LED Displays News

LED panel enables decoding of invisible images

Soon you could have access to secret information just by waving your hand, writes Sandrine Ceurstemont, editor, New Scientist TV. New digital signage allows you to decode invisible images by quickly moving your fingers in front of the screen. The system, developed by Hirotsugu Yamamoto and colleagues from University of…

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AMOLED TVs stand out but at a price - IHS

Global shipments of TVs based on active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) technology are expected to reach 2.1 million units in 2015, up from just 34,000 in 2012, according to market analyst IHS iSuppli.  But even this large increase will mean that AMOLED TV shipments will still…

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CES: Sony shows 55in, full HD "Crystal LED" self-emitting display

Sony has developed a self-emitting display technology, dubbed Crystal LED Display, which it demosntrated in a full HD, 55-inch prototype model at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, writes Richard Wilson. It is claimed to be the first 55-inch full HD self-emitting display…

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Flexible OLEDs - The state of play

Were we not promised super-thin bendable, flexible and rollable organic LED (OLED) displays? Phones like Samsung’s Galaxy and HTC’s Desire have shown us that the rigid versions can deliver stunning images. So where are those flexies? Steve Bush considers the current state of play…It turns out…

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LED backlight design for large displays

LEDs use a DC supply, making them simpler to drive, there is no inverter, which improves efficiency, and their power consumption varies nearly linearly with brightness, simplifying power management. As a result the majority of small to medium displays are now fitted with them, writes Mike Caddy, displays product manager…

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LED lighting circuit design idea

One for designers seeking ciruit inspiration, maybe. We have uploadeed an LED-related Circuit Design idea to the site – Create LED-lighting patterns without a controller This Design Idea describes a simple LED-lighting-effects circuit comprising only five chips and costing only a few dollars. The goal is to…

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