Stereolithography (SLA), Digital Light Processing (DLP), and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) are 3 different types of 3D resin printing.
This inkjet printing technology makes it possible to create a transparent protective image that can only be seen using polarized light – such as when using a smartphone screen.
Flexible displays open up new dimension of design opportunities that aren’t possible with rigid glass-based displays.
Plastic substrates for flexible displays are well known for their mechanical benefits such as thinness, lightness and flexibility, but their optical advantages are less cited.
Flexible electronics isn’t a new technology, but it has achieved a remarkable progress over the past years and has become increasingly important to many sectors such as consumer electronics, automotive, retail and healthcare.
The surface area devoted to displays in vehicle interiors is growing rapidly driven by increased vehicle automation and connectivity.
The automotive industry is increasingly one of the biggest adopters of new display technologies.
You’re almost certainly reading this blog on a display, which is likely to consist of millions of pixels, each capable of displaying around a million colours.
Head-mounted devices for virtual and augmented reality come in different shapes and sizes from the minimal Google Glass to the fully immersive HTC vive. At it’s core, head-mounted displays (HMDs) consist of two primary structural elements: optics and image displays.