Samsung presents a foldable mobile screen that’s thin as paper

Showing a phone with a flexible screen, Samsung is hinting at a day when we could bend our big phone or tablet screens like they were cards. The Korean electronics company gave a preview of such a device during a keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. …

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Nikon D600 teardowns reveal Sony sensor, LCD screen that’s hard to replace

Yesterday we featured a photographer’s DIY teardown of the Nikon D700, offering a glimpse into the guts of the camera. It was interesting, but a bit outdated since the camera’s release in July 2008. iFixit and Chipworks have just completed their own teardowns of a much newer camera: the “entry-level” …

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LCD screen captures light to power devices

UCLA engineers developed an LCD display with built-in photovoltaic polarizers that harvest and recycle energy from ambient light, sunlight, and its own backlight. The energy harvesting polarizer, which in technical terms is called an organic polarizing photovoltaic, has the potential to improve the function of an LCD display by simultaneously …

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Information about the 27 “iMac LCD screen (it’s nowhere else but here)

Yes, incredibly, it worked perfectly! Thanks a million to one. Here are two photos that show my original (i.e. newer) C2 (LM270WQ1) (BLACK type of socket on the controller board) which comes from august 2010, iMac quad 2.93 8go (Note that you can see this black socket (it has two …

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Pixel Qi sells DIY kits to convert your LCD screen to electronic ink

Mary Lou Jepson’s Hybrid Computer Display combines the best aspects of laptop and e-reader displays. John B. Carnett Good news for anyone trying to read this text: Pixel Qi plans to ship its 3Qi technology in an easy-to-install DIY kit towards the end of the second quarter of this year. …

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The LCD screen can recognize what is happening in front of it

Through Colin Barras Video: The screen sees in 3D An everyday LCD screen has been modified to “see” the world in front of it in 3D. This means that a viewer can control objects on the screen by waving their arms in the air without touching the screen, let alone …

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