDSP, Vision Research, Dedo Weigert, Microsoft/Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Pivot3, Philips/Color Kinetics, TecnoVISION, WEISSCAM/Wafian Corp/CineForm, Aperio Technologies, JVC, City University, Dimension Technologies, Planar Systems, Texas Instruments, TANDBERG/Codian, Silicon Optix, TPO, Daktronics, LifeSize, “Postcards From The Future”, British Museum/Barco, Eizo, Digital Projection International, Mitsubishi, ezscreen, Samsung Electronics, Brookhaven. SpheronVR, Mitsubishi Electric, Runco, ImmerVision, and Nero ShowTime

Society for Information Display 2007 Symposium, May 20-25, Long Beach, California: In this second report from the principal event of the year, Phillip Hill covers presentations from the University

of California, Philips Lighting, National Chiao Tung University, Toshiba Matsushita, Harvard Medical School, Samsung Electronics, University of Bristol, Philips Research Laboratories, and Seiko Epson

Interview with Merv Rose from Quantum Filament Technologies

How this can be… by Alan Stubbs

How can this be?

Bits from FET, Barco, and IEI by Jon Peddie

Find out the latest updates on the HDTV industry by Ross Young

Embedding depth cues in 2D images by Paul Darbee and Larry Pace

Soliloquies, rants, and ramblings in high resolution by Fluppeteer

The Last Word: Can I have some more please? Chris Williams changed his mind about HD

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 15

July 15, 2007

75 pages

Letter from the publisher: What’s the Pointillism…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Barco, Daktronics, Color Kinetics, Clear Channel Outdoor, NASA, Stanford-Lockheed Institute for Space Research, Cassini, Wikipedia Commons, International Dark-Sky Association, Google Earth/GeoEye, Roundshot, Bradford Bohonus, Matthew Uyttendaele, Panoscan, Scott Howard, HAL9000, David Michalek, Screen Technology, Mersive, National Science Foundation/Mersive, Actuality Systems, HDT, Astrodesign, Panoram, Sanyo, NEC, VRX, Electronic Visualization Laboratory, Digital Tigers, Motion Computing, Pfeiffer Consulting, Apple, DisplaySearch, HDNet, RED, Gennum, XDC, Algolith, 3DLABS, AMD, Sky, NHK, Ateme/NHK, LifeSize Communications, Vision Research, Panasonic, IRIDAS, Quarktet, Miquel Mora, CoVi Technologies, ORNL, Kodak, TecnoVISION, Hitachi, eMagin/FLIR, Simon Fraser University, Max Planck Innovation, Nanyang Technological University, VisionCare, LiquaVista, VP Dynamics Labs,

TPO, NEC, SuperImaging, JVC, Planar Systems/Matrox Graphics, Samsung, Novalux. JVC, eMagin, Aurora Systems/HOLOEYE, Xponent Photonics, Bruker Daltonics, Siemens Medical Solutions, Eizo/Siemens, Christie/Vista Controls Systems, Philips/Color Kinetics, and Clairvoyante

Society for Information Display 2007 Symposium, May 20-25, Long Beach, California: In this first report from the principal event of the year, Phillip Hill covers presentations from Fraunhofer IPMS, BrightSide/University of British Columbia, Mitsubishi, ALCES /Evans & Sutherland Computer, and OSRAM

Interview with Greg Downing from xRez

Differences between interpolated color digital camera images and full-color scanning back images by Mike Collette

How can this be…? Optical Illusions and human factors with regard to displays: Guest article by Alan Stubbs

1080p HDTV implementation by Rodolfo La Maestra

iPixels - increasing resolution in mobile phones by Fluppeteer

Gentle musings about the T221… by Paul Grace

Trying to replicate nature, part II: Phillip Hill looks at the different ways that researchers and display developers are using nature: butterfly wings, hummingbirds, blue and green beetles, firefly squids, cicada wings, moth eyes, and algae

The Last Word: Big Brother is watching you: Phillip Hill documents the heightening concern over the ubiquitous use of CCTV in the UK

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 14

May 9, 2007

63 pages

Letter from the publisher: A debate: The medium or the message…by Mark Fihn and Bob Raikes

