Don't-Miss Display Stories
Next-generation displays are being promoted as consumers try to catch up to 4K
The company is targeting use in car dashboards and instrument consoles
Why in the world would you want to place a sheet of smart plastic over a tablet? To add an extra layer of computing, Microsoft researchers say of its FlexSense project.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google X is designing these displays to "plug together like Legos to create a seamless image." Sounds like another fun experiment that just might lead to a cool product.
The 1080p monitor will sell for $430 when it goes on sale October 1.
Foxconn is working on putting a flat 35-megapixel camera on an upcoming phone
High-resolution, polygonal screens could be used in car dashboards
The Hamsa Touch project converts images from a screen into electrical impulses, helping users with impaired vision feel what's on a screen.
Called Hamsa Touch, the project converts images from a screen into electrical impulses you can feel on your hand.
A new standard adopted by the VESA standards body preserves existing video connectors. possibly at the price of video quality.
As 4K TV prices become more reasonable and content starts to trickle out, Japanese broadcaster NHK has its sights set on the next step: 8K.
Glyph is a set of headphones, but the bar moves down over your eyes so you can see its display.
Does a bent phone have a place in your pocket, or is it all a marketing ploy?
Viewsonic makes good on its promise to build monitors that play nice with phones and tablets, and not just PCs.