Hisense Expands 4K Laser TV Lineup with L8E and L10E Series at CEDIA
Hisense today announced the launch of two new series of its 4K Ultra HD Smart Laser TV line from 88-inches to 120-inches. The L10E is 100-inches (100L10E) and 120-inches (120L10E) and the L8E is an all-in-one 88-inch laser TV (88L8E) — all of them use blue and red laser diodes. Salamander Designs will be launching […]
Is Delta Displays Smart Enough to Pull it Off – Or Has It Already?
You are likely using a Delta Displays projector — or have recently. But I’ll bet you that you didn’t even know it. How’s this possible? Well, they are one of the largest OEMs of projectors in the world. They have made projectors for Hitachi, NEC, Christie, Barco, BenQ (even though no one know this, it’s […]
Texas Instruments Unveils Smallest HD DLP Pico Chipset
Today at Mobile World Congress, Texas Instruments released the 0.3” HD Tilt & Roll Pixel (TRP) DLP Pico chipset, its smallest, most power-efficient micro-mirror array. This chipset can generate high-definition (HD) displays from compact electronics, including tablets, smartphones, accessories, wearable displays, augmented reality displays, interactive surface computing, digital signage and control panels. The new 0.3” […]
Texas Instruments DLP – The Interview
Gary Kayye caught up with Texas Instruments’ Dave Duncan, manager of front projection & DLP cinema and DLP products, today at the Integrated Systems Europe show and he filled us in on what’s going on now with DLP and how they see themselves in the market. Dave addressed some tough questions from Gary, including what […]
10 Years Ago This Week: An Improving HomeAV Market in a Weak Economy
I found this article form 10 years ago — it was my wrap-up piece form attending CEDIA. I thought the observations about what was dominating the show were interesting, but what was more interesting were my comments about the economy. Ten years ago, we also had a bad economy, but HomeAV tech was interesting enough, […]
Texas Instruments Demos DLP-Based Multi-Touch Prototype
At last week’s InfoComm, Texas Instruments unveiled new technology advancements that will make seamless interactivity a reality for projection and display. DLP’s multitouch technology prototype claims to let customers turn any surface into a fully interactive touch screen for multiple users. “It’s no longer enough to be able to simply view content, consumers expect to […]
Could Texas Instruments Integrating SpinetiX’s DS Player into the DLP Engine?
According to SpinetiX, Texas Instruments chip division intends to integrate their Hyper Media player technology into future microprocessors aimed for 3rd-party flat panel and projector systems deemed worthy of digital signage applications. The recent joint announcement doesn’t specifically address the DLP division and what they intend to do with the microprocessors, but sources tell rAVe […]