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Micro Laser Projection Displays for Mobile Phones

Mark Peters : 2006-06-06 23:04:30
Micro Laser Projection Displays for Mobile Phones : Microvision will be showcasing at the Society of Information Display's conference in San Francisco, several exciting scanned beam display products and concepts including a demonstrator of its miniature projection display, called PicoP. The company will be exhibiting in booth number 214. PicoP, based on the company's Integrated Photonics Module (IPM) display platform, is being designed to be embedded inside portable mobile devices such as cell phones and PDAs to add a "big screen" projection experience to mobile applications. The company expects that its OEM customers may also design the IPM capability into emerging industrial, consumer, automotive and military display products.


Sony DVD Walkman and Portable Cinema player

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-05-24 00:02:00
Sony DVD Walkman and Portable Cinema player : New DVD Walkman And A ‘Portable Cinema’ Expand Sony Visual Mobile Player RangeSony has created two new and utterly distinctive portable DVD players for enjoying the very best in entertainment on the go. Barely larger than a standard DVD case, the ultra-compact Sony D-VE7000S DVD Walkman is the ultimate go-anywhere player. The slimline tablet design is compact, lightweight and extremely stylish, which makes it equally comfortable in a business class lounge or a quiet corner of a beachfront bar. The Sony D-VE7000S is sold fully accessorised with headphones and a speaker cradle, and an optional car kit also makes it easy to entertain the kids during long road trips.


Samsung Hybrid Hard Drive Prototype unveiled

Mark Peters : 2006-05-18 11:25:59
Samsung Hybrid Hard Drive unveiled : Samsung, the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced that it is exhibiting the first commercial prototype of a Hybrid Hard Disk (HHD), the much-anticipated next generation hard drive for notebooks and PCs that integrates NAND flash memory with rotating magnetic storage. The HHD will be exhibited with two cache densities, 128MB and 256MB, at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) in the Seattle, WA Conference Center. "We see the HHD as the most advanced and cost-effective means of improving the performance of a notebook computer's storage functionality," said Jon Kang, senior vice president, technical marketing group, Samsung Semiconductor.


Noise Reduction control with Unaxis Optics

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-05-14 00:10:00
Noise Reduction control with Unaxis Optics : Unaxis Optics, the global leader in optical component solutions for projection displays, announces the innovation of the new SilentWheel Mini. SilentWheel Mini joins the Unaxis Optics ColorWheel line-up and is ideal for use in small front projector applications. SilentWheelMini is used for any sequential color management in multimedia projection systems such as Digital Light Processing (DLP(R)) technology. It fascinates by its superior noise reduction - a feature especially appreciated in consumer products. On top of the great improvements in noise reduction, its high quality level at a very good price-benefit ratio is guaranteed.


Sony LocationFree wireless home entertainment

Mark Peters : 2006-05-08 15:31:00
Sony LocationFree wireless home entertainment : LocationFree is a completely new way of seeing TV. Instead of going to the television set, the TV comes to you by redirecting your local TV shows to wherever even if you don’t have a TV with you. Even when you’re not at home, LocationFree makes sure what used to be called ‘home’ entertainment stays with you. This revolutionary Sony innovation is the first of its kind to become available in the UK and Europe. With LocationFree, you can watch live TV, play back recorded programmes and even set up future recordings, all from a PC, laptop or PSP (PlayStation Portable) system. Built-in wireless technology gives you the freedom of your own home (and garden), and the Internet does the rest.


Hitachi Maxell develops optical storage technology

Mark Peters : 2006-05-08 15:30:00
Hitachi Maxell develops optical storage technology : Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. has developed an optical storage technology "stacked volumetric optical discs (SVOD)" that can boost per-volume capacity by using a film-type disc medium with a thickness of 92 μm. The prototyped disc is a recordable disc with a diameter of 12 cm which is equivalent to that of DVDs. It includes two 92 μm thick disc media that are bonded with each other, and the capacity on both sides totals 9.4 GB. Based on the new technology, the company has succeeded in the development of a high-capacity optical storage system having 940 GB by accommodating 100 newly developed discs in a dedicated cartridge (thickness: 6.5 cm; width: 13.3 cm; depth: 16.1 cm).


Inventor Liquid Crystal Display Trailblazer honored

Mark Peters : 2006-05-04 23:00:00
Inventor Liquid Crystal Display Trailblazer honored : James Fergason just wanted to know if his thermal sensor was actually working. In 1958, the young researcher at Westinghouse Research Laboratories began experimenting with liquid crystals and ended up paving the way for innovations ranging from forehead thermometers to mood rings, digital watches to computer monitors, and 3D video systems to flat-panel televisions. Fergason, who holds more than 130 U.S. patents and more than 500 foreign patents, is being honored today with the $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize, the largest cash prize given in the United States for invention. The award will be given during a private ceremony at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.


Fujifilm Real Photo Technology cuts through noise

Mark Peters : 2006-05-02 23:47:35
Fujifilm Real Photo Technology cuts through noise : Not happy with the quality of your digital pictures? It just might be too "noisy" in your digital camera. Fortunately, there is a new system from Fujifilm that reduces image noise, letting point-and-shoot camera users capture moments as their eyes see them, leading to more natural, life-like images under a wider variety of shooting conditions, even low light. The system is Real Photo Technology and it is found in Fujifilm's FinePix V10, now available, and the FinePix F30, shipping to retailers this month. Everybody knows that "noise" is an unpleasant or unwanted sound, but "noise" also is a pattern of flecks, blotches, or color spots that mar the quality of digital pictures.






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