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Why can microLED technology can help narrow the energy gap in electronic devices? The first slide shows the battery gap- Ahmed (Intel) has collected data by year showing that power demand of phones far exceeds the power supply level of batteries, creating a "battery gap" which ...

Why can microLED technology help narrow the energy gap in electronic devices?

Researchers at Columbia University and Politecnico di Milano have used an atomically thin material to build a device that can change the color of laser beams. Their microscopic device—a fraction of the size of conventional color converters—may yield new kinds of ultra-small optical circuit chips and advance quantum optics.

Microscopic Color Converters Move Small Laser-Based Devices Closer to Reality

Phosphors or QDs for color conversion in LCD and microLED ? Which will win? This is an evolving technology space to watch. Here, it is shown that phosphor technology is evolving, enabling not just red but also green narrowband color conversation with small particle sizes compatible with microLEDs

Phosphors or QDs for color conversion in LCD and microLED ?

Augmented reality (AR) head-up displays (HUDs) are widely considered to be the future of connected vehicles, but more human-centred studies are needed to assess the impact of AR on the driver while operating a vehicle on public roads, say Cambridge researchers.

Augmented reality head-up displays - navigating the next-gen driving experience

In this episode, we talk about how performance limitations of current microchips are being addressed by utilizing novel materials like graphene and bioinspired designs to address the needs of next generation computing and electronics.

Podcast: Spiderweb Inspired & Graphene Enhanced Microchips

In a discovery that could speed research into next-generation electronics and LED devices, a University of Michigan research team has developed the first reliable, scalable method for growing single layers of hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) on graphene.

Graphene-hBN breakthrough to spur new LEDs, quantum computing

In this episode, we talk about how a radical change in plastic composition can significantly minimize waste when recycling plastics without compromising material properties and a first of its kind smart fabric with customizable properties which serves as the first step towards a whole new market

Podcast: Solution To The Plastic Problem & Smart Fabrics

Featuring "fiber devices" including a large-format display, temperature and ultraviolet sensors, a touch-sensitive input matrix, and even a heart-rate monitor, this foldable fabric is being positioned as a breakthrough for smart homes and the IoT.

A flexible, foldable, highly-integrated "smart fabric" could herald the future of the cuddlier Internet of Things

In this episode, we talk about how embedding information about products can change consumer insight regarding their purchases and the best way to make high quality, affordable, and flexible OLED screens

Podcast: Metadata Embedded Hardware & Flexible OLED Screens

Researchers have developed a 46-inch woven display with smart sensors, energy harvesting and storage integrated directly into the fabric.

Scientists develop fully woven, smart display

Using a modified 3D printer small enough to fit on a desk, a research team has successfully printed a fully-functional OLED display panel with impressive performance and flexibility.

Fully 3D-printed flexbile organic LED display hints at a future of desktop manufacturing

Most of us control light all the time without even thinking about it, usually in mundane ways: we don a pair of sunglasses and put on sunscreen, and close—or open—our window blinds.

Controlling Light with a Material Three Atoms Thick

In this episode, we talk about a blind cane from Stanford University that borrows self-driving tech to increase the mobility of visually-impaired people by 20% as well as an effort from Texas A&M to develop enhanced touchscreens which will enable users to feel textures on their smart devices.

Podcast: The Tesla of Blind Canes

They’re also cheaper, faster and fabricated with an inkjet printer

Stretchy, bendy, flexible LEDs

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