Tag Archives: Display technology

01Mar/21

Sales Soars by 325% : Hisense Believes Laser TV is a Future Trend

Covid-19 speeds technology adoption and a remarkable surge appears in daily screen time. According to Omdia, global TV market sales in 2020 slightly increased over the year. A significant part of the growth comes from large screen TVs. Since launching the world’s first laser TV in 2014, Hisense (SSE: 600060) has strived to lead the innovation of laser display technology. In 2020, Hisense laser TV sales increased 325% overseas (Data source: Hisense Internal Report). Global TV players, such as Samsung and LG, have also joined in this potential market. Continue reading

11Jan/21

TCL Reaffirms its Pioneering in Global TV Industry by Unveiling 2021 Mini LED, QLED and 4K HDR TVs at CES 2021

HONG KONG, Jan. 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — TCL Electronics (1070.HK), one of the dominant players in the global TV industry and a leading consumer electronics company, showcased its newest Mini LED, QLED and 4K HDR TVs under its forward-looking AI x IoT strategy at CES 2021. Continue reading

31Oct/16

Smart glass taps into beer drinker’s data

A “smart” drinking glass embedded with a microchip gathers data on drinker preferences for beverage companies, with the customer offered perks and promotions in exchange.

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07Dec/15

Finnish optical display could rival Google Glass

The era of bulky, geeky-looking smartglasses might be over. Developers in Finland have created a thin display that fits into ordinary eyewear.

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24May/15

Eye-tracking tech makes virtual reality hands-free

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK / JAPAN (REUTERS / FOVE) – The days of using your hands to play video games could be in the past.

Called FOVE, this headset uses advanced eye tracking to provide the wearer with an immersive and completely hands-free virtual reality.
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30Apr/15

Energy-harvesting ‘tree’ can power electronics

Finnish company develops an energy harvesting ‘tree’ capable of powering smart phones and other devices. Its production technique can also be used to make sheets of smart organic light-emitting diodes on a large scale.
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