Displays

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ZLP

Z-Laser Optoelektronik presented, for the first time, its new laser projector ZLP at this year's JEC Composites Show in Paris

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Stretching the imagination

There was a time when displays had to be rigid. Now, with the advent of light-emitting polymers and electronic paper technology, flexible displays are coming onto the market and enabling new applications like flexible signage and eReaders. But what if we went one step further? What if displays were not only flexible, but also stretchable? Is stretchability in a display necessary? Surely flexibility is enough for most applications?

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Pico-qHD

Intersil has introduced the Pico-qHD, which it claims is the industry's smallest production-ready LED LCoS pico projector solution

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The big screen

A feature of modern society is that consumers have a continual appetite for new technologies; consumers have opted for DVD players, for example, at a rate which rendered the VHS standard technology obsolete within the space of a few years. Similarly, flat-panel displays (FPDs) have enjoyed a steady rise in popularity over the last decade, to the point that few retailers still stock anachronistic cathode ray tube TVs and monitors.

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