High resolution news from around the world: MicroEmissive Displays, Takachiho Koheki/Varioptic, NASA, Aperio, Gigapxl Project, JAXA, Better Light, Boston Micromachines, Max Lyons, GeoEye, Vita di Cristo, SANZ/GeoDecisions, Clear Channel Outdoor, Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University, InterSense, Electrosonic/Trafik Stockholm, Daktronics, Tecnovision, JCDecaux, Sony, CineForm, Onkyo/Silicon Optix, DALSA, Samsung. RED, IBM, Silicon Imaging/AltaSens, Vision Research, Martin Waugh, UCLA, Plasmon, Sonic Solutions, Wikimedia, Richardson Electronics, Barco, Barco/Vizrt, USDC, Kopin, Tandberg, LifeSize, Digital View, Picsel, Sharp, Clairvoyante/Tomato LSI, DynaScan/PlasMedia, iamcal, Xerox

DisplaySearch FPD 2007 Conference: Geoff Walker summarizes discussions about high resolution displays; analysis of talks given by DisplaySearch, Nokia, Intel, Deutsche Bank, CDT, HP, Dell, Samsung, TCO Development, and Panasonic

Americas Display Engineering & Applications Conference (ADEAC), October 23-26, Atlanta: In this fourth and final report, Phillip Hill covers papers from Barco Federal Systems, Engenuity Technologies, and ABCD Technology

Interview with Dave Urbanic from Zoomify

Court rules “Almost HDTV” is OK by Alfred Poor

How can this be…? More fascinating discussions about optical illusions

How color vision works, Part 3 by Max Maxfield

Some you win, some you lose by Fluppeteer

Doing more by seeing more by Jon Peddie

Celebrating the contributions of Dr. J.C. Lapp

The Last Word: Lessons from Bertha by Alan Jones

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 13

March 14, 2007

55 pages

Letter from the publisher: Billions of pixels…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Gigapxl Project, Microsoft Research, XRez, MERL, Cassini, The One Million Masterpiece, Vischeck, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Tronic Studio, Scalable Display, Creative Technology, Jeffrey Klassen, Quarktet, Electrosonic, Better Light, Sigma, Nova Sensors, Pentax, University of Illinois, Microsoft, Daniel Rozin, Duncan Wilson, Samsung, LG.Philips, EIZO/Tech Source, Vulcan, nVidia, Dolby Laboratories/BrightSide Technologies, OmniVision, NASA/USGS, Toshiba, RGB Spectrum, Mammoth HD, Christie, Hasselblad, CineForm, JVC, Barco, Daktronics, Pegasus Imaging, Clear Channel, Vision Research/Image Systems, Fraunhofer, Redlake, eyevis, Organic Motion, Trans-Lux, HP, Juice Analytics

Americas Display Engineering & Applications Conference (ADEAC), October 23-26, Atlanta: Phillip Hill covers papers from Barco Medical Systems, Barco Control Rooms, and Planar Systems

Society for Information Display 2006 Symposium, June 4-9, 2006, San Francisco: In this seventh report, Phillip Hill covers two presentations from Samsung Electronics, plus Hitachi and

Cambridge Flat Displays/Cambridge University

How this can’t be: Squant -- Candice Elliott Brown explains

How can this be?

When is a megapixel not a megapixel? by Fluppeteer

How color vision works, Part 2 by Max Maxfield

NTSC color gamut be gone… enter xvYCC and “deep color” by Steve Sechrist

Macular degeneration by Jeffrey Anshel

The Last Word: Display Business Matters…by Bruce Berkoff

Display Industry Calendar  

Issue 12

January 28, 2007

 56 pages

Letter from the publisher: Introducing the “Smada” Awards…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Better Light, xRez, NIST, Cassini, e2v, JAXA, Adimec, University of Calgary, Devorah Sperber, University of Rochester, Ames Laboratory, HP Labs, Heriot-Watt University, Matrox Graphics, Christie, VDC Display Systems, Megavision Technology, Daktronics, Cowboy Stadium, 9XMedia, Electrosonic Systems, North Korea's Mass Games, NEC, Qingdao Guanlong Photograph/Seitz, Zoomify, Toshiba, Vision Research/Hyundai, DarbeeVision, Sysview, APDC, Let It Wave, EIZO Nanao, HP/TANDBERG, LifeSize, Samsung, Envive, Toshiba-Matsushita Display, OWLink/Moneual Lab, Boston Micromachines, Pixelworks, Silicon Optix, Barco Silex, Westinghouse/Eyevis, Sharp, Snell & Wilcox, DuPont, Pioneer, Hitachi, ClearView/GDS, Coherent/OSRAM

Americas Display Engineering & Applications Conference (ADEAC), October 23-26, Atlanta: In this second report, Phillip Hill covers papers from Chalmers University of Technology, University of Central Florida/Chi-Mei Optoelectronics Corp, and ABCD Technology

SID Vehicles and Photons Conference, October 12-13, 2006, Dearborn, Michigan: Phillip Hill covers presentations from Light Blue Optics, Symbol, and Superimaging

Society for Information Display 2006 Symposium, June 4-9, 2006, San Francisco: Phillip Hill covers presentations from Samsung Electronics, Chi Mei, and AU Optronics

Interview with Reed Killion of UniPixel Display

How color vision works by Clive (Max) Maxfield

How this can be: More on illusory motion from Mark Fihn

How can this be?… Squant: Amazingly there is a fourth primary color called “squant”. But you might have difficulty seeing it. by Mark Fihn

1080p does matter – here’s when by Carlton Bale

The Last Word: Where are the visionaries and evangelists? by Alan Jones

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 11

December 23, 2006

 52 pages

Letter from the publisher: Myths, truths, and megapixels… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Cymfony, BMI Gaming, eMagin, David Mach, Element Labs, Barco, Olympus, Infinera, CSIRO, Quarktet, NASA, HiRISE, PanSTARRS1 Consortium, Seitz, FIMI Philips, Zenview, Iomega, Fujitsu, Flybook, CompAmerica, Sharp, Planar, EIZO, Christie, Barco, VoodooPC, Silicon Imaging, Samsung, Sigma, MotionDSP, Redlake, JVC, France Television/Let It Wave, VP Dynamics Labs, Siemens, IEEE, NEC, Panasonic, iZon

Americas Display Engineering & Applications Conference (ADEAC), October 23-26, Atlanta: Phillip Hill covers papers from McCann Imaging/Milan University, Sharp Laboratories of America, Symbol Technologies, and DigiVision

Society for Information Display 2006 Symposium, June 4-9, San Francisco: In this fifth report, Phillip Hill covers two presentations from Samsung Electronics, plus Sharp, Matsushita, and Fuji Photo Film

The twelve rants of Christmas… (Bah, humbug) by Fluppeteer

An interview with Jim Nole of TelAztec

How Microsoft’s Windows Vista SideShow is helping drive high-PPI displays Into other applications by Geoff Walker

How this can be…

How can this be? Mark Fihn ponders 16.7 million colors…

Is Mononumerosis a problem in your company? by Bruce Kahn

The Last Word: In memoriam to Paul Martin and family by Tanya Lippke

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 10

October 30, 2006

 52 pages

Letter from the publisher: Pixels, barcode labels and spools of thread… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Sony, Video Projection Monumentale, Sigma, Seitz, Cisco, Analog Devices, Apple, Eizo, NEC, Samsung, Project-a-Phone, Algolith, Panasonic, NTT, Sharp, CMO, nVidia, Toshiba/Canon, JVC, Fakespace, Mersive, EVL, Seamless Display, Zenview, HP/VoodooPC, HiRISE, International Space Station, Cassini, NASA, Nero/ATI, Toshiba, Samsung SDI, LG.Philips LCD, Sanyo Epson, Canon, Rice University, OWLink/Micron, SGI/ATI, Norcent, LifeSize, Fraunhofer IPMS/Microvision, Double Black Imaging, MainConcept, Maxian, Foveon, Daktronics, CPT/Clairvoyante, Leica Geosystems, Barco, JAXA, TPO

Society for Information Display 2006 Symposium, June 4-9, San Francisco

  + Epson: Development of wide-color-gamut displays with four-primary-color LCDs

  + CPT: Inorganic evaporating deposition technology for a high contrast ratio LCoS RPTV

  + AU Optronics: The challenge of high resolution to active-matrix OLEDs

  + Samsung Electronics: RGB gamma curve control for improved LCD color performance

  + Kyungpook University: Skin color reproduction based on contour reduction by erosion

“Super Hi-Vision”:  An ultra-high definition television and its human factors

The myth of the 96 ppi desktop by Fluppeteer

An amazing experiment by Max Maxfield

How this can be… The optimized Fraser-Wilcox illusion explained by Akiyoshi Kitaoka

How can this be? More illusory motion effects

The Last Word: Toys, Microsoft and new challenges… by Alan Jones

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 9

September 24, 2006

 53 pages

Letter from the publisher: Color purer than the rainbow… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Apple, TI, HP, Dell, Toshiba, Alienware, L, Sharp, Zenview, OptoTech, Seagate, Samsung, TiVo, U-HDTV, McLaughlin Consulting Group, Sony, MPI/UT, Epson, Seitz, Adelaide University, Xerox, OLPC, Stanford, Envive, Philips, QuVIS, Kodak, LG.Philips LCD, NYU, Fraunhofer, Mitsubishi, ColorLink, VisWall, Snell & Wilcox, University of Pennsylvania, LifeSize, Intergraph, Daktronics, Planar Systems/Clarity Visual Systems, Electrosonic, Micron, Teranex, Picsel Technologies, Eizo/Epson/X-Rite, Tandberg, Panoscan, University of Buffalo, Research & Markets, JVC, Panasonic, Monotype Imaging, Capella Microsystems, SANZ, ETH

Society for Information Display 2006 Symposium, June 4-9, San Francisco

  + Samsung SDI: A study on full high-definition PDPs of under 50 inch

  + Philips Research Laboratories: Locally switchable 3D displays

  + Waseda University: How color break-up occurs in the human visual system 

  + Samsung Electronics: World’s largest (21.3-inch) UXGA non-laser LTPS AMLCD 

  + Brunel University: Development of printable phosphor inks for high-definition displays

  + University of California at Berkeley: Achieving near-correct focus cues in a 3D display 

  + Eastman Kodak: Predicting performance of a microlens LCD brightness film 

  + Chunghwa Picture Tubes: High-contrast ratio “optical compensation bend” LCD TV 

  + Samsung SDI: A high-resolution display employing a time division parallax barrier 

The RGBW brain boggle by Max Maxfield

How this can be… The Munker-White illusion 

How can this be? The “Rotating Turtles” illusion

Having enough resolution by Fluppeteer 

The last word: Can I have my 9-mega display back, please? by Alan Jones

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 8

August 15, 2006

53 pages

Letter from the publisher: The world of too much information… by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Corel/Future Image, Acer, Totoku Electric, Cisco Systems/Tungsten Graphics/Obsidian, Penn State University, LifeSize/Radvision, GeoEye, Panoram, Pictometry/Intergraph, nVidia, Hibino, Barco/ATI, Daktronics, Max Lyons Digital Image Gallery, Samsung Electronics, Gigapxl project, Photomosaics, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Fakespace/University of Salford, Zenview, The Lunar and Planetary Laboratory/VisWall, Ball Aerospace, JAXA, Adimec, Schepens Eye Research Institute, Research and Markets, GalleryPlayer,

University of Kent/Optopod, SMART Technologies, University of Pennsylvania, Olympus, Samsung, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Canon, Fujifilm, Taiwan Screen Optronics, University of Wisconsin, Canon, Panasonic, University of Toronto/MIT

Society for Information Display 2006 Symposium, June 4-9, San Francisco: Phillip Hill focuses mainly on plasma in this second report

  + Samsung SDI: Full-HD PDPs with high-picture quality for 42 inch or smaller sizes

  + Pioneer: Development of 50-inch diagonal Full HD (1920x1080) PDPs

  + Panasonic: New findings on display performance in large-sized PDPs

  + Fujitsu Hitachi: High-luminance 42-inch full high-definition PDP

  + BrightSide Technologies: Luminance, contrast and amplitude resolution of displays

How soft is smooth? Everything you wanted to know about “SmoothPicture” technology by Mathieu Massart

How this can be… dynamic luminance by Alan Stubbs

How can this be? Mark Fihn looks at more interesting effects – this time the Munker-White illusion

Pixels, pixels everywhere by Fluppeteer

Optical bonding for improved LCD outdoor viewability by Geoff Walker

The last word: Comparative products reviews are a waste of space by Alfred Poor

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 7

July 17, 2006

 39 pages

Letter from the publisher: Thoughts about resolution from SID…by Mark Fihn

High resolution news from around the world: Glasgow University, ARVO, Syscan Imaging, GalleryPlayer, Salvador Imaging, OmniVision, HP, Fujifilm, Olympus, MIT, Harvard, Nikon, Sony/Panasonic, Cinevision 2006, Micron, Lumenera, DALSA, Google, Samsung, VDC Display Systems, Equipe, Aircord, Roysons/Gigapxl Corp, Rogers/Varioptic, VoodooPC, Zenview, Genoa, TOTOKU, EIZO, AccessIT, C-nario, Daktronics, Jupiter, Semtech, CDT/Toppan, Seiko Epson, Samsung SDI, TPO, Tomato LSI/Clarivoyante’s, KWorld, Pleiades, Algolith, Thomson, PSI /BMC, Barco, BrightSide, Electrosonic

Society for Information Display 2006 Symposium, June 4-9, San Francisco: In an abbreviated first report from SID, Phillip Hill covers presentations from ITRI and Sony

Using pixels wisely: Fluppeteer talks about making better use of the pixels we already have… 

How can this be? Dynamic luminance – part II

Next generation Microsoft applications software on a high-resolution display: Alan Jones gives his final report on his testing of the IBM T221 “Bertha” monitor

The last word: My eyes! My eyes! by Chris Williams

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 6

May 29, 2006

29 pages

Letter from the publisher: Mark Fihn queries recent reports that tiny fonts are destroying our eyesight

High resolution news from around the world: Microsoft Research, InvenSense, Barco, Panasonic/Sony, Envivio, TI/Barco/Christie/NEC, Fakespace, SMIC, DALSA, Media Cybernetics/AutoQuant, Daktronics, MPI Informatik, JAXA, Philips Aptura, Avid, Autodesk, NHK, Kodak, Matrox, Zenview, L, Steridian, NASA, IBM/Fujifilm, HP Labs/Warner Brothers, Quixun, MIT, 

Toshiba, Sanyo Epson, Infernoptix, Casio, NIST, Sony, TNO

High resolution and small screen viewing: a visual perspective by Jeffrey Anshel

How this can be…Candice H. Brown Elliott explains last month’s conundrum about the color cyan

How can this be? Mark Fihn looks at more optical illusions – this time dynamic luminance

Unthinkably many pixels: Fluppeteer concludes that the Windows Vista Aero interface is not for him

The last word: Windows Vista on a hi-res monitor: Alan Jones has been testing out Vista on the IBM T221 “Bertha” monitor

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 5

April 26, 2006

41 pages

Letter from the publisher: Mark Fihn says “Death to Acronyms”

High resolution news from around the world: Cooke Optics, Barco, Apple/University of California, SpatiaLight, LifeSize, Scalable Display, Microsoft, ATI, Mitsubishi, Let It Wave, Sharp, Newnham, JAXA, Akimbo/HDNet, Pictometry, CTX, DALSA/Ascent, BrightSide, Eyevis. LASIK, Intrigue Technologies, University of Illinois, Planet82, Sony, RED, Silicon Imaging, Fujifilm, Daktronics, Panasonic, Acer, Dell, Marantz, Toshiba Matsushita Display, Samsung, Do-It-Yourself

High-capacity storage: news and commentary about next-generation devices: Fujitsu, Grand Idea Studio, InPhase Technologies, ITRI, New Medium Enterprises, VCD-HD, TDK, Hitachi Maxell, Polarizonics, +RW Alliance

DisplaySearch US FPD Conference, March 21-23, San Diego, California: Geoff Walker summarizes presentations related to high-resolution displays from DisplaySearch’s 8th Annual US FPD Conference

How can this be? The color cyan… by Mark Fihn

Display size, display resolution, font size, font smoothing, and much more... by Markus Egger

Observations from a T221 second-class citizen… by Fluppeteer

The last word: What is full high definition? by Ken Werner

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 4

March 24, 2006

37 pages

Letter from the publisher: Mark Fihn explains why he doesn’t have an HDTV set

High resolution news from around the world: BrightSide, Planar, LifeSize/Texas Instruments, 19 inch notebooks, Fujitsu Siemens, Microsoft, Toshiba, Dell/Alienware, VoodooPC, ALPS, VOOM HD Networks, M.A.G.I.C., Sharp, Willcom, Kyocera, VisWall, DTS, University of Alabama/Daktronics, Barco, Seiko Epson, Panasonic, CMO, Samsung, LG.Philips LCD, Bruker Daltronics, Hasselblad, Mamiya, Texas Instruments, Virginia Tech, Zenview, Fakespace, EVL, NTERA/Seiko Epson, Schibsted Søk, Evans & Sutherland/Spitz, Picsel, LG Innotek/Clairvoyante Vodafone/Sharp

Windows Vista and high-resolution displays: Jon Peddie looks at the biggest change in PC computing in 15 years.

Technology Showcase: BrightSide makes a leap in its HDR enhancement technology from LCD to microdisplays, by Phillip Hill

How this can be… Candice H. Brown Elliott explains last month’s conundrum

How can this be? Part III: We look at another interesting effect and apply it to the desktop

Professor Poor’s guide to buying HDTV

Computer Glasses by Jeffery Anshel

Trying to replicate nature by Mark Fihn

The last word: Is this the end of the beginning, or the beginning of the end, for high resolution, asks Chris Williams

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 3

February 11, 2006

30 pages

Letter from the publisher:  High resolution and the “issue” of capture and storage

High resolution news from around the world: Westinghouse Digital, Sony/E Ink, iRex Technologies, Jinke, Toshiba, Dell, nVidia, Warner Home Video, Genoa Color Technologies, Panet82, CyOptics, Oki Electric, International University Bremen, Monotype Imaging/Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, California Micro Devices, Planar Systems, Olympus, Sony, Canon, Hasselblad, Samsung Electronics, LG Innotech/BOE-Hydis, GeoEye, Silicon Graphics/Raytheon/ NOAA, Quarktel, Pioneer Electronics, Zenview, and AVFX

Interview with Guido Voltolina of Steridian

How this can be... Candice H. Brown Elliott explains “simultaneous contrast” and the “Cornsweet Effect”.

How can this be? Another intriguing optical illusion that impacts display design considerations

High resolution and art

  + High definition imagery from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

  + Eye tracking experiment at the National Gallery in London

  + 1.5-Gigapixel mosaic

Advertising display performance: Comments on advertisements from BenQ, Pioneer, HP, PROTON

Pixel inflation by Alfred Poor

The last word: What’s wrong with high resolution displays? by Alan Jones

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 2

December 23, 2005

35 pages

Letter from the publisher:  When is a display "good enough"?

Perspectives on LCD monitors

  + Bob Raikes tells us that monitors are little improved in the past 10 years

  + Geoff Walker explains why we’re stuck at 100ppi and what it will take to move to higher resolutions

  + Mark Fihn offers his insights as to why we have low resolutions on the desktop

High resolution news from around the world: Hynix Semiconductor, BOE-Hydis/Clairvoyante, IBM, Fakespace Systems/Sandia National Labs, Syscan Imaging/Nanodisplay, UCSF, UCSD/Keio University, Philips Vidiwall, Planar, Sony/QuVis, Panasonic, Philips, Cypress Semiconductor, Nova Sensors, Dell, Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma, Fermilab, Kinesix Software/NASA, Fujitsu Labs, Meade, BenQ, Mamiya, Phase One, HANA, WorldScreen Project, ADTI, Sharp, Nitto Denko/3M, DTS/Illustrious UK, Bosch & Lomb, Samsung, HP/DreamWorks, Virginia Tech, Digital Tigers, and L

Technology Showcase:  High Dynamic Range displays from BrightSide Technologies

Apple suffers from complaints about new screens  

Blu-ray or HD-DVD: Mark Fihn compares the two rival formats

How can this be? Some challenging optical illusions about how we mis-perceive contrast 

The last word:  An anonymous input about “Being Blinded by the display industry”

Display Industry Calendar

Issue 1

November 23, 2005

26 pages

Letter from the publisher:  Introducing High Resolution

Eye Resolution – The Ultimate Challenge: Norman Bardsley gives us a starter on “eye” resolution in relation to displays

High resolution news from around the world: Honeywell, Rainbow Displays, openHD, NHK, HDTV Business Conference, Fakespace Systems/Los Alamos National Laboratory, Barco/Thales, STRL, University of California Irvine, Sony, Kodak, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Picsel Technologies, NEC LCD, USEI/Totoku, Toshiba Matsushita Displays, Apple, NEC, Kopin/Solomon Systech, Sanyo Epson, AUO/ClairVoyante, Toppoly, CMO, Sharp, Genesis Microchip, VisionCare, Emory University, and HP

Visual Resolution vs. Counting Dots:  Candice H. Brown Elliott from ClairVoyante provides some new perspectives about resolution.

Advertising Display Performance:  A look at how companies try to advertise in the print media about the advantages of high-performance displays. Good examples from Panasonic, AUO, and JVC; a problematic example from Dell

Motion Artifacts in Light-Valve Projectors: DisplayMasters graduate Taral Patel writes about his research results evaluating motion problems in projectors

Portrait Displays’ LiquidSurfMark Fihn recounts his ongoing love affair with Portrait’s LiquidSurf

The last word:  Alan Jones suggests a Quantity vs. Quality matrix when considering applications for high resolution displays

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