AV Interactive UK: Outdoor advertising specialist JCDecaux plans to install a network of 20 digital billboards in London locations. The 6m x 3m Daktronics LED signs will be operational by March 24, the company says. Daktronics has won the contract to install and maintain the digital billboards as well… Read More »LED billboards populate London streets
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Gizmodo: New digital screens for retail are roughly the size of a DVD case, yet cost hundreds more than a 50-inch plasma. Why so important? Because these little screens are LCD’s Grim Reaper. The days of the LCD are numbered — the time of OLED is at hand.… Read More »BLOG: Small OLEDs to make a run in retail?
Fox 61 WTIC-TV (Hartford, Conn.): Fox 61 News reporter Rick Hancock interviews V. Miller Newton, chief executive officer of Netkey and president of the Self-Service and Kiosk Association, in the television station’s May 2 Rick’s RSS segment. Read more Source link: VIDEO: Netkey profiled by Fox News
AP: The Japanese government has said it will support Sony Corp., Sharp Corp. and other domestic companies in joint development of super-thin TVs based on organic light-emitting diodes. The group will aim to develop a 40-inch OLED display sometime after 2015. TVs using OLEDs don’t require a backlight… Read More »Japanese government backs OLED display research
Seattle Post-Intelligencer: After months of rumors, Microsoft researchers are taking the wraps off a prototype that uses an internal projection and vision system to bring a spherical computer display to life. People can touch the surface with multiple fingers and hands to manipulate photos, play games, spin a… Read More »VIDEO: Prototype revealed for Microsoft Surface Sphere
AP: Matsushita Electric, manufacturers of Panasonic products, will begin test production of next-generation displays next year with plans for commercial output as early as 2011, Japan’s top business newspaper reported Tuesday. Matsushita spokesman Akira Kadota confirmed the company was working on OLED development at the plant, but said details… Read More »Matsushita begins work on new OLED display
EE Times: How do you choose a panel technology for a display that’s bigger than the side of a barn? There is only one existing technology that can be tapped to display images large enough for arena use and are viewable even in direct sunlight: the light-emitting diode… Read More »Beijing Olympic Games will use 4,000 square feet of LED screens
Ryan Cahoy, vice president of sales and marketing for Rise Vision, answers the question: “Are LED tickers considered digital signage and can screens and tickers operate on the same software?” Rise Vision has developed software for screens and LED tickers in numerous locations including universities, financial institutions and… Read More »Ask the Experts: Are LED tickers considered digital signage?
Gizmodo: The promise of an organic light emitting diode (OLED) is that it will eventually become a super-efficient, low-cost light source to replace our archaic dependency on incandescent bulbs and those oh-so-yesterday LCD TVs, among other things. Ultimately, OLEDs were expected to possibly supplant the already efficient LEDs,… Read More »Researchers throw cold water on OLED efficiency rates
CAMBRIDGE, U.K. — Roku BrightSign interactive media players, supplied by the company’s Benelux reseller Visual Hardware Services (VHS), have been selected for a variety of high-profile public exhibits that opened during the summer of 2008. The units provide synchronized still images, sound and video for two exhibits at the… Read More »Roku BrightSign players installed at three new locations
CrunchGear:NEC today announced it has developed a completely sealed LCD screen for use as digital information boards located in train stations and other semi-exposed areas. The prototype is protected against rain, dust, dirt and other dangers. NEC says instead of relying on external air supply, it used a… Read More »NEC develops sealed LCD to combat the elements
BBC: With the newer LCD and plasma screens quickly replacing CRT, many older televisions are being consigned to the trash heap. The latest display technology vying for attention are screens made of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLED) which promise better pictures, lower power consumption and lighter screens. Click to… Read More »The future of OLED, projection displays