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SAMSUNG’s Breakthrough Double-sided LCD

Posted in LCD,News,Samsung by Paul Patterson on January 4th, 2007

SAMSUNG Develops Double-sided LCDSamsung’s newly developed double-sided LCD can produce independent images simultaneously on the front and back of the same mobile LCD display. Current double-sided LCDs are limited to showing only a reverse image of the same video data.

The technology will “accelerate the trend toward slimmer mobile products” by replacing two display panels with one, thus reducing overall thickness of mobile products by at least 1mm. The new double-sided LCD is 2.6mm thick and 2.22″ wide, with QVGA (240 x 320 pixel) resolution.

The breakthrough is made possible by use of Samsung’s new double-gate, thin-film transistor (TFT) architecture. TFT gates control the necessary voltage at the pixel level. Samsung’s new double-sided LCD uses two gates which allows the front screen to display different images than the opposing screen on the back.

In addition, the new mobile display requires only one backlight – while competitive double-screen LCDs …

YouTube For The Deceased

Posted in Digital Imaging,LCD by Chetz on January 4th, 2007

Serenity Vidstone PanelMultimedia is working it’s way into almost every part of our lives, and even after-lives in this case. The Vidstone Serenity Panel provides a 7″ LCD panel that runs on solar power and will show a 5-8 minute slide show of photos along with sound.

The 8″ x 6.5″ panel can mount flush to a gravestone and provides two headphone jacks to allow visitors to listen to music along with the slide show. It is weather proof and fade resistant, and uses simple one-touch buttons to operate the playback. The Vidstone requires at least 4 hours of sunlight per day for it’s solar panels to keep it fully charged.

This Vidstone Serenity Panel won the “most innovative product” award from the International Cemetery and Funeral Association, and retails for just under $2000 USD.

New Dell 27″ LCD Display Image Leaked

Posted in Dell,Displays,LCD,News by Chris Weber on January 1st, 2007

Dell W2707WFP Leaked first lookIn what was apparently a mistake the image for the Dell 20″ monitor was mistakingly replaced with an image for a 27″ monitor.

In a posting on a Dell Forum an employee of Dell indicated that the image was from a training manual for the “not yet released W2707C.”

So it appears that there is a Dell 27″ display on the horizon. This monitor is rumored to be an enthusiasts model. If the fabled 27″ display uses this Samsung screen then it is possible to infer some data about the upcoming model.

It appears to have a 1920 by 1200 native resolution. This is the same as the existing Dell 24″ models. The image from Dell’s site reveals the inputs to W2707 to be very similar to the 2407 that SlipperyBrick has in-house. …

Gateway 24″ Widescreen High-Definition LCD Display

Posted in Gateway,LCD by Paul Patterson on December 24th, 2006

 Gateway 24" Widescreen High-Definition LCD Flat-Panel DisplayThe FPD2485W 24″ Widescreen display from Gateway features 1080p High-Definition Support, an impressive 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 1920 x 1200 resolution.

The display has an adjustable height setting and also allows you to tilt and swivel the screen for just the right viewing angle. The auto-rotation feature allows you to rotate the display 90 degrees to view long documents and web pages, or rotate it back to view documents side by side.
Gateway TDX Sound System
The monitor also supports the optional Gateway TDX Audio Sound System. The premium TDX system consists of six high-performance speakers in a slender speaker bar that attaches directly to the display. The Sound System helps you eliminate your existing speakers and free up some desk space.

Inputs include standard VGA, DVI, composite, S-Video, component video, and 2 USB 2.0 ports integrated …

Teleglass Video LCD Screen For Your Glasses

Posted in Digital Video,LCD by Chetz on December 23rd, 2006

Teleglass LCD ScreenJapanese company Arisawa Manufacturing has a video headset solution that is expected to be available in Japan yet this year to allow the user to watch video in a tiny screen attached to there eye glasses.

The Teleglass has a mount that will attach to virtual any pair of glasses and allows the video screen to attach to it. The video screen is a .24 inch LCD panel that when viewed up close is equivalent to a 21″ television screen at about 3 feet away. A wire connected to the 8 gram mounted LCD screen connects to a player that stores the video that users could wear in their pocket.

The beauty of this design is not only that it can be attached to any existing glasses, but also that it allows the user to maintain their regular vision while using them since both …

eStarling WiFi Digital LCD Picture Frame

Posted in Digital Imaging,LCD,Wi-Fi by Chetz on November 1st, 2006

eStarling Picture Frame

The eStarling 7 inch LCD digital picture frame allows you to rotate through different digital pictures on the frame, but that certainly is not what makes it special.

This picture frame is also WiFi enabled and picks up photos without wires from email, a Flickr RSS stream and from an external media card. This means that once you have set it up, it stands alone and gets new photos sent to it automatically.

The Starling picture frame itself can check email by configuring a POP3 email account along with user name and password. After that, just send an email to the address with a JPEG or GIF file and the picture frame will catch it and add it to the rotation.

You can also define a key word for your feed with Flickr and have it bring in a rotation of photos based on your …

Sharp Triple View on One LCD

Posted in LCD,Sharp by Chetz on September 28th, 2006

Sharp Triple View

Sharp has one up’d themselves since their release of the double view LCD monitor with this new triple view LCD. In case you are not familiar, this is not splitting the screen across multiple monitors. This is one monitor showing three different pictures depending on what angle you are viewing from.

The picture in this post is showing the 3 images of the LCD screen are being shown; from the front, the left and the right. At first, aside from just being kind of cool you might wonder what good this is exactly. I mean, I used multiple monitors for programming and now feel I need them for everything, but I am always looking straight on.

The application for this goes way beyond just computer monitors, though. The double view is already being used in some GPS systems in cars, where the passenger can be scrolling …

70 Inch Samsung LCD Screen is Worlds Biggest

Posted in LCD,Samsung,Television by Paul Patterson on September 14th, 2006

Samsung 70 Inch LCD
At 70 inches, this high-definition LCD display from Samsung is setting the record for largest LCD. The screen has a resolution of 1,920×1,080, which is powerful enough to qualify as a high-definition TV, but is not necessarily high for a screen of this size.

The Samsung screen is positioned towards the consumer HD-TV market. Samsung Vice President Kim Sang-Soo said, “Our new 70-inch LCD is not only significantly larger, but also sets a new benchmark of excellence in terms of video image reproduction, viewing angle and image quality. We’ve designed it to dramatically enhance the large screen LCD TV user’s viewing experience. ”

With the introduction of the 70″ LCD TV, Samsung will be in a position to compete head-to-head with PDP (plasma display panel) and projection TV makers.

Production of the new 70-inch LCD is scheduled to begin …