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Uemis Zurich scuba dive assistant with OLED display

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Uemis Zurich scuba dive assistant with OLED displayWhether you live the life of James Bond or Lara Croft, you may occasionally find yourself underwater, scuba diving. From Swiss company Uemis comes this computer with colored OLED display. The Uemis Zurich diver assistant supports 10.000:1 contrast ratio in a colored display, has intuitive menu control, and 5-way navigation with three non-slip slide controls.

The scuba driver assistant can be connected to a PC via USB and the myUemis can also be synchronized in a similar manner. It also has a tank pressure sensor which transmits the tank pressure to the SDA uemis Zurich. The wristbands are available in three different sizes, in case you have an odd wrist.

Wrist-worn flexible OLED prototype

Posted in OLED by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Wrist-worn flexible OLED prototypeFlexible OLED displays are becoming more commonplace everyday. They just need to make it into some of the devices we can buy. However long it may take, when that day arrives, Universal Display Corporation thinks something like the gadget above will be a part of it.

It’s a wearable, flexible, 4-inch prototype screen that CES attendees will be able to drool over, maybe even wipe clean and try on. Just don’t expect to wear it comfortably. It won’t be in stores anytime soon either. This one was developed with military applications in mind, but bendy consumer devices are on the way at some point. Give it a few years and we will start seeing them in passports, clothing, packaging etc.

Optimus Aux OLED keypad shows it’s case

Posted in Optimus Maximus by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2008

Optimus Aux OLED keypad shows it’s caseWhy it’s the Optimus Auxilery OLED keypad, but where are the beautiful programmable OLED keys? Apparently they aren’t done yet, but we can at least show you it’s hard candy shell, even if the creamy candy insides aren’t ready yet.

Samsung shows off transparent .05mm “flapping” OLED panels

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on October 29th, 2008

Samsung shows off transparent .05mm “flapping” OLED panelsSamsung’s showing off at the FPD International 2008 show, with a 4-inch, ultra-thin 0.05-mm OLED with 480 x 272 pixel resolution, 100,000:1 contrast, 200cd/m2 brightness. So thin mind you, that it was displayed flapping in the wind. Then they showed off a transparent AMOLED display. The color reproduction range is 100% of the NTSC standard. Take that you other anorexic displays. In order to achieve this thickness, Samsung etched an OLED panel that uses a normal glass substrate. The drive circuit was made by low-temperature polysilicon TFTs.

Optimus Pultius with 15 keys

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2008

Optimus Pultius with 15 keys
The folks behind the Optimus keyboard never sleep do they? This time around it’s the Optimus Pultius with just 15 keys. It’s designed to be a peripheral that enhances your keyboard setup rather then a keyboard all by itself.

The Pultius will have tiny OLEDs on each key which will depict small logos to go with the key function and an extra usb port on back. It’s slated to be released at the end of this year or early 2009. No word on pricing yet